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Full text of "The Imperial combination code for mining, company promoting, financial and stock exchange puposes."

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COMBINATION 

CODE. 

(RUBBER EDITION) 






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IMPERIAL COMBINATION CODE. 



CERTIFICATE. 

The Telegraph Administrations of the United Kingdom, 
France and Germany, in accordance with the charge assigned 
to them by the International Telegraph Union, have examined 
in the name of the Union the Code entitled 

IMPERIAL COMBINATION CODE. 

They certify that although a certain proportion of the 
expressions in the said Code give rise to difficulty in pro- 
nunciation, the Code must be considered, on the whole, as 
conforming to the conditions fixed by paragraph 2 of Article VIII 
of the International Regulations. 



On behalf of the Telegraph Administrations of the United 
Kingdom, France and Germany. 



(Signed) E. W. FAENALL. 



General Post Office, 
London, 

31st July, 1913. 



RUBBER EDITION. 

NOTE. — The Cipher Words used in this Code are taken, by permission, from 
Whitelaw's one thousand millions of pronounceable words, which are strictly copyright, 
and which, since the new facility has come into force, have been regularly and 
correctly transmitted by the Cable Companies. 



t^^ 3^12 Telephone: CENTRAL 656. |- ENTERED AT 

Cablegrams &. Telegrams: '• BROOM HALL, LONDON." L.STATIONERS' HALL. 

The Imperial 
Combination Code 

FOR 

MINING, COMPANY PROMOTING, FINANCIAL 

AND 

STOCK EXCHANGE PURPOSES. 

COMPILED J3Y 

Edu>ai?d Bant? on Bnoom 

AUTHOR OF \ V 

" Broomha/I's Comprehensive Cipher Cpde," 

"The Standard Shipping Code, 19 #> 

A i\ / 

" TlfeyAfbitrage Code" 

AND OF \«^ V 

EIGHTY-NINE DISTINCT PRIVATE TELEGRAPHIC CODES 

i 

CONSTRUCTED FOR ' 

THE PRINCIPAL BRITISH AND FOREIGN BANKS. COMPANIES AND FIRMS. 



imblistieb bit 

E. B. BROOM HALL, 

30, WALBROOK. LONDON, E.C.4, 
EN GL AN D. 




PREFACE TO THE RUBBER EDITION. 



A CONSIDERABLE number of the Imperial Combination Code has been sold to Companies 
and individuals connected with the Plantation Rubber Industry. As, however, the Code 
contained very few phrases suitable for Rubber, it was considered advisable, in the 
interests of those using the Code for cabling matter connected with Rubber, to reprint a considerable 
portion of the Imperial Code eliminating a number of mining phrases and substituting those 
particularly applicable to Rubber. This has been 'done in the Rubber Edition. These phrases have 
been submitted to and approved of by several of the highest authorities connected with the article. 
The author has therefore every reason to believe that all legitimate requirements have been 
met, but should it be desired to include any private matter, the large number of blank ciphers 
on pages 159, 171, 172, 222 to 227 and elsewhere should prove sufficient for the purpose. 

Various articles of produce cultivated with Rubber have been referred to, particularly in the 

monthly returns on pages 166 to 168. Pepper, in these returns, has been given in lbs., but should 

piculs be preferred the alteration of lbs. to piculs will be sufficient. Should such an alteration be 
made care must be taken that all copies agree. 

This Edition will prove as invaluable to those connected with the promotion of Rubber 
Companies as the General Edition has done to promoters of Gold Mining and kindred 
Companies. 

It will be found that this Code toill pay for itself in a very short time. 

The General Preface on the opposite page will explain the working of the Code. 

The Rubber Edition includes a terminal order to the ciphers employed. 



CROWTHER AND GOODMAN, LIMITED, PRINTERS, 
124, FENCHURCH STREET, LONDON, E.C. 3. 



PREFACE. 



SOME little apology, perhaps, is needed for the introduction of this Code, so many works of this nature being 
before the public, yet in view of the large number subscribed for before publication, it would appear that after all 
a Code arranged as this one is, and by the author of so many well-known and successful codes, will be welcome. 
Unlike most codes, it does not profess to treat on every subject under the sun, a work attempting this must of 
necessity be very imperfect. 

This Code is confined primarily to mining, company prom >ting, financial and stock exchange matters, as well as 
for the verbatim transmission of speeches made at company meetings, reports and other similar subjects. One on the same 
lines for shipping purposes is now in a forward state of preparation. The principle of compilation is very simple. 
Every word likely to be used in commercial telegraphing, it is believed, has been embodied in the Code, and a large number 
of simple sentences run out under their respective headings. Carrying out the principle originated by the author some 
twenty years ago (and which has received the sincere flattery of imitation), the auxiliary verbs with all their Likely 
inflections have been carried out to the extreme. It is believed that no series of simple sentences or combinations of the 
auxiliary verbs has been omitted. 

Over 38,000 half words have been employed, but owing to the arrangement adopted, this number has been 
vastly increased. As a rule the infinitive, past and present participles are given under one cipher word. No mistake can 
take place in deciding which of these forms should be used when read with the context. Should, however there 
be any doubt, provision has been made on page 38 under the ciphers DUHTE to DUJCE to indicate which form 
should be read. The verbs which are in more common use have been run out separately — for example, Buy, Sell, Ac. 
It will be observed that synonymous terms are printed in the Code, but without a cipher, a reference being made 
in the more common forms usually employed. 

The arrangement throughout, excepting in two cases, is strictly alphabetical, the exceptions being " Negotiations" 
and " Returns." It was found undesirable to separate these two in the same way in which the rest of the Code has 
been compiled. All phrases under their leading word have been arranged in strict alphabetical order and unnecessary 
verbiage has been omitted, as iu telegraphing an idea is required to be transmitted, not a number of unnecessary words. 

The cipher words, as will be observed, consist of five letters only, and inasmuch as each combination of five letters 
is pronounceable, the words are equally pronounceable when any two are joined together; they conform in this respect as well 
as in all others to the regulations of the Telegraph Convention of 1903. The author has been most fortunate in receiving 
permission from the proprietor of Whitelaw's one thousand million words to make use of the ciphers therein 
contained. The importance of this concession need hardly be pointed out, as Whitelaw's words have a world-wide 
reputation for safety in transmission and have been compiled with a strict regard to all the regulations issued by 
the Telegraph Convention. 

As already pointed out the ciphers consist of five letters only. Inasmuch as ten letters may be transmitted any 
two of the cipher words of five letters may be read together, consequently any two phrases in this code may be sent in 
one word. Further, as the ten letters thus formed are made-up or artificial words they differ immensely from the 
legitimate words which up to the last Convention were obligatory. This Code therefore may be used in conjunction with 
any other code using legitimate words without fear of misunderstanding. 

The author has specially compiled this, the "Imperial" Code, for use with his other published codes namely, 
Broomhall's Comprehensive Cipher Code, The Standard Shipping Code, The Arbitrage Code and others, and it is strongly 
urged upon purchasers that should they require an ordinary phrase Code for use with this, one of the above-mentioned 
most successful works should be adopted. 

Occasions may occur when only one cipher word of five letters is required, but it is considered far better and far 
safer if in every case ten letters be sent, provision having been made for completing the word of ten letters, the word 
ABABY being allocated for that purpose; this word has no meaning, it simply serves to make a complete one of ten 
letters. There are several reasons why such a course should be adopted, the principal one being that as each word in 
this code will consist of ten letters it makes it all the more distinguishable from words taken from codes using genuine 
words, and mutilations are the more easily traced. 

Examples of the working of this Code are not given here, as a moment's consideration will show that such examples 
may be quite worthless for the purpose of illustrating the usefulness of the work, as there is nothing simpler than to 
compile examples which shall appear to illustrate the work but which have been compiled with the object of fitting in 
with the Code, or even a Code may be compiled with a view of transmitting a message previously picked out. The author 
would prefer that the profuse examples manufactured by others should be taken as a test of this Code, but particularly 
that messages (>i"t already tent in another cod,- and thus mutilated) should be compiled with the aid of the Imperial Code 
and compared with any similar work, regard being had to the purpose for which this work is compiled. 

A Terminational Order of the ciphers employed is bound in with the Code. 

This Terminational Order will be found invaluable for detecting mutilations. 



Note. — The cipher words used in this Code are taken, by permission, from Whitelaw's one thousand millions of 
pronounceable words, which are strictly copyright, and which, since the new facility has come into force, have been regularly 
and correctly transmitted by the Cable Companies. 



NOTE.— Pages 131 to 178, both inclusive, in this Edition differ 
from the same pages in the Imperial Combination Code. 



Abaca — Acena 

ABABY— This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code word of 10 letters. It has no meaning. 



See also Give up 



a 

not a 

Al 

abandon(s) (ed) (ing) (ment) 

notice of abandonment 

abate(s) (d) (ing) 

abatement (of) 

make an abatement 



with abatement of 
abbreviate(s) (d) (ing) (ation) 
abeyance 
in abeyance 
abide (s) (d) (ing) (by) 
ability (is 3) 

able (to) (y) See also Unable 

able to be 

are they (is he, she, it) able to 
„ you able to 
have (has) been able to 
„ they (has he, she, it) been able to 
„ you been able to 
hope shortly to be able to 
„ they (he, she) will be able to 
„ we (I) shall be able to 
„ you will be able to 
if able to 
„ not able to 
„ they are (he, she, it is) able to 

„ „ „ ( , ) not able to 

„ we are (I am) able to 
„ „ „ ( „ ) not able to 
„ you are able to 

, not able to 

may be able to 

„ not be able to 
might be able to 

„ not be able to 
not be able to 
„ been able to 
shall we (I) be able to 
,, (will) be able to 
,, ( „ ) not be able to 
they are (he, she is) able to 

„ „ ( ,, ,, „) not able to 
think they (he, she) will be able to 

„ we shall be able to 
(to) be able to 
we are (I am) able to 
11 .. ( » ) »°* a ble to 

„ do not think that they (lie, she) will be able to 
„ „ „ „ „ we shall be able to 
when do you think they (he, she) will be able to 

„ „ „ „ you will be able to 
will they (he, she, it) be able to 
„ „ ( „ „ „) not be able to 
„ you be able to 
„ „ not be able to 
abnormal (ly) 
abolish (es) (ed) (ing) 
abound(s) (ed) (ing) (in) 
about (to) 
11 a (an) 

„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 
„ either 

„ our(s) (my, mine) 
„ that (those) 
11 the 

„ their(s) (his, hers, its) 
„ them (him, her, it) 
„ this (these) 
„ us (me) 
„ what 
1, which 
„ whom About — c nt. 



abpul 

abpym 

abrik 

abrol 

abrum 

abryn 

absaj 

absek 

absil 

absom 

absun 

absyp 

abtak 

abtel 

abtim 

abton 

abtup 

abtyr 

abuja 

abuke 

abuli 

abupy 

abval 

abvem 

abvin 

abvop 

abvur 

abvys 

abwam 

abwen 

abwip 

abwor 

abwus 

abwyt 

abyra 

abyse 

abyti 

abyxu 

abyzy 

abzan 

abzep 

abzir 

abzos 

abzut 

abzyv 

acabi 

acaco 

acadu 

acafy 

acaga 

acahe 

acbat 

acbev 

acbix 

acboz 

acbub 

acbyc 

accav 

accex 

acciz 

accob 

accuc 

accyd 

acdax 

acdez 

acdib 

acdoc 

acdud 

acdyf 

aceji 

aceko 

acelu 

acemy 

acena 



See Preface. 
About — cunt. 



about whose 

•1 you 

„ your(s) 

„ ( — ) more or less 
at about 
„ or about 
still about 
this is about (the) 
to about 

will probably be about 
above 
above a (an) 

„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 

„ either 

„ our(s) (my, mine) 

„ some 

„ that (those) 

» the 

„ their(s) (his, hers, its) 

„ them (him, her, it) 

„ this (these) 

„ us (me) 

„ which 

„ whose 

11 you 

„ your(s) 
at above (the) 
„ not above (the) 
„ or above 
considerably above 
must be above 

„ not be above 
not above 
slightly above 
still above 
will be above 
„ it be above 
„ not be above 
above-ground 
abridge(s) (d) (ing) (ment) 
abroad 

abrupt (ly) (ness) 
abscond(s) (ed) (ing) 

absence (of) See also Leave of Absence 

during my absence ( — ) will receive and send cables 
in the absence of 
absent (from) (ly) 
will be absent for ( — ) from 
absolute (ly) 
if absolutely 
„ not absolutely 
is it absolutely 
not „ 

absorb(s) (ed) (ing) (by) 
absorption (of) 
abstain^) (ed) (ing) (from) 
abstract(s) (of) (ed) (ing) (from) 
absurd (ly) (ness) (ity) 
abundance (of) 
abundant (ly) 
abuse(s) (d) (ing) 
accede(s) (d) (ing) (to) 
accelerate(s) (d) (ing) (tion) 
accentuate(s) (d) (ing) See Emphasize 

accept(s) (ed) (ing) (from) See also Take 

accept conditionally 

„ if better cannot be done 

„ in full discharge 

„ on account of 

„ „ condition that 

„ „ our Cray) account 

„ ,, terms agreed oa 

„ our (my) 

„ subject to 

„ their (his, her, it) 

Accept (s) (ed) (ing) — cont. 



2 Aoepe — Adhuk 

ABABY — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to coincide a code word of 10 letters. 

Accept(s) (cd) (ing)— cont. 
accept under protest 



„ your 
decline to accept (without) 
do not accept 
if necessary accept 
„ they (he, she) accept (s) 
„ „ ( „ „ ) do not accept 
,, we accept 

pi you „ 

,, ,, do not accept 

may accept 
„ not accept 
„ they (he, she) accept 
„ we (1) accept 
they (he, she) accept(s) 
to accept 
we „ 

what should we accept 
why will they (he, she) not accept 

,, you not accept 
will accept (provided) 
„ not accept (because) 
,, they (he, she) accept (if) 
,, you accept (if) 
accepted at 
,, by 
for 
„ our (my) 
„ their (his, her, it) 
„ under protest 
m your 
if „ 

,, not accepted 

has it (have they) been accepted 
have you accepted 
is it accepted 
not ,, 

what would be accepted 
when accepted 
will be ,, 

„ not be accepted 
advise accepting 

„ not accepting 
and accepting 
before „ 

acceptable (to) (by) (y) (ness) 
acceptance(s) (of) See also Bill, Discount, Dis- 
„ at sight [honour 

n (— ) days' sight 

»> n 3 >• 

II H *5 »» 

•> ti 30 ii 

it 60 „ 

•• 11 9° i» 

„ „ ( — ) months' sight 

I. 3 
» 11 4 >• 

„ 6 
„ „ ( — ) days' date 

„ „ ( — ) months' date 

„ dishonoured 

„ falling due 

for 



h on 

„ payable 

„ refused 

„ returned 

advise cause of non-acceptance 
against acceptance 
do net present for acceptance 
for acceptance 
may we take acceptance of 
1 present for acceptance 
I recommend „ 
I retire acceptance 



A ccef>iance(s) — cont. 



actyv 

acujo 

acuku 

aculy 

acuma 

acupi 

acvap 

acver 

acvis 

acvot 

acvuv 

acvyx 

acwar 

acwes 

acwit 

acwov 

acwux 

acwyz 

acyro 

acysu 

acyty 

acyva 

acyxe 

acyzi 

aczas 

aczet 

acziv 

aczox 

aczuz 

aczyb 

adajy 

adaka 

adale 

adami 

adano 

adapu 

adbax 

adbez 

adbib 

adboc 

adbud 

adbyf 

adceb 

adcod 

adcuf 

adcyg 

addab 

addec 

addid 

addug 

addyh 

adery 

adesa 

adete 

adevi 

adexo 

adezu 

adfac 

adfed 

adfif 

adfog 

adfuh 

adfyj 

adgad 

adgef 

adgig 

adgoh 

adguj 

adgyk 

adhaf 

adheg 

adhih 

adhoj 

adhuk 



It has no meaning. See Prefnea 

Acceptance(s)— cont. 
surrender against acceptance 
take acceptance (of) 
acceptor(s) (of) 
access (to) 

can you obtain access to 
do not allow access to 
you may allow access to ( — ) (by) 
accession (of) 
accessory (ies) (to) 
accident(s) (to) (al) (ally) 
accident caused by 

11 is 

.1 1. not 
cause of accident 
dangerous ,, 
fatal „ 

met with a fatal accident 
„ „ serious „ 
i> slight „ 
serious accident 
slight „ 

what was cause of accident 
acclamation 

accommodate(s) (d) (ing) (with) 
accommodation (of) 
accompany (ies) (ied) (ing) (by) 
accomplish (es) (ed) (ing) 
accordi s) (ed) See Agree, Give 

accordance 

although in accordance with 
and in accordance with 
if in accordance with 
„ not in accordance with 
in accordance with 
is it in accordance with 
not „ „ „ 

according (as) 

ii to 

„ our (my) 

11 11 the 

„ „ their (his, its) 

„ „ them (him, her, it) 

„ „ us (me) 

>i ii you 

11 ii your 

if ii 

„ not according to 
not according to 
accordingly 
account(s) (ed) (ing) (for) See also Capital 

„ are (is) contradictory 

„ believed 

„ correct 

„ current 

„ for half-year 

.1 •! year 

„ from 

„ incorrect 

„ less satisfactory 

„ more „ 

„ not paid 

•1 paid 

„ satisfactory 

„ show(s) credit balance of 

i> 1. debit „ M 

„ unsatisfactory 

and on account of 
annual accounts 
appropriation account 
bad account(s) 
balance of account 
but on account of 
can you account for 
cannot account for 
credit „ (of) Accounts) (ed) (ing) — cont 



Adhyi— Aikup 



debit account (of) Acoount(s) (ed) (ing) — cont. 


adyba 


(for) „ of . 


adyce 


( „ ) „ „ whom it may coucern 


adydi 


( „ ) our (my) account 


adyfo 


( „ ) the account 


adygu 


( „ ) their (his, her) account 


adyhy 


( „ ) your account 


adzav 


half-yearly account (s) 


adzex 


if on account of 


adziz 


in account (with) 


adzob 


„ the account 


adzuc 


it is necessary to specify the special account 


adzyd 


last account 


afaje 


London Office account 


afaki 


next account 


afalo 


no account 


afamu 


not necessary to specify any special account 


afany 


,, on account of 


afapa 


on account (of) 


afbab 


„ „ and risk of 


afbec 


„ „ of owners 


afbid 


(on) joint account 


afbof 


on no account 


afbug 


(on) private account 


afbyh 


on this account 


afcac 


put all the money to account of 


afced 


„ part of the money to account of 


afcif 


receipts and expenditure account 


afcog 


report and accounts 
solely on account of 


afcuh 


afcyj 


some account(s) 


afdad 


special „ 


afdef 


suspense account 


afdig 


take into „ 


afdoh 


that (this) „ 


afduj 


these (those) accounts 


afdyk 


this accounts for 


afere 


to account (for) 


afesi 


account sales 


afeto 


pro forma account sale« 


afexy 


aocountant(s) 


afeza 


chartered accountant(s) 


affaf 


incorporated chartered accountant 


affeg 


accredited (to) 


affih 


accrue (s) (d) (ing) (to) 


affoj 


accumulate (s) (d) (ing) (in) 


affuk 


accumulation(s) (of) 


affyl 


accumulative 


afgag 


accumulator(s) 


afgeh 


accuracy 


afgij 


accurate (ly) 


afyok 


accusation 


afgul 


accuse(s) (d) (ing) (of) 


afgym 


accustom(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 


afhah 


to be accustomed (to) 


afhik 


acknowledge (s) (d) (ing) (by) 


afhol 


acknowledgment(s) (of) 


afhum 


acquaint(s) (ed) (ing) S.v Inform, Know 


afhyn 


acquaintance(s) (of) (with) 


afibe 


acquiesce(s) (d) (ing) See Accede 


afici 


acquire(s) (d) (ing) See Get, Obtain 


afido 


acquit(s) (ted) (ting) 


afifu 


acquittal 


afigy 


acre(s) (of) 


aiiha 


(at) per acre 


afjaj 


acreage 


afjek 


across 


afjil 


„ a (an) 


afjom 


„ our (my) 


afjun 


„ that (those) 


afjyp 


„ the 


afkak 


„ their (his, its) 


afkel 


„ them (him, her, it) 


afkim 


„ this (these) 


afkon 


„ us (me) Across— cont. 


afkup 



across you Across — cont. 

„ your 
act(s) (ed) (ing) (with) See also Caution 

act as instructed immediately 

,, „ you consider best 

„ immediately 

„ in accordance with 

„ of God 

„ to the best of our interests 

„ under the guidance of 

„ without referring to 
cannot act 
decline to act 
declined ,, 
do not act 

,, „ without referring to 
how are we (am I) to act 
if unable to act 

instruct at once by cable if we (I) may act as follows 
it is impossible to act 
(to) act for 
(,,) „ upon 

we (I) leave the matter in your hands to act for the best 
acted immediately 
have acted advisedly 

„ unadvisedly 

why have you acted in this manner 
„ „ not acted as requested 

before acting 

„ await instructions 

who is acting for (us, me) 
action(s) 
action against 
decided action 
further „ 

immediate action is necessary 
actionable 
active (ly) 
more active 
not so „ 
very „ 
activity 
actual (ly) 
actuarial 
actuary (ies) 
acute (ly) (ness) 
adapt(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 
adaptable (to) 
add(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 
addendum (a) 
addition(s) (al) 
and in addition (to) 
in addition to 

, that 

n it ii these 

•• ii ii this 
is this in addition (to) 
not in addition (to) 
this is in addition (to) 
address (es) (ed) (ing) (to) 
address c/o 

„ (us) me Post Office( — ) until advised (or for — ) 
„ unknown 
left no address 
their (his, her) address is 
what is the address 
where shall we address 
Adelaide 
adequate (ly) (to) 
adhereis) (d) (ing) (to) 
adherence (to) 
adit(s) 
above adit 
adit has been 
„ „ cut Adit(s)—<ont. 



4 Afkyr— Agsib 

ABABY — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to compute a code word of 10 tetters. 

Adit(s)— co»/ 
adit has cut reef ( — ) feet below outcrop 
„ now in 



„ passing through 

„ will have to be 
below adit 
continuation of adit 
deep adit 
driving the adit 
from the adit 
length of „ is (— ) feet 
new adit 
old „ 

prospecting adit 
to the adit 

what is length of the adit 
adjacent (ly) (to) 
adjoin(s) (ed) (ing) 
adjourn(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 
adjournment (s) (of) 
adjudicate(s) (d) (ing) (on) 
adjudication (of) 
adjudicator(s) 

adjust(s) (ed) (ing) (to) (er(s)) 
adjustable 
adjustment (s) (of) 
administer(s) (ed) (ing) 
administration(s) 
administrative 
administrator(s) (trix) (of) 
Admiral(s) 
British Admiral 
Admiralty- 
British Admiralty 
First Lord of the Admiralty 
admissible 
admission(s) 

admit(s) (ted) (ting) (tedly) (that) 
do not admit 
must admit (that) 
they (he, she) admit(s) (that) 
we admit (that) 
you „ ( „ ) 

„ must admit nothing until hearing from us 
it is admitted (that) 

,,. not admitted (that) 
admittance (to) 

admonish (es) (ed) (ing) See Reprimand 

adopt(s) (ed) (ing) 
adoption (of) 
adult(s) 

adulterate (s) (d) (ing) 
adulteration (of) 
ad valorem 
advance (s) (d) (ing) (to) 
a gradual advance 
„ rapid advance 
„ slight „ 

advance(s) (d) (ing) against 
„ caused by 

II in 

M Of 

ii on 

„ probable 

cannot advance 
caused an advance 
consider advance due to 
do not advance (over) 
expect an advance 
in advance 
may advance up to 
„ we advance 
must not advance 
not expected to advance 
to advance 
„ what extent may we advance 

Advance® (<f) {ing) — cont. 



agazu 

agbaf 

agbeg 

agbih 

agbuk 

agbyl 

agcag 

agceh 

agcij 

agcul 

agcym 

agdah 

agdik 

agdum 

agdyn 

ageca 

agede 

agefi 

agehu 

agfaj 

agfek 

agfil 

agfun 

agfyp 

aggak 

aggel 

aggira 

aggup 

aggyr 

aghal 

aghem 

aghin 

aghur 

aghys 

agijy 

agika 

agilz 

agirni 

agipu 

agjam 

agjen 

agjip 

agjus 

agjyt 

agkan 

agkep 

agkir 

agkut 

agkyv 

aglap 

agler 

aglis 

agiuv 

aglyx 

agmar 

agmes 

agrnit 

agmux 

agnet 

agnyb 

agora 

agose 

agoti 

agozy 

agpat 

agpev 

agpix 

agpub 

agpyc 

agrav 

agrex 

agruc 

agryd 

agsax 

a-isib 



// has no weaning. See Preface. 
Advancs(s) (d) (ing; 
what is the cause of the advance 
will advance 
„ „ ( — ) on condition that 
„ not advance 
„ probably advance 
advanced by 
„ for 

„ them (him, her, it) 
„ us (me) 

•• you 

and then advanced 
advancing on 
advancement 
advantage(s) (of) (d) (ing) 
cannot see the advantage (of) 
for mutual advantage 
„ (to) our (my) advantage 
„ ( „ ) the advantage of 
„ („) their (his, her) advantage 
»» ( ii ) your advantage 
future advantage 
great „ 

if there is a decided advantage 
„ ,, an advantage however small 

„ „ no advantage 

is there any advantage to be gained 
little advantage 
no advantage 

„ ,, is to be gained 

of 

„ great advantage 
present „ 
see no „ (in) 

something to our advantage 

„ „ their (his, her) advantage 

„ „ your advantage 

take(s) (n) (ing) advantage of 
that (those) advantage(s) 
this (these) „ 

„ gives an advantage to 
to advantage 
„ the best advantage 
(to) have the advantage of 
(„ ) our mutual advantage 
will be an advantage 

,, not be an advantage 
with advantage 

„ equal advantage(s) 
without advantage 

„ equal advantage(s) 
advantageous (to) (ly) (ness) 
do not think it advantageous (to) 
if advantageous (to) 
,, not advantageous (to) 
think it advantageous (to) (from) 
adverse (ly) (to) 
strongly adverse (to) 
advertise(s) (d) (ing) 
advertisement(s) 
advertiser(s) 
advice(s) (of) 
absence of your advices 
according to advices received 
acting under advice (of) 
advices are less encouraging 

„ „ more „ 

„ „ satisfactory 

„ „ unsatisfactory 

„ duly received 

„ from 
are advices reliable 
await advices 

„ further advices (from us) 
awaiting advices (before acting) 
cancel advices Advice®— cont. 



Agsud— Ahwag 



agsnd 

agsyf 

agteb 

agtic 

agtuf 

agtyg 

aguba 

aguce 

agudi 

agugu 

aguhy 

agvab 

agvec 

agvid 

agvug 

agvyh 

agwac 

agwed 

agwif 

agwuh 

agwyj 

agyja 

agyke 

agyli 

agynu 

agypy 

agzad 

agzef 

agzig 

agzuj 

agzyk 

ahari 

ahaso 

ahatu 

ahavy 

ahaxa 

ahaze 

ahbaj 

ahbek 

ahbil 

ahboin 

ahbun 

ahbyp 

ahcak 

ahcel 

ahcim 

ahcon 

ahcup 

ahcyr 

ahdal 

ahdem 

ahdin 

ahdop 

ahdur 

ahdys 

ahebi 

aheco 

ahedu 

ahefy 

ahega 

ahehe 

ahfam 

ah fen 

ahfip 

ahfor 

ahfus 

ahfyt 

ahgan 

ahgep 

ahgir 

ahgos 

ahgut 

ahgyv 

ahhuv 

abbyx 



favourable advice (s) 

for want of advice 

good advice 

latest advices (are) 

legal advice 

no advices to hand 

pending receipt of your advices 

reject advice 

since last advices 

unfavourable advices 

verbal advice 

what are your advices from 

advisability (of) 

advisable (to) (y) 

„ not to 

consider advisable (to) 

„ it not advisable (to) 
do you consider it advisable (to) 
if advisable (to) 
,, „ not (to) 
is it advisable (to) 
what do you consider advisable (to) 
advise(s) (d) (ing) (to) 
advise agent(s) 

„ all parties 

„ Head Office 

„ those interested 

„ (s) not (to) 

„ (s) them (him, her) (to) 

„ (s) „ ( „ ) not (to) 

„ (s) „ ( „ ) of the sama 

„ (s) us (me) (to) 

» (s) „ ( „ ) not (to) 

„ (s) you (to) 

„ (s) „ not (to) 
cannot advise you 

„ „ „ ; use your own judgment 
do not advise 
„ they (does he, she) advise (to) 



Advice(s) — cunt. 



you advise (to) 
„ „ not to 



not to 

them (him, her) not to 

„ ( „ ) (to) 
us (me) not to 
„ ( „ ) (to) 
you not to 

„ (to) 



„ „ „ them (him, her) not to 

, >. ( .. ) (to) 

„ „ „ us (me) not to 
„ „ „ ., ( „ ) (to) 
if they (he, she) advise (to) 
.. » ( » ) » not (to) 
„ „ do (he, she does) not advise (to) 
„ you advise (to) 
„ „ „ not (to) 
„ „ do not advise (to) 
most strongly advise you (to) 

„ „ „ „ not to 

they (he, she) advise(s) (to) 
we (I) advise (to) 
what do they (does he, she) advise 

„ ,, you advise 
which (whom) they (he, she) a'.vise (to) 

»» ( >» ) w e (I) advise (to) 

„ ( „ ) you advise (to) 
you advise 
are advised not to 
» » , to 

have advised 

„ not advised 

» you „ 
if they are (he, she is) advised not to 

•I ii ii I if n ) ii to 

Advise(t) {d) {ing) — cent, 



ahiji 

ahiko 

ahilu 

ahimy 

ahina 

ahipe 

ahjar 

ahjes 

ahjit 

ahjov 

ahjux 

ahjyz 

ahkas 

ahket 

ahkiv 

ahkox 

ahkuz 

ahkyb 

ahlat 

ahlev 

ahlix 

ahloz 

ahlub 

ahlyc 

ahmav 

ahmex 

ahmiz 

ahmuc 
ahmyd 

ahnax 

ahnez 
ahnib 

ahnud 

ahnyf 

ahoro 

ahosu 

ahoty 

ah ova 

ahoxe 

ahozi 

ahpaz 

ahpeb 

ahpic 

ahpuf 

ahpyg 

ahrab 

ahrec 

ahrid 

ahrug 

ahryh 

ahsac 

ahsed 

ahsif 

ahsuh 

ahsyj 

ahtad 

ahtef 

ahtig 

ahtuj 

ahtyk 

ahtibo 

ahucu 

ahudy 

ahufa 

ahuge 

ahuhi 

ahvaf 

ahveg 

ahvih 

ahvuk 

ahvyl 

ahwag 



Sec Declare, Maintain 

See also Rep)> 
See Attach 

See Offend 



Advise(s) (d) (Ing)— com 
if we are (I am) advised not to 
„ ,. n ( ... ) >, to 
„ you „ advised not to 
„ „ ., ,. to 
as at present advised 

„ previously „ 

keep us daily advised by telegram 
„ ., ,, .. of any change 

„ „ well „ „ 
privately advised 
unless otherwise advised 
advisedly 
adviser(s) 

advocate(s) (d) (ing) 
aerial 
affair(s) 
another affair 

in that „ 

„ this „ 

aflect(s) (ed) (ing) (by) 

somewhat affects 

very seriously affects 

affection (ate) (ately) 

affidavit(s) 

afflliate(s) (d) (ing) (with) 

affiliation (of) 

affinity (to) 

affirm(s) (ed) (ing) 

affirmation 

affirmative (ly) 

affix (es) (ed) (ing) (to) 

afford(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 

affront(s) (ed) (ing) 

afloat 

afraid (of) 

need not be afraid (that) 

we are (I am) afraid (that) 

afresh 

Africa (n) (nder) 

East Africa(n) 

from East Africa 

in „ „ 

German East Africa 

„ South West Africa 

„ West Africa 
Portuguese East Africa 
„ West Africa 
North Africa(n) 
South „ 
for South Africa 
from „ „ 
>a m n 
to „ „ 
West Africa(n) 
from West Africa 
»n m » 

after 

„ a (an) 

„ about 

„ all 

„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 

„ each 

,, our(s) (my, mine) 

„ that (those) 

„ their(s) (his, hers, its) 

„ them (him, her) 

„ they (he, she, it) 

„ this (these) 

„ us (me) 

„ we (I) 

„ what 

„ which 

„ whom 

„ whose 

„ you After— con. 



Ah weh — A kgib 



after y.ur(s) 


After — cont. 


ajocy 


if they (he, she) agree (to) Agree(s) (d) (ing)— cont. 


just after 




ajofe 


„ this is impossible we agree to 


long „ 




ajogi 


,, we ( I) agree (to) 


not „ 




ajpef 


» „ (ii) >, not to 


after-damp 




ajpig 


„ „ („) do not agree 


afternoon 




ajpuj 


„ you agree (to) 


afterthought 




ajpyk 


,, „ „ not to 


afterwards 




ajreg 


„ „ do not agree (to) 


again 




ajrih 


quite agree (to) 


„ as soon as 




ajruk 


shall we (I) agree (to) 


„ „ „ possible 




ajryl 


they (he, she, it) agree(s) (to) 


„ if possible 




ajseh 


„ do (he, she does) (will) not agree (to) 


not again 




ajsij 


unable to agree (to) 


against 




ajsul 


we (I) agree (with) (to) 


„ a (an) 




ajsym 


„ („) do (will) not agree (with) (to) 


„ all 




ajuju 


will agree (to) 


„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 


ajuky 


„ „ not (to) 


„ each 




ajula 


„ they (he, she) agree (to) 


„ either 




ajume 


ii ii ( » ) n not to 


„ every (everyone) 




ajvek 


„ you agree (to) 


„ our (my) 




ajvil 


„ „ „ not to 


„ some 




ajvun 


„ „ not agree (to) 


„ that (those) 




ajvyp 


you agree (to) 


„ the 




ajwak 


,, do not agree (to) 


„ their (his, her, its) 




ajwel 


agreed conditionally 


„ them (him, it) 




ajwim 


„ not to 


„ this Uhese) 




ajwup 


„ that 


„ us (me) 




ajwyr 


„ to by 


„ what 




ajyru 


„ „ them (htm, her) 


„ which 




ajysy 


„ „ us (me) 


„ whom 




ajyta 


ii ii you 


„ whose 




ajyve 


as agreed (to) 


ii you 




ajyxi 


finally agreed (to) 


your 




ajzem 


have agreed to our (my) 


(— ) only 




ajzin 


„ „ their (his, her, it) 


age(s) (d) (ing) 




ajzur 


„ ,, your 


agency (ies) 




ajzys 


„ they (has he, she) agreed to 


mercantile agency 




akaba 


„ you agreed to 


agenda 




akace 


if they (he, she) agreed to 


on the agenda 




akadi 


„ you agreed to 


agent(s) (for) 




akafo 


is it agreed (to) 


act as agent(s) 




akagu 


it is agreed to by all parties 


acting as agent (s) 




akahy 


not agreed (to) 


agent-general (of) (for) 




akbar 


what was agreed (to) 


agent (s) at 




akbes 


agreeable (y) (to) 


appoint(ed) agent(s) 




akbit 


agreeably to a (an) 


chief agent 




akbov 


„ „ our (my) 


Crown agent(s) 




akbux 


ii ii the 


inform agents 




akbyz 


„ „ their (his, her) 


local agent(s) 




akcas 


„ ,, this (these) 


London agent(s) 




akcet 


ii ,, your 
agreements) (with) 


our agent (s) 




akciv 


their (his, her) agent(s) 




akcox 


according to agreement 


your agent(s) 




akcuz 


agreement can be terminated after first year on (— ) notice and pay- 


aggravate(s) (d) (by) (ing) (ingly) 


akcyb 


„ confirmed [ment of (— ) cash 


aggregate (ly) 




akdat 




, does not provide for 


in the aggregate 




akdev 




, has been made In name requested (or in uame of) 


aggressive (ness) (ly) 




akdix 




, is cancelled 


agitate(s) (d) (ing) (for) 




akdoz 




, made 


agitation 




akdub 




, may be cancelled 


agitator (s) 




akdyc 




, not confirmed 


ago 




akeja 




, „ made 


agree(s) (d) (ing) (with) 


See also Consent, Per- 


akeke 




„ signed 


,, U (») ( ,. ) not to 


[mission, Sanction 


akeli 




, provides for 


,, (,,) („) ( » ) to 




akemo 




, signed 


„ („) to the conditions n 


amed 


akenu 




, will be cancelled unless 


„ with them (him, her) 




akfav 




, „ not be cancelled if 


„ „ us (me) 




akfex 


assent to agreement 


» n you 




akfiz 


before entering into any agreement 


cannot agree until we receive 


further details 


akfob 


clause of agreement 


do not agree 




akfuc 


confirm the agreement 


„ they (does he, she) agree 


(to) 


akfyd 


delete from „ 


ii it ( ,, ., ) not ag 


ree (to) 


akgax 


do not sign agreement 


„ you agree (to) 




akgez 


„ you confirm the agreement 


„ „ not agree (to) 


Agreed) (d) (ing) — cont. 


akgib 


enter Into an agreement on our (my) account on terms agreed on 










Agreements) — cont. 



Akgoe— iilkag 



in agreement with Agreement(s) — cont. 


akwan 


allow you (to) Allow(s) (ed) (ing)— cont. 


insert in agreement 


akwep 


may we allow 


is agreement confirmed 


akwir 


must allow 


n ii signed 


akwos 


„ not allow 


no agreement 


akwut 


so as to allow them (him, her, it) (to) 


not according to agreement 


akwyv 


„ „ us (me) (to) 


on signing agreement 


akyre 


„ „ you (to) 


our (my) „ 


akysi 


to allow 


provisional „ 


akyto 


will allow (as, me) (to) 


refer(ring) to „ 


akyvu 


„ not allow 


sign agreement 


akyxy 


if allowed (to) 


their (his, her) agreement 


akyza 


„ not allowed (to) 


try to come to an agreement 


akzap 


allowing them (him, her, it) (to) 


verbal agreement 


akzer 


„ us (me) (to) 


under agreement(s) in your possession (dated — ) 


akzis 


„ you (to) 


written agreement 


akzot 


allowance(s) (of) See also Concession 


your agreement 


akzuv 


additional allowance (of) 


agriculture (al) 


akzyx 


advisable to make an allowance (of) 


President of the Board of Agriculture 


alaju 


agree to the allowance 


ahead 


alala 


allowance asked for is 


aid(s) (ed) (ing) (by) 


alame 


„ demanded is unreasonable 


aim(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 


alani 


„ for 


air (y) 


alapo 


„ made (of) 


air connections 


albav 


,, offered is 


„ in mine is 


a Ibex 


,, ,, inadequate 


„ ways 


albiz 


claim (an) allowance (of) 


alarm(s) (ed) (ing) (ingly* 


albob 


demand (s) large allowance 


alias (es) 


albuc 


every allowance 


alien(s) 


albyd 


fair „ 


alienate(s) (d) (ing) (from) 


alcax 


large „ 


alike 


alcez 


make a reasonable allowance 


all 


alcib 


„ „ small allowance 


.. but 


alcoc 


„ no allowance (for) 


„ „ not part 


alcud 


may we make an allowance 


„ for 


alcyf 


no allowance 


„ from 


aldaz 


short allowance 


ii or 


aldeb 


small „ 


„ „ none 


aldic 


some „ 


n n part 


aldod 


„ „ should (must) be made 


„ our(s) (my, mine) 


alduf 


(to) make allowance for 


., right 


aldyg 


unadvisable to make an allowance 


„ round 


alesy 


what allowance is demanded 


„ such 


aleve 


„ „ shall we make 


„ that (those) 


alezo 


„ „ will be made 


n the 


alfab 


alloy(s) (of) 


„ their(s) (his, her(s), its) 


alfec 


what is the alloy 


„ they (he, she, it) 


alfid 


allude(s) (d) (ing) (to) 


„ this (these) 


— 


allure See Tempt 


„ we (I) 


alfof 


allusion(s) (to) 


„ were 


alfug 


alluvial 


„ which 


alfyh 


alluvial contains 


ii you 


algae 


„ deposits 


„ your(s) 


alged 


„ extends 


not all 


algif 


„ ground 


allegation(s) (of) 


algog 


„ „ , sluicing proposition 


alle*e(s) (d) (ing) (that) 


alguh 


„ „ must be subject to thorough test 


alliance (with) 


al gyj 


„ looks 


allocate(s) (d) (ing) (to) 


alhad 


„ will not pay 


allot(s) (ted) (ting) (to) 


alhef 


•i » pay 


,,(,,)(,.) by 


alhig 


„ workings 


allotted at average of 


alhoh 


area of alluvial ( — ) acres 


total allotted 


alhuj 


„ „ ( — ) „ with ( — ) feet depth 


allotment(s) (of) See also Shares 


alhyk 


cost of working alluvial 


after allotment 


alibu 


depth of alluvial ( — ) feet 


allotment closed 


alida 


if alluvial 


„ not yet closed 


alife 


large deep alluvial scheme 


„ note(s) 


aligi 


of alluvial 


before allotment 


aliho 


payable alluvial 


letter(s) of allotment 


aljaf 


poor alluvial 


on allotment 


aljeg 


rich „ 


pro rata allotment 


aljih 


test of „ gives 


allow(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 


aljoj 


what is alluvial worth 


allow nothing 


aljuk 


„ ,, extent of the alluvial 


„ tbem (him, her, it) (to) 


aljyl 


„ would be the cost of dredging the alluvial 


„ u» (me) (to) Allow(s) (ed) (ing)— cont. 


alkag 


working the alluvial 



„ at 

» by 

„ during 

„ for 

„ from 

„ if 
„ in 

„ of 

„ on (upon) 
„ our(s) (my, mine) 
„ since 
„ that (those) 
ii the 

„ their(s) (his, hers, its) 
„ they (he, she, it) 
„ this (these) 
„ till (until) 
„ to 
„ we (I) 
„ when 
„ whenever 
„ which 
„ with 
„ without 
„ you 
„ your(s) 
alter(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 
try to alter 
alteration(s) (of) 
alterations are agreed to 

„ „ not agreed to 

any alterations 

do you authorise the alteration (s) 
expect an alteration 

ii no 
is there any alteration 
no alteration 

what alteration would you suggest 
alternate(s) (d) (ing) (ly) (with) 
alternative (ly) (to) 
what is the alternative 
or alternatively 
alternator(s) 
although 

•i a (an) 
„ about 
„ above 
„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 

at 
„ before 
„ below 
ii by 

„ down 
„ during 
„ either 

every (everybody, everything) 
., for Although— toni. 



alzix 

alzoz 

alzub 

alzyc 

amaji 

amako 

amalu 

amamy 

amana 

ambac 

ambif 

ambuh 

ambyj 

amcef 

amcig 

amcuj 

amcyk 

amdaf 

amdeg 

amdih 

amduk 

amdyl 

ameri 

ameso 

ametu 

amevy 

amexa 

ameze 

amfeh 

amfij 

amful 

amfym 

amgah 

amgik 

amgyn 

amhaj 

amhek 

amhil 

amhun 

amhyp 

amibi 

amico 

amidu 

amify 

amiga 

amine 

anijak 

amjel 

amjim 

amjup 

amjyr 

amkal 

amkem 

amkur 

amkys 

amlam 

amlen 

amlus 

amlyt 

ammep 

ammir 

ammut 

ammyv 

amner 

amnis 

amnuv 

amnyx 

amojo 

amoku 

amoly 

amoma 

amopi 

ampes 

ampux 

ampyz 



although from 
if 



8 Alkeh — Ampyz 

ABABY — This cipher is for use only when it «s desired to complete a code word of 10 Utters 

alkeh almost 
alkij ., all 

„ always 
•> any 

„ everything (everyone, everybody) 
alone 

along (with) 
alongside (of) 
aloof (from) 
already 

„ over 
not already 
also 
i> a (an) 
„ about 
„ against 

„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 
.. as 



It has no Meaning. 8ae Preface. 
Although — conl 



in 

near 

neither 

not 

now 

of 

on (upon) 

only 

our(s) (my, mine) 

owing to 

since 

that (those) 

the 

their(s) (his, hers, its) 

then 

there 

they (he, she, it) 

this (these) 

to 

up 

we (I) 

what 

when 

with 

without 

you 

your(s) 
altogether 
not altogether 
aluminium 
always 

ii a (an) 
„ excepting 
„ for 

,, if 

„ provided that 

ii the 
not a' ways 
a.m 

am See also Are 

i, I (to) 
„ „ not (to) 
I am (to) 
„ „ not (to) 
amalgam 
ozs. of amalgam 

percentage of gold in amalgam is 
theft(s) of amalgam 
amalgamate(s) (d) (with) 
it is rumoured that ( — ) will amalgamate with 
amalgamating 
amalgamation (of) 

„ carried by large majority 

„ doubtful 

„ fallen through 

„ is likely to go through 

„ process 

„ resolved upon 

„ still pending 

„ suspended for the present 

by amalgamation 

do not consent to the amalgamation 
i, you „ „ „ 

is amalgamation likely 

„ there any truth in rumour of amalgamation 
oppose the amalgamation 
support amalgamation 
what is basis of the amalgamation 
amalgamator(s) 
amaze(s) (d) (ing) (at) (with) 
amazement (of) 
ambassador (to) 
our ambassador 



Ainras — Apgot 



amras j 


ambiguous fly) 


anlar 


what amount Amount(s) — cont. 


amriv 


amenable (to) 


anles 


„ have you 




— 


amend(s) (ed) (illg) See Correct, Rectify 


anlit 


„ is the amount 




amsev 


amendment(a) (to) 


anlux 


amounted (to) 




amsub 


America (n) 


anlyz 


amounting (to) 




amsyc 


for America 


anmas 


„ to about 




amtav 


from „ 


anmiv 


„ „ more than 




amtex 


in „ 


anmox 


ampere(s) 




amtyd 


to „ 


anmuz 


ample (y) 




amusu 


Central America(n) 


— 


amplify (ies) (ied) (ing) (by) 


See Extend 


amuty 


North America(n) 


annat 


amuse(s) (d) (ing) 




amuva 


South „ (n) 


annev 


amusement(s) 




ainuxe 


amethyst(s) 


annix 


an 




— 


amicable (y) See Friendly 


anosi 


not an 




amuzi 


amiss 


anovu 


analyse (s) (d) (ing) 




amvax 


ammonia 


anoxy 


analysis (ses) (of) 




amvyf 


ammunition 


anoza 


„ shows 




amwyg 


among (at) 


anpex 


„ „ a trace of 




amybo 


among(st) others 


anrax 


„ will be made 




amycu 


„ our(s) (my, mine) 


anube 


make analysis of 




amydy 


„ some 


anuci 


result of analysis 




amyfa 


„ such 


anufu 


what is the result of the analysis 




amyge 


„ that (those) 


anugy 


analyst(s) 




amy hi 


„ the 


anuna 


our analyst 




amzab 


„ their(s) (his, hers, its) 


anwuj 


public analyst 




amzec 


„ them 


anwyk 


their (his) analyst 




amzid 


„ this (these) 


anyje 


analytic (s) (al) (ally) 




amzug 


N «s 


anyki 


analytic method 




amzyh 


„ which 


anymu 


anarchy 




anara 


„ whom 


anyny 


and 




anase 


„ whose 


anypa 


„ a (an) 




anati 


„ your(s) 


anzaf 


„ about 




anaxu 


amortisation 


anzeg 


„ above 




anazy 


amount(s) (to) 


anzih 


„ after 




anbeh 


(a) large amount 


anzuk 


„ „ our(s) (my, mine) 




anbij 


(„) moderate amount 


aparo 


„ „ that 




anbul 


(„) small amount 


apasu 


„ „ their(s) (his, her(s), it(s)) 




anbym 


actual amount 


apaty 


„ „ your(s) 




ancah 


additional amount 


apava 


„ again 




ancik 


amount at credit (of) 


apaxe 


„ against 




ancum 


„ „ debit (of) 


apazi 


„ agreeably to 




ancyn 


„ credited 


apbak 


„ all 




andaj 


„ debited 


apbel 


„ „ that (those) 




andek 


„ has not been paid 


apbim 


„ almost 




andil 


„ named 


apbon 


„ already 




andom 


„ of 


apbup 


„ also 




andyp 


„ offered is 


apbyr 


„ although 




anece 


„ outstanding is 


apcal 


„ altogether 




anehy 


„ paid 


apcem 


„ always 




anfak 


any amount 


apcin 


„ among(st) 




anfel 


approximate amount 


apcop 


„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 




anfirn 


double the amount 


apcur 


„ apart from 




anfon 


exact amount 


apcys 


„ as 




anfup 


for a large amount 


apdam 


„ „ after 




anfyr 


„ „ moderate amount 


apden 


„ „ before 




angal 


„ ,, small amount 


apdip 


,. ., if 




angop 


„ any amount 


apdor 


„ „ soon as 




angur 


„ what amount are you interested 


apdus 


» ,. well „ 




angys 


gross amount 


apdyt 

ape bo 


„ at 




anhus 


if the „ 


„ because 




anhyt 


it amounts to 


apecu 


„ before 




anija 


net amount 


apedy 


„ below 




anike 


nominal amount 


apefa 


„ besides 




anili 


one-half the amount 


apege 


„ between 




aninu 


„ -third „ 


apehi 


,, beyond 




anipy 


„ -fourth „ 


apfan 


„ both 




anjan 


„ -fifth 


apfep 


„ by 




anjep 


reasonable amount 


apfir 


„ ,, means of 




anjir 


same amount (as) 


apfos 


„ concerning 




anjyv 


similar amount(s) 


apfut 


„ down 




ankap 


some amount 


apfyv 


„ during 




anker 


to amount to 


apgap 


„ each 




ankis 


„ the amount 


apger 


„ either 




ankuv 


„ what amount 


apgis 


„ elsewhere 




ankyx 


total amount Amounts)— cor.'.. 


! apgot 


„ even 


And — cent. 



10 



Apguv — Arzam 



and 





And — con!. 






every (everybody, everywhere, 


everything) 


aracy 


and whilst And — coni. 


except 




arada 


„ who 


for 




arafe 


„ whom 


from 




aragi 


„ whose 


further 




arban 


„ with 


how 




arbep 


„ within 


however 




arbir 


„ without 


if 




arbut 


ii yet 


„ after 




arbyv 


„ you 


„ before 




arcap 


„ your(s) 
angle (of) 


m uot 




arcer 


„ they (he, she, it) 




arcis 


angle of inclination 


h we (I) 




arcot 


(at) an angle of ( — ) degrees 


» you 




arcuv 


right angle 


in 




arcyx 


what is the angle of inclination 


„ as far as 




ardar 


angry (ily) 


„ regard to 




ardes 


anhydrous 


instead (of) 




ardit 


animal(s) 


into 




ardux 


animated) (d) (ing) 


less 




ardyz 


animation 


likewise 




areky 


animosity 


moreover 




arela 


animus 


near 




areme 


anna(s) See also Rupee 


neither 




areni 


I anna 


nevertheless 




arepo 


2 annas 


not 




arfas 


3 >. 


„ above 




arfet 


4 >f 


„ at all 




arfiv 


5 » 


„ before 




arfox 


6 „ 


„ below 




arfyb 


O n 


„ beyond 




argat 


., if 




argev 


9 » 


notwithstanding (that) 




argix 


10 „ 


now 




argyc 


« » 


of 




arhav 


12 „ 


» the 




arhex 


13 .» 


on (upon) 




arhyd 


14 .» 


only 




arirn 


15 » 


„ if 




arita 


annex (es) (ed) (ing) 


„ until 




arixi 


annexation 


or 




— 


annihilate(s) (d) (ing) See Destroy 


our(s) (my, mine) 




— 


annihilation See Destruction 


out of 




arjax 


anniversary 


over 




arjyf 


announce (s) (d) (ing) (to) 


owing to 




arkyg 


announcement(s) 


since (that) 




arlyh 


annoy (es) (ed) (ing) (at) (to) (ingly) 


so (that) 




armew 


annoyance 


some 




armif 


annual (ly) 


somehow 




armyj 


annrjitant(s) 


still 




arnui 
arnyk 


annuity (ies) 


such 




contingent annuity 


that (those) 




aroby 


deferred annuity(ies) 


the 




aroca 


annul(s) (led) (ling) 


their(s) (his, hers, its) 




arode 


annulment (of) 


them (him, her) 




arofi 


annum 


then 




arohu 


per annum 


there 




arpyl 


anonymous (ly) 


they (he, she, it) 




arrij 


another 


this (these) 




arrym 


answer(s) (ed) (ing) (to) See also Reply 


though 




arsyn 


everything depends upon the answer 


„ not 




artaj 


must have a definite answer (by) 


through 




artyp 


„ an answer by 


till (until) 




arujy 


„ „ ep.rly answer 


to 




aruka 


already answered (by) 


unless 




arule 


why have you not answered 


up 




arumi 


before answering 


„ to 




arupu 


antagonist(s) (ic) (ical) (ically) 


us (me) 




arvyr 


antecedent(s) (of) 


we (I) 




arwys 


antedate(s) (d) (ing) (by) 


what 




aryry 


antentiptial 


when 




arysa 


anticipate(s) (d) (ing) (by) 


whenever 




aryte 


anticipation(s) (of) 


where 




aryvi 


in anticipation of 


whether 




aryzu 


anticlinical 


which 


And— cont. 


arzam 


antimony Antimony — cont. 



Arzen — Atsar 



11 



auriferous antimony Antimony — cont. 


atanu 


percentage of antimony 




atbaz 


what is the percentage of antimony 




atbeb 


antipathy (ies) (to) 


See Dislike 


atbic 


antiquated. 


See Old 


atbuf 


anxiety (ies) 




atbyg 


causing much anxiety 




atcec 


there is cause for anxiety 




atcid 


„ no cause for anxiety 




atcug 


what is the „ of „ 




atcyh 


anxious (to) (ly) 




atdac 


not at all anxious (to) 




atded 


over anxious 




atdif 


very „ (to) 




atduh 


any 




atdyj 


» for 




atera 


„ from 




atese 


„ further 




ateti 


„ less 




atexu 


„ more 




atezy 
atfef 


„ of 




., to 




atfuj 


not any 




atfyk 


to „ 




atgaf 


anybody (to) 




atgeg 


to anybody 




atgih 


anyhow 




atguk 


anyone (to) 




atgyl 


not anyone 




atheh 


to 




athij 


anything (to) 




athul 


„ above 




athym 


„ below 




atiba 


„ else 




atidi 


n • for 




atigu 


„ from 




— 


n of 




atjah 


if anything 




— 


is there anything 




atjik 


not anything 




— 


to 




atjum 


anywhere 




atjyn 


apart (from) 




atkaj 


apart from a (an) 




atkek 


„ „ either 




atkil 


„ „ our (my) 




atkun 


„ „ that (those) 




atkyp 


n m the 




atlak 


„ „ their (his, its) 




atlel 


„ „ them (him, her, it) 




atlim 


„ „ this (these) 




atlup 


„ „ us (me) 




atlyr 


„ „ which 




atmal 


» h you 




at mem 


>. .. yo«f 




atmin 


apartment(s) 




atmur 


apathy 




atmys 


aperture 


See Hole 


atnam 


apex 




atnen 


(at) apex of 




atnus 


from the apex 




atnyt 


apiece 




atoje 


apologetic (ally) 




atoki 


apologise (s) (d) tag) (to) 




atomu 


apology (ies) 




— 


a posteriori 




atony 


apparatus 




atopa 


apparent (ly) (ness) 




atpep 


that (this) is apparently 




atpir 


appeal(s) (ed) (ing) (to) (for) 




atpyv 


n (»)(,.) against 




atrer 


appear(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 




atris 


(„)(„) not (to) 




atruv 


(„)(„)„ to be 




atryx 


(.,)(„)., „ have 




atsar 


Af)piar(s) (fd) 


(ing) — cont. 





appear(s) (ed) (ing) to be Appear(a) (ed) (Ing) — cont, 

(»)(»)» have 
as it appears (to) (that) 
„ may appear (to) 
by which it appears (to) (that) 
do (does) not appear (to) 

„ they (does he, she, it) appe.ir (to) 

„ „ ( „ ) >, not (to) 

„ we (I) appear (to) 

„ you appear (to) 
how does it appear to you 
it appears (that) (to) 
may appear (to) 

„ not appear (to) 
must appear (to) 

„ not appear (to) 
so it appears (to) (that) 
they (he, she, it) appear(s) to 
to appear (to) 
unless it appears (to) (that) 

ii ii to you 

we (I) appear to 
which appear(s) (to) 
you appear to 
appeared not to 
„ to be 
have they (has he, she, it) appeared to 
appearance (s) (of) 
according to all appearances 
every appearance (of) 
for their (his, her, its) appearance 
in appearance 
no „ 
to all appearances 
(to) put in an appearance 
appease(s) (d) (ing) 
appellate 

append(s) (ed) (ing) 
appendix (ces) 
appertain(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 
applaud(s) (ed) (ing) 
applause 
great applause 
appliance(s) 
no appliances here for 
applicable (to) 
applicant(s) (for) 
application(s) (for) 
application from 
on application 

to whom is application to be made 
apply (ies) (ied) (ing) (for) 

„ („)(„)( ., ) to 
may apply (for) (to) 
shall „ ( ,i ) (•») 
if applied ( „ ) („) 
,, not applied (for) (to) 
appoint(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 
appointment(s) (of) 
appreciate(s) (d) (ing) (ion) 
apprehend(s) (ed) (ing) 
apprehensive (of) 
apprentice (s) (to) 
approach (es) (ed) (by) (ing) 
approbation (of) 
appropriate (s) (d) (ing) (to) (ly) 
appropriation(s) (of) 
approval (of) 
awaiting approval (of) 
get approval (of) 
have (has) obtained approval (of) 
subject to approval (of) 
M n ii > we have 
„ „ i. . i» shall 
(subject) to our (my) approval 



See Conciliate, Pacify 

See Annex, Attach 

See Belong 



See Approval 



Approval — cont. 



L'2 Atsux — Avzuh 

ABABY — This cipher is for use only when it »'•> desired to complete a code word of 10 letters. 



It has 110 meaning. See Preface. 



(subject) to their (his, Iver) approval Approval — cont. 

( „ ) „ your approval 
with approval 
without „ 

approve(s) (d) (ing) (of) 
do not approve (of) 

„ they (does he, she) approve (of) 

„ you approve (of) 

„ „ „ of our (my) suggestion 

if they (he, she) approve(s) (of) 
„ you approve (of) 
they (he, she) approve(s) (of) 
we approve (of) 
you „ ( „ ) 
approved by 
not approved (of) 
to be „ („) 
unless „ („) 

approximate(s) (d) (ing) (to) (ly) 
April See page 240 

a priori 
apropos (to) 
apt (ltude) (for) 
aqueduct(s) 
arbitrage 
arbitrageur(s) 
arbitrary (ily) 
arbitrate(s) (d) (ing) (on) 
advisable not to arbitrate 

„ to arbitrate 
decline to arbitrate 
to arbitrate 
who will arbitrate 

arbitration(s) See also Court 

agree(s) to arbitration 
arbitration given against us 

„ in our favour 

demand arbitration 
(to) submit to arbitration 
will agree to „ 

„ not agree to „ 
arbitrator(s) 

appoint arbitrator on our behalf 
approve of ( — ) acting as arbitrator 
do not approve of ( — ) ,, „ 
endeavour to get ( — ) to act as arbitrator 
architect(s) 
ardeb(s) 

arduous See Difficult, Hard 

are (to) See also Am, Be, Been, Has, Have, Is 

all are (is) 
and are (is) 

», >. (,.) not 

„ because there are (is) 

„ if they are (he, she, it is) 

»> 11 11 11 ' 11 11 11 11/ not 

„ „ we are (I am) 

11 ii 11 n ( 11 ) not 

11 i> you „ 

11 11 11 •) not 

„ they are (he, she, it is) 

11 11 11 v 11 11 11 ' not 

„ we „ (I am) 

i> ii 11 ( 11 ) not 



you 



not 



are (is) a 

I. (,,) already 

„ („) also 

11 (».) any 

11 (,,) no 

„ („) not (to) 

,, (,,) i> very 

1. (,.) now 

„ (,,)only 



Are — cont. 



avihi 

avjal 

avjem 

avjin 

avjur 

avjys 

avkam 

avken 

avkip 

avkus 

avkyt 

avian 

avlep 

avlir 

avlut 

avlyv 

avmap 

avmer 

avmis 

avmuv 

avmyx 

avnar 

avnes 

avnit 

avnux 

avnyz 

avoju 

avoky 

avola 

avome 

avoni 

avopo 

avpas 

avpet 

avpiv 

avpuz 

avpyb 

avrat 

avrix 

avrub 

avsav 

avsex 

avsix 

avsuc 

avsyd 

avtax 

avtez 

avtib 

avtud 

avtyf 

avusy 

avuta 

avuve 

avuxi 

avuxo 

awaz 

avveb 

avvic 

avvuf 

awyg 

avwab 

avwec 

avwid 

avwug 

avwyh 

avybu 

avycy 

avyda 

avyfe 

avygi 

avyho 

avzae 

avzed 

avzif 

avzuh 



are (is) our(s) (my, mine) 

.. G,)the 

„ („) their(s) (his, hcr(s), its) 

„ („) there 

>i (,i) i> any 

.1 (,,) i> no 

.• (..) » not 

„ („) very 

„ („) your(s) 

„ not there 
I. 11 they 
11 .1 we 

•1 11 you 

„ there many others 

„ these (to) 

„ „ not (to) 

„ they (is he, she, it) (to) 

11 i> (. .» » ) not (to) 

„ „ (is it) our(s) (my, mine) 

11 11 ( 11 ) so 

11 » ( 11 ) the 
I. » ( ii ) your(s) 
11 we (to) 
„ „ not (to) 
„ you (to) 
„ „ not (to) 
as are (is) 
„ there are (is) 
„ these „ 

„ they „ (he, she, it is) 
11 ii 11 ( ,. .. ) not 
„ we „ (I am) 
1 ( >, ) not 



Are — cont 



you 



not 



before they are (he, she, it is) 

but are 
11 ,ii not 
„ if they are (he, she, it is) (to) 

,, ( .. ., ) not (to) 

„ „ we „ (I am) (to) 
ii ( » ) not (to) 

„ 11 you „ (to) 

.. » >, .1 not (to) 
„ they „ (he, she, it is) (to) 
n 11 ii ( 11 11 ) not (to) 

„ we ,, (I am) (to) 
.. » 11 ( » ) not (to) 

„ you „ (to) 
„ ,i >, not (to) 
for if they are (he, she, it is) (to) 
„ „ we are (I am) (to) 
11 11 you „ (to) 
„ there are (is) 
how are (is) 

„ they (is he, she, it) (to) 
„ we (am I) (to) 
„ you (to) 
if there are (is) any 
M •• 11 (..) no 
„ these „ 
., 11 » not 
„ they H (he, she, it is) (to) 

( ..) not (to) 

„ we are (I am) (to) 
.1 ., ., ( ,» )«o*(to) 
„ you „ (to) 
,, .. >i not (to) 
so are (is) 
that are (is) (to) 
,. » („)nof(to) 
„ there are 

„ these „ (this is) (the) 
„ „ „ ( „ ) wot .(the) 
„ they „ (he, she, it is) (to) 



A re — cont. 



Avzyj — Azfuv 



13 



that they arc (he, she, it is) not (to) 
„ we are (I am) (to) 

( „ ) not (to) 



Are — cont 



» y 

there 



these 
they 



ou are (to) 

not (to) 
are (is) 

(,.) no 

(„) not 

(,,) now 

(„) only 

(„) perhaps 

some 

not 

(he, she, it is) (to) 



) also 
) not (to) 
) „ the 
) perhaps 
) the 



those which are 
unless they „ (he, she, it is) (to) 
„ we „ (I am) (to) 
„ you ,, (to) 
we are (I am) (to) 
» ( „ ) also 
., ( „ ) not (to) 
„ ( „ ) perhaps 
what are (is) 

(.,) the 

(„) „ other(s) 

(„) their (his, her, its) 

(„) there 

(„) your 

others 

they (is he, she, it) (to) 

„ ( „ » ) about 
we (am I) (to) 
you (to) 
„ about 
„ they are (he, she, it is) (to) 
„ we „ (I am) (to) 
„ you „ (to) 
when are (is) 

„ they (is he, she, it) (to) 
„ we (am I) (to) 
„ you (to) 
where are (is) 

„ they (is he, she, it) (to) 
„ we (am I) (to) 
„ you (to) 
whether there are 

ii H .. not 

which (who) are (is) (to) 



( „ ) 

( „ ) 

( » ) 

( » ) 

( „ ) 



(„) not (to) 
(,.) ii only 
(„) now 
( „ ) only 
(„)the 



(whom) are they (is he, she, it) (to) 



) „ we (am I) (to) 

) „ you (to) 

) they are (he, she, it is) (to) 



) 
) we 

) „ 

) you 
) 



( „ .. ) 110/ (to) 

(I am) (to) 

( „ ) not (to) 

(to) 

not (to) 



who are they (is he, she, it) (to) 
why „ (is) 

„ „ they (is he, she, it) (to) 

( .. .. ) not (to) 

„ „ we (am I) (to) 

( „ ) not (to) 

„ ., you (to) 



Are — cont. 



axkar 

axkes 

axkit 

axkov 

axkux 

axkyz 

axlas 

axlet 

axliv 

axlox 

axlyb 

axmat 

axmev 

axmix 

axmoz 

axmyc 

axnav 

axniz 

axnyd 

axotu 

axovy 

axoxa 

axoze 

axpax 

axpyf 

axsyh 

axtyj 

axubi 

axufy 

axuga 

axuhe 

axvyk 

axwoj 

axwyl 

axylu 

axymy 

axyna 

axype 

axzag 

axzeh 

axzij 

axzok 

axzym 

azaru 

azasy 

azata 

azave 

azaxi 

azazo 

azbal 

azbem 

azbin 

azbur 

azbys 

azcarn 

azcen 

azcip 

azcus 

azcyt 

azdan 

azdep 

azdir 

azdut 

azdyv 

azebu 

azecy 

azeda 

azefe 

azegi 

azeho 

izfap 

azfer 

azfis 

azkv 



why are you not (to) 
you are (to) 

„ also 

„ not (to) 

„ perhaps 
area 
covering an area of 

„ „ „ ( — ) claims 
extending over the entire area 
what is the area 
argentiferous 
highly argentiferous 
Argentine(s), The 
Argentine Government 
for the Argentine 
from the „ 
in „ „ 
to „ „ 
argillaceous shale 
argue(s) (d) (ing) 
argument(s) 

arise(s) (n) (arose) (from) 
arm(s) (ed) (ing) 
armament(s) 
armature 
armistice 
armour (ed) 
armourer(s) 
army (ies) 
arose 
around 
and around 
or ,, 

arrange(s) (d) (ing) twith) 
arrange necordingly 

„ at once (for) 

» for 

„ „ the best 

„ that 

n to 
can probably arrange (to) 
„ they (he, she) arrange (to) 
,, you arrange (to) 
cannot arrange (to) 
if you „ (it) (to) 

„ cannot arrange (it) (to) 
may we (I) arrange (to) 
must arrange (to) 
shall we (I) arrange (to) 
to arrange (to) 

„ enable us (me) to arrange (to) 
try to arrange (to) 
trying to arrange (to) 
will arrange (to) 
arranged as wished 
„ by 
for 
that 
to 
as arranged (with) 
can be arranged 

n it be ,, 
definitely arranged 
has anything definite been arranged 

„ it been arranged 
have (has) not arranged 
if arranged 
„ not arranged 
not definitely arranged 
i nothing has been arranged 
to be arranged 
what can be arranged 

„ has been arranged 
when arranged 
arranging for (to) 



Are — cont. 



See Arise 



See aho Settle 



Arrange^) {d) (ir.g)-^r.i, 



14 



Azfjx — Bahex 



recommend arranging Arrange(s) (d) (ing) — cottt. 


azyjy 


arrangement(s) (to) 


azyle 


according to arrangement(s) 


azymi 


adhere to arrangement(s) 


azyno 


arraugement(s) not made 


azypu 


„ with 


azzak 


by this (these) arrangement(s) 


azzim 


confirm arrangement (s) 


azzup 


definite „ 


azzyr 


have any arrangements been made (to) 


baahl 


in accordance with arrangement, ) 


baamt 


leave all arrangements to 


baanc 


make no arrangement without consulting us (me) 


baarb 


making arrangements 


baasm 


no arrangement(s) 


baban 


our (my) arrangements 


babep 


private arrangement 


babir 


their (his, her) arrangements 


babje 


to facilitate arrangement(s) 


babki 


verbal arrangement 


bablo 


what arrangement has been made 


babmu 


your arrangements 


babny 


arrastre 


babos 


arrear(s) (of) 


babpa 


arrest(s) (ed) (ing) 


babut 


arrival(s) (of) 


babyv 


after arrival (of) 


bacap 


arrivals at 


bacer 


await arrival (of) 


bacis 


before „ ( „ ) 


bacot 


date of arrival 


bacuv 


in case of «o»-arrival 


bacwy 


«o»-arrival (of) 


bacyx 


on arrival (of) 


bacza 


pending arrival (of) 


badar 


arrive(s) (d) (ing) (at) 


badci 


is (are) expected to arrive 


bades 


must arrive (on) 


badfu 


„ „ on or before 


badgy 


to arrive (on) 


badha 


we (I) shall arrive at ( — ) on 


badov 


will arrive (in) (on) 


badux 


arrived here (at) 


badyz 
baeit 


m on 


,, safely 


baeng 


has not arrived 


baeph 


„ (-) „ 


baerf 


if arrived 


bafas 


„ not arrived 


bafet 


arriving on 


bafiv 


arroba(s) 


bafji 


arsenal(s) 


bafko 


arsenic (al) 


bafiu 


recovery of arsenic per ton of ore 


bafmy 


arson 


bafna 


artful fly) (ness) 


bafox 


article (s) 


bafpe 


articles of association See also Memorandum 


bafuz 


according to articles of association 


— 


are their articles of association identical with 


bafyb 


articles of association are identical with 


bagev 


„ „ „ similar to 


bagix 


„ M clause number 


bagoz 


„ „ must provide for 


bagri 


if the articles of association 


bagtu 


(Inform (— ) we (or — ) rtxneit them (him) to approve of memoranrtam and article! of 
( association on onr(nr his) behalf. Advise pnrohasera 


bagub 


not according to the articles of association 


bagvy 


recommend provision in articles of association for 


bagwa 


revised articles of association 


bagyc 


supplementary articles of association 


bagze 


to amend articles of association 


bahav 


artificer(s) 


bahbi 


artificial (ly) 


bahco 


artisan(s) 


bahdu 


as As — cont. 


bahex 



as a (an) Aa — com 

„ after 
„ against 
„ also 
„ although 
„ amongst 
„ and where 

„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 
„ at 
„ before 
„ between 
„ both 
» by 
•i during 
„ either 
„ for 
„ from 
„ however 
„ if 
•i in 
» ,, the 
„ moreover 
„ neither 

„ „ one nor the other 
„ nevertheless 
„ not 

„ notwithstanding 
„ on 

„ our(s) (my, mine) 
„ owing to 
„ since 
„ that (those) 
„ the 

„ their(s) (his, hers, its) 
„ then 
„ there 

„ they (he, she, it) 
„ this (these) 
„ though 
„ to 
„ „thw 
„ unless 
„ until 
„ we (I) 
„ well as 
„ what 
„ when 
„ whenever 
„ where 
„ with 
„ without 

n you 

„ your(s) 
not as 
still as 
asbestos 

asceud(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 
ascertain(s) (ed) (ing) 

ascribe(s) (d) (ing) (to) See Attribute 

ashamed (of) 

ask(s) (ed) (ing) (to) (for) See also Inquire, Request 
ask again 
ask(s) if 

„ them (him) (to) 

„ ( „ ) not (to) 

„ us (me) (to) 

., ,,(,.) not (to) 

„ what 

„ you (to) 

„ „ not (to) 
not to ask 

shall we (I) ask (for) 
to ask (for) 
what shall we (I) ask (for) Ask{s) (ect) (ing) — eont. 



Bahfy— Bazfo 



asked us (mc) (to) (if) Ask(s) (ed) (ing) — cont. 

„ them (him, her) (to) (if) 
if asked (to) 
„ not asked (to) 
who „ („) 
others asking 

they are (he, she is) asking (that) (to) 
we are (I am) asking (that) (to) 
aspect(s) (of) 
aspersion(s) 
asphalt 

assail(s) (ed) (ing) See Attack 

assassinate(s) (d) (ing) 
assassination 

assault(s) (ed) (ing) See Attack 

assay(s) (of) 
a rough assay 
approximate assay is 
are the assays reliable 
assay office 

„ result 
assays an average of ( — ) per ton 

,i ( — ) per ton of 2,ooo lbs. 

m (— ) n „ 2,240 „ 

„ ( — ) ozs. silver 

„ ( — ) ,, , ( — ) per cent, lead 

,1 ( — ) per cent. 

„ ( — ) „ antimony 

h (— ) .t copper 

» ( — ) » n • ( — ) per cent, lead 

m (— ) .. lead 

» (— ) m tin 

„ ( — ) „ «inc 

„ from 

„ „ different parts of the property average 

„ „ drive average 

„ good 

m high 

h low 

„ may fairly be relied on 

„ not to be relied on 

„ of pannings at every ( — ) feet of reef gives 

I assays of the last ( — ) feet of ore in the ( — ) drive 
( — ) feet level between ( — ) and ( — ) shafts are 
( — ) per cent, lead and ( — ) ozs. silver 
assays quite reliable 
„ show 
„ „ no gold 

„ „ only traces 

„ under 
„ value 
,. very good 
at the ( — ) level reef assays 
average assay value 

„ „ of ore milled is 

„ „ per ton of 2,000 lbs. is 

•• »t >> »» 2 i24° »» 

„ slag assay 
bulk assay 
check „ 
dry assay 
fire „ 

have assays checked by 
milling and panning assay 

„ assay 
outcrop of reef assays 
panning assay 
tailings assay ( — ) per ton 
wet assay 
what does reef assay 

„ „ the outcrop assay 

„ is the approximate assay (of) 

„ „ assay value (of) 
assayed 
i not yet assayed Assayed— cont. 



bapfe 

bapgi 

bapho 

bapih 

bapoj 

bapuk 

bapyl 

barag 

bareh 

barjy 

barka 

barle 

barmi 

barok 

barpu 

barym 

basah 

basik 

basol 

basry 

bassa 

basum 

basvi 

baswo 

basyn 

baszu 

bataj 

batca 

batek 

batfi 

bathu 

batil 

batom 

batun 

batyp 

bauct 

baumf 

baurs 

baush 

bavak 

bavel 

bavira 

bavja 

bavke 

bavli 

bavmo 

bavnu 

bavon 

bavpy 

bavup 

bavyr 

bawse 

baxal 

baxem 

baxin 

baxop 

baxra 

baxti 

baxur 

baxvo 

baxys 

baxzy 

baygs 

bayht 

baylm 

baymp 

bayrx 

baytz 

bazam 

bazba 

bazce 

bazdi 

bazen 

bazfo 



16 

Assayed — cont. 
sample taken in the middle of the ore body assayed 
assayer(s) [(—) per cent, 

assaying 

„ from ( — ) to 
„ ( — ) per cent. 

n ( — ) » ton over ( — ) inches 

assemble(s) (d) (ing) 
assembly (ies) 
House of Assembly 
Legislative Assembly 
National „ 

assent(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 
royal assent 

assert(s) (ed) (by) (ing) 
to assert 

assess (es) (ed) (ing) 
assessable 
assessment(s) 
asset(s) 

assets and liabilities 
„ are large 
„ „ small 
„ consist of 
„ estimated at 
„ show a loss 
„ „ surplus 

local assets 
total „ 

„ „ and liabilities 
assign(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 
to assign 
if assigned 
„ not assigned 
must be assigned to 
not assigned 
assignee(s) 
(the) official assignee(s) 
assignment(s) (of) 

assist(s) (ed) (ing) See also Help 

if you can assist (us) 
„ „ cannot assist (us) 
will greatly assist 
assistance (from) 
assistance is not wanted 

„ urgently required 
if you want assistance 
no assistance 
obtain assistance from 
obtained „ „ 

assistant(s) 
assize(s) 

associate(s) (d) (ing) (with) 
association(s) 
assort(s) (ed) (ing) 
assortment(s) (of) 
assume(s) (d) (ing) (that) 

assurance(s) See Insurance 

assure(s) (d) (ing) (to) 
to assure 
we (I) assure them (him, her) that 

» (,,) 11 you that 
be assured (that) 
astonish (es) (ed) (ing) 
astonishment (of) 
astound(s) (ed) (to) (ing) 
asylum(s) 
at See also About, Above, Below 

„ a (an) 

» all 

„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 

„ each 

„ either 

„ every (everybody, everything) 

„ from 

„ not At — cont. 



16 

ABABY TAj's cipher U for me only when it is 
bazgu I at one another 



„ our (my) 

„ some 

„ that (those) 

n the 

„ their (his, its) 

„ them (him, her) 

„ this (these) 

„ us (me) 

„ what 

„ which 

„ whoso 

„ you 

„ your 

not at 

„ all 
still at 
atom(s) 
atomic (al) 
atrocious (ly) (ness) 
atrocity (ies) 
attach (es) (ed) (ing) (to) 
attachable 
attache(s) 
attachment(s) 
attack(s) (ed) (ing) (by) 
attain(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 
attainable (by) 
attainment(s) (of) 
attempt(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 
attend(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 
attendance (s) (on) 
attendant(s) 
attention 
call attention to 
give the necessary attention to 
have you given attention to 
attentive (ly) 
attest(s) (ed) (ing) (by) 
attestation 
attestor(s) 
attitude(s) (of) 
Attorney-General 
attract(s) (ed) (bag) (by) 
attraction (of) 
attractive fly) (ness) 
attributable (to) 
attribute(s) (d) (ing) (to) 
to what do you attribute (it) 
Auckland 
auction(s) 
at auction 
offer first at auction 
when will the auction take place 
will be sold by auction 
auctioneer(s) 
audacity 
audience(s) 
audit(s) (ed) (ing) (of) 
audit called for 

„ confirms report 

,, exposes a better position 

ii i) worse „ 

half-yearly audit 
yearly audit 
auditor(s) 

auditor(s) has (have) passed 
„ of the company 
„ will net pass 
auditors' certificate 

„ report 
awaiting auditors' report 
augment(s) (ed) (ing) 
August 



Bazgu — Betse 

desired to complete a code word of 10 letters. 



It has no meaning. See Prefaoe. 



At — cout. I bejbu 
bejey 
bejda 
bejen 
bejfe 
bejgi 
bejho 
bejip 
bejor 
bejyt 
bekan 
bekep 
bekir 
bekju 
bekky 
bekla 
bekme 
bekni 
bekos 
bekpo 
bekut 
bekyv 
beler 
belru 
belta 
beluv 
beixi 
belyx 
belzo 
bemby 
bemde 
beines 
bemgo 
bemit 
bemov 
bemux 
bemyz 
beniv 
benjy 
benka 
benle 
benmi 
benno 
benox 
benpu 
benyb 
beobt 
beohd 
beons 
beork 
bepix 
bepsa 
bepte 
bepvi 
bepwo 
bepyc 
bepzu 
berav 
berba 
berce 
berdi 
berex 
berfo 
bergu 
berhy 
beryd 
besax 
besja 
beske 
besli 
besmo 
besnu 
besyf 
betra 
See page 241 : betse 



aunt(s) 
auriferous 
auriferous deposits 

„ drift 
country is auriferous 

„ believed to be auriferous 

„ very auriferous 
does the auriferous 
highly auriferous 
not auriferous 
slightly auriferous 
Australia (Australian(s)) 
Australian Commonwealth 

,, >, Government 

for Australia 
from „ 
in „ 
to 

Austria (Austrian(s)) 
Austrian Government 
for Austria 
from „ 
in „ 
to „ 

authentic (ally) (ity) 
authenticate(s) (d) (ing) (by) 
authentication (of) 
author(s) 
authorisation (of) 
authorise(s) (d) (ing) (to) 
authorise(s) them (him, her, it) to 

„ us (me) to 

„ you to 

cannot authorise 
did they (he, she) authorise 

„ you authorise 
do they (does he, she) authorise us (me) to 

II 11 ( ». 11 ) n YOU tO 

„ you authorise them (him, her, it) to 

„ „ „ us (me) to 

if they (he, she) authorise (to) 
„ we (I) authorise (to) 
„ you authorise (to) 
may we authorise 
they (he, she) authorise(s) (to) 

„ ( „ ) do not authorise (to) 
we authorise 

,, do not authorise 
who authorise(s) 
you authorise 

„ do not authorise 
are authorised not (to) 
». (to) 

„ they (is he, she) authorised (to) 

„ we (am I) authorised (to) 

„ you authorised (to) 
authorised by 

if they are (he, she, it is) authorised (to/ 
,, we ,, (I am) authorised (to) 
„ you „ authorised (to) 
not authorised (by) 
authorities 
authorities require 
,, will 

„ ,, itot 

have difficulties with the authorities 
if you have any difficulty with the authorities 
authority (of) See also Consent, Permission, 

acting on the authority of [Sanction 

ask(s) for authority (to) (of) 
authority in force until 
„ is necessary 
„ „ not necessary 
„ not reliable 
„ reliable Authority— cont. 





Betti— 


Bijha 


etti 


authority still in force Authority — cunt. 


bhyuz 


etwu 


„ witiidrawn 


biact 


etyg 


by authority of 


bialg 


etzy 


„ whose authority 


biamf 


eufd 


confirm „ 


biars 


euks 


do(es) not hold authority 


biash 


eulc 


is authority still in force 


bibaj 


eumb 


must have better authority (to) 


bibca 


eupt 


no authority (to) 


bibde 


evbe 


obtain authority (to) (of) 


bibek 


evci 


(on) our (my) authority 


bibfi 


evdo 


( „ ) their (his, her) authority 


bibhu 


evfu 


( „ ) your authority 


bibil 


>evgy 


see that proper authority is held 


bibun 


»evha 


telegraph us full „ (to) 


bibyp 


evyh 


„ „ „ to do our best 


bicak 


exac 


unless under authority of 


bicel 


>exed 


with authority (to) (of) 


bicim 


>exif 


without „ („)(„) 


bicjy 


>exje 


autumn 


bicno 


>exki 


auxiliary (ies) 


bicup 


>exlo 


avail(s) (ed) (ing) (of) 


bicyr 


>exmu 


(to) avail (ed) (ing) ourselves (myself) of 


bidal 


>exny 


(»») ii („)(„) themselves (himself, herself) of 


bidem 


>exog 


(,.) ii (»)(•>) yourself(ves) of 


bidry 


jexpa 


availability (of) 


bidsa 


sexuh 


available (at) 


bidte 


jexyj 


available for 


bidur 


seyct 


„ until 


bidvi 


Deylg 


„ „ cancelled 


bidwo 


Deymf 


not available 


bidys 


>eyrs 


avenue 


bidzu 


jeysh 


average(s) (of) (d) (ing) 


biegs 


jezad 


about the average 


bieht 


jezef 


above „ „ 


bielm 


jezig 


at an average of 


biemp 


oezoh 


average adjuster(s) 


bierx 


bezre 


below the average 


bietz 


bezsi 


free of particular average 


bifam 


bezto 


general average 


bifba 


bezuj 


over the „ 


bifce 


bezvu 


particular average 


bifdi 


bezwy 


what is the average (of) 


bifen 


bezyk 


with average 


biffo 


bezza 


averaging about 


bifgu 


bhaab 


averse (from) 


bifhy 


bhaec 


avert(s) (ed) (ing) 


bifip 


— 


avocation See Business, Calling 


bifyt 


bhaid 


avoid(s) (ed) (ing) 


bigep 


bhaof 


avoid if possible 


bigir 


bhaug 


avoidable 


bigja 


bhayh 


avoirdupois 


bigke 


bheaj 


await(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 


bigli 


bheek 


awake(s) (d) (ing) (from) 


bigmo 


bheil 


(to) be (are) awake to 


bignu 


bheom 


award(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 


bigpy 


bheun 


the award of the Arbitration Court 


bigut 


bheyp 


what is the award 


bigyv 


bhiar 


aware (of) 


bihap 


bhies 


away 


biher 


bhiov 


and away 


bihra 


bboac 


away from 


bihti 


bhoed 


„ until 


bihuv 


bhoif 


not away 


bihvo 


bhoog 


awkward (ly) (ness) 


bihxu 


bhouh 


Axim 


bihyx 


bhuak 


axis 


bihzy 


bhuel 


B 


bijar 


bhuim 


back(s) (ed) (ing) 


bijbe 


bhuon 


every 10 feet driven gives ( — ) feet of backs 


bijei 


bhuup 


feet of backs 


bijdo 


bhyas 


how many feet of backs are there (above) 


bijes 


bhyet 


backward(s) 


bij fu 


bhyiv 


backwardation 


bijgy 


bhyox 


,, rate (is) Backwardation — cont 


bijha 



17 

Backwardation— cont. 
what is the backwardation rate 
bad (ly) 

(to) go (gone) (going) to the bad 
it is not as bad as anticipated 

.1 stated 

still bad 
very „ 

bag(s) (of) (ged) (ging) 
baggage 

bail(s) (ed) (by) (ing) 
(to) admit(s) (ted) (ting) to bail 
bailee(s) 
bailiff(s) 
baisse clause 

do not claim operation of the baisse clause 
the operation of the baisse clause is claimed 
with baisse clause 
without baisse clause 
balance(s) (of) 
accept balance (s) 
available balance (is) 
balance in hand (is) 
„ not paid („) 
„ paid (is) 

„ to our (my) credit (is) 
w ., ,i ( » ) debit (is) 
„ „ their (his) credit (is) 
„ i> » („) debit (is) 
„ „ your credit (is) 
ii ii ii debit (is) 
„ transferred to ( — ) (is) 
cash balance 
credit balance 
debit „ 
half-yearly balance 
leaving a balance of 
our (my) „ (is, was) 
present balance 

their (his, her) balance (is, was) 
to balance 
transfer balance to 
try to balance 
unapplied balance 
what is the amount of balance 
yearly balance 
your „ (is, was) 

balance sheet 

send us copy of the last balance sheet of 
balanced (balancing) 
bale(s) (of) 
ball(s) 
Ballarat 

ballast(s) (ed) (ing) 
in ballast 

baUot(s) (of) (ted) (ting) 
ballot taken 

„ to be taken 
band(s) 
bank(s) 

arrange with bank 
as arranged with bank 
refer to bank(s) 
which bank(s) 

African Banking Corporation, Ld. 
Anglo-Californian Bank, Ld. 
ii -Egyptian 
„ -Japanese „ „ 

„ -South American Bank, Ld. 
Australian Joint Stock „ „ 
Bank of Adelaide 
„ Africa, Ld. 
„ Australasia 
„ British North America 
„ „ West Africa, Ld. 

„ Egypt, Ld- Bank{i)—conl. 



18 



Bij it— Boafd 



Bank of England Bank(s) — eont. 

Liverpool, Ld. 
Montreal 

New South Wales 
New Zealand 
North Queensland, Ld. 
Spain 

Victoria, Ld. 
Barclay & Co., Ld. 
Baring Brothers & Co., Ld. 
British Bank of South America, Ld. 
Canadian Bank of Commerce 
Capital and Counties Bank, Ld. 
Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China 
Clydesdale Bank, Ld. 
Colonial Bank 

Commercial Bank of Australia, Ld. 
„ „ Scotland, Ld. 

„ Banking Company of Sydney, Ld. 

Comptoir National d'Escompte de Paris 
Coutts & Co. 
Credit Lyonnais 
Deutsch-Asiatische Bank 
Deutsche Bank 
Dresdner Bank 

English, Scottish and Australian Bank, Ld. 
Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co. 
Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation 
Imperial Bank of Persia 
„ Ottoman Bank 
International Banking Corporation 
Lloyds Bank, Ld. 
London and Brazilian Bank, Ld. 

„ County Banking Co., Ld. 
„ Provincial Bank, Ld. 
„ River Plate „ „ 
„ South Western Bank, Ld„ 
„ Westminster Bank, Ld, 
Bank of Australia, Ld. 

„ Mexico and South America, Ld. 
, City and Midland Bank, Ld. 
Joint Stock Bank, Ld, 
Manchester and Liverpool District Banking Co., Ld. 
Martin's Bank, Ld. 
Mercantile Bank of India, Ld. 
Metropolitan Bank (of England and Wales), Ld. 
Natal Bank, Ld. 
National Bank, Ld. 

„ „ of Australasia, Ld. 

» » Egypt 
„ „ „ India, Ld. 

„ „ „ New Zealand, Ld. 

„ „ „ Scotland, Ld. 

„ „ „ South Africa, Ld. 

„ Provincial Bank of England, Ld. 
Parr's Bank, Ld. 
Queensland National Bank, Ld. 
Royal Bank of Queensland, Ld. 

„ „ Scotland 

Russo-Chinese Bank 
Standard Bank of South Africa, Ld. 
Union Bank of Australia, Ld. 
„ „ Scotland, Ld. 

„ of London and Smiths Bank, Ld. 
Williams Deacon's Bank, Ld, 
Yokohama Specie Bank, Ld. 
bank rate 
above bank rate 
at bank rate 
„ „ , but not less than 5 per cent. 

i> 11 > >» »» n \ ) »» 

below bank rate 
banker(s) 

our (my) bankers 

their (his, her) bankers Banker(s) — cont. 



bitef I your bankers Banker(6)— ft>»*. 

bitig banket 

bitoh „ formation 

bitro I free milling banket 

bitsu pyritous banket 

bitty bankrupt (cy) 

bituj fraudulent bankrupt 

bitva reported bankrupt 

bityk petition in bankruptcy filed 

bitzi „ „ not filed 

biubt bar(s) (of) (red) (ring) 

biuhd bar of ground 

biuns „ hard ground 

bivaf „ poor „ 

bivbu Barberton 

bivcy bare (ly) (ness) 

bivda bargain(s) (ed) (ing) 

biveg cannot make a better bargain 

bivfe if you can make a better bargain 

bivgi „ cannot make a better bargain 

bivho into the bargain 

bivih keep open the bargain if possible 

bivoj make the best bargain possible 

bivuk „ „ of a bad bargain 

bivyl try to make a better bai gain 

biwok barge(s) 

bixag barley 

bixeh quarters of barley 

bixij barrage(s) 

bixju barratry 

bixky barrel(s) (of) 

bixla barren 

bixme barricade(s) (d) (ing) 

bixni barrier(s) (to) 

bixpo baryta 

brxul basalt 

bixym base (d) (ly) (less) (ment) (ness) 

bizah basin(s) 

bizik basis (es) (of) 

bizol as a basis 

bizru basis for 

bizsy on the basis of 

bizta „ this „ 

bizum „ what ,, 

bizve what is your basis 

bizwi basket(s) (of) 

bizyn battery (ies) See also Mill 

bizzo baulk(s) (ed) (ing) 

blaac bay(s) 

blaed bazaar 

blaif be See also Are, Been, Has, Have, Is 

blaog and because there will be 

blauh are (is) not to be 

blayb „ („) there to be 

bleel „ („) to be 

bleim „ these (is this) to be 

bleon as might be 

bleup „ there will be 

bleyj be a (an) 

bload „ much 

bloef „ no 

bloig „ our(s) (my, mine) 

blooh „ so 

blual ,, such 

bluem „ that (those) 

bluin „ the 

bluop „ their(s) (his, hers, it(s)> 

bluuj „ there 

bluyk „ this (these) 

blyat „ very 

blyev „ your(s) 

blyix can be 

blyoz „ „ no 

blyur „ there be 

boafd „ they (he, she, it) be 



Be — cont. 



Boaks— Boran 



can this (these) be Be— cont. 


boimp 


may 


we (I) be 


,, we (I) be 


boirx 


ii 


„ (,,) not be 


„ you be 


boitz 


„ 


you be 


cannot be 


bojag 


,, 


,, not be 


„ there be 


bojeh 


might be 


„ they (he, she, it) be 


bojij 


ii 


have had to be 


„ this (these) be 


bojok 


ii 


not be 


„ we (I) be 


bojru 


i» 


there be 


„ you be 


bojsy 


,, 


„ not be 


could be 


bojul 


„ 


they (he, she, it) be 


ii M no 


bojve 


ii 


„ ( „ ) not be 


„ not be 


bojwi 


ii 


this (these) be 


„ „ they (he, she, it) be 


bojzo 


•i 


„ ( „ ) not be 


„ „ this (these) be 


bokah 


,, 


we (I) be 


„ „ we (I) be 


bokbu 


ii 


„ („) not be 


„ „ you be 


bokcy 


i> 


you be 


„ there be 


bokda 


ii 


„ not be 


„ „ not be 


bokfe 


must be 


„ they (he, she, it) be 


bokgi 


ii 


„no 


„ this (these) be 


bokho 


•• 


not be 


„ we (I) be 


bokik 


h 


there be 


., you be 


bokol 


ii 


they (he, she, it) be 


do not be 


bokum 


ii 


„ ( „ ) not be 


had had to be 


bokyn 


>9 


this (these) be 


,, to be 


bolaj 


II 


„ ( „ ) not be 


have (has) had to be 


bolek 


it 


we (I) be 


„ ( „ ) not had to be 


bolil 


II 


,, („) not be 


„ ( „ ) „ to be 


bolju 


II 


you be 


„ ( „ ) to be 


bolky 


,, 


„ not be 


„ these (has this) to be 


bolia 


not be 


„ they (has he, she, it) had to be 


bolme 


„ to be 


ii „ ( ii ii ) not to be 


bolni 


otherwise it should (would) be 


., ., ( » ii ) to be 


bolpo 




>i ( ii ; not be 


„ we (I) had to be 


bolun 


ought not to be 


„ „ (,,) not to be 


bolyp 


„ 


to be 


„ „ („) to be 


bomak 


shall 


we (I) be 


„ you had to be 


bomel 




, (,.) not be 


„ ,, not to be 


bomim 


shou 


Id there be 


„ „ to be 


bomon 


„ 


ii .. any 


having to be 


bomsa 


ii 


„ not be 


if it be 


bomte 


so as 


not to be 


ii ii not 


bomup 
bomvi 


„ 


to be 


„ there be 


that 


is not to be 


.1 ii ii any 


bomwo 


, 


, to be 


,, >. i> no 


bomyr 


there can be 


„ „ M not 


bomzu 


ii 


cannot be 


., „ is to be 


bonal 


ii 


could „ 


„ ,, would be 


bonby 


ii 


„ not be 


„ they (he, she, it) can be 


bonca 


ii 


may be 


•i ii ( ,i i, ) cannot be 


bonde 


ii 


,, not be 


ii •• ( ii H ) could be 


bonfi 


ii 


might be 


„ „ ( „ „ ) will be 


bongo 


. 


„ not be 


•i •! ( ii ii ) n not be 


bonhu 




will be 


„ „ ( „ „ ) would be 


bonin 


ii 


„ not be 


,, ,. ( ., „ ) ,. not be 


bonop 


they 


are (he, she, it is) not to be 


„ we (I) can be 


bonur 


ii 


„ ( .. .• ) to be 


ii h (») cannot be 


bonys 


ii 


(he, she, it) be 


,, „ (,.) could be 


booh! 


ii 


( „ „ ) can (may) b« 


,, you can be 


boomt 


.. 


( ii ii ) cannot be 


„ ,, cannot be 


boonc 




( „ „ ) could ,, 


,, „ couid be 


boopf 


ii 


( „ „ ) ,, not be 


„ „ will be 


bocrb 




( „ „ ) had not to be 


„ „ „ not be 


bopam 


„ 


( >. .. ) ii to be 


„ „ would be 


bopen 


ii 


( „ „ ) have had to be 


n ,, ,, not be 


bopip 




( „ „ ) „ not had to be 


it is to be 


bopjy 


,, 


( .i » ) .» ii to be 


let us (me) be 


bopka 


„ 


( >. .. ) ., to be 


may be 


bo pie 


ii 


( „ „ ) may have to be 


,, have to be 


bopmi 


,, 


( ,, „ ) „ not be 


„ not be 


bopno 


ii 


( „ „ ) might b? 


„ „ have to be 


bopor 


,, 


( ii .i ) .i not be 


„ „ they (he, she, it) be 


boppu 


,, 


( „ „ ) must be 


„ there be 


bopus 


,, 


( ,, ,, ) „ not be 


„ they (he, she, it) be 


bopyt 


,, 


( .. ., ) to be 


„ this (these) bz Be — con!. 


boran 


■ • 


( „ ,, ) were (was) to be 



19 

Be — cont. 



Be— cvni- 



20 




Borep- 


-Bugb 


ABABY— This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code 


rep 


they (he, she, it) will (shall) be Be — cont. 


braig 


ri r 


ii In n ) ii ( it 


) have to b i 


braoh 


ros 


ii ( ii ii J ii ( ii 


) not be 


braub 


rra 


•• (» ii ) would (should) „ 


brayc 


rse 


ii 1 » ii ' ii ( 


„ ) have had to be 


breal 


rut 


If \ II ll ) il V 


tt ) „ to be 


breem 


rvo 


„ ( „ „ ) „ ( 


„ ) not be 


brein 


rxu 


this (these) may be 




breop 


ryv 


.1 ( ii ) ii not be 




breuj 
breyk 


rzy 


though there may be 




sap 


to be 




briat 


sba 


(to) be about 




briev 


see 


( „ ) ,, beyond 




brioz 


sdi 


we are (I am) not to be 




broaf 


ser 


„ „ ( „ ) to be 




broeg 


sfo 


„ (I) can (may) be 




broih 


sgu 


„ („) cannot be 




broob 


shy 


„ („) could be 




brouc 


sis 


„ („) „ not be 




broyd 


sot 


„ („) had to be 




bruam 


SUV 


n (11) ii not to be 




bruoj 


syx 


„ („) have had to be 




bruuk 


tar 


ii (n) ii not had to be 




bruyl 


tes 


ii (ii) ii ff to be 




bryav 


tit 


„ („) „ to be 




bryex 


tja 


„ („) may have to be 




bryiz 


tke 


„ („) „ wo* be 




bryor 


tli 


„ („) might be 




bryus 


tmo 


» (,,) „ not be 




buabt 


tnu 


„ („) must be 




buahd 


tov 


ii Gi) .» not be 




buans 


tpy 


„ („) shall (will) be 




buark 


tux 


ii (11) ii ( ii ) have to be 


bubaz 


tyz 


•i (») if ( ft ) not be 




bubeb 


ult 


„ („) should (would) be 




bubic 


ung 


tf (ii) fi ( H ) have had to be 


bubro 


uph 


„ („) „ ( „ ) „ 


to be 


bubsu 


urf 


» (..) •> ( f ( ) not be 


bubty 


vas 


.> (.,) to be 




bubuf 


vet 


„ were (I was) to be 




bubwe 


viv 


were (was) not to be 




bubyg 


vox 


„ ( „ ) they (he, she, 


t) to be 


bubzi 


vsi 


„ ( „ ) to be 




bucab 


vto 


„ ( „ ) we (I) to be 




bucbo 


vuz 


„ you to be 




buccu 


vvu 


what are they (is he, she, 


it) to be 


bucdy 


vwy 


„ can (may) be 




bucec 


vyb 


„ must be 







vza 


„ should be 




bucfa 


xci 


„ will be 




bucge 


xev 


„ „ there be 




buchi 


xfu 


„ would there be 




bucid 


*gy 


whether there will be 




bucug 


xha 


if f. n no 




bucyh 


six 


which must be 




budac 


xoz 


,, ,, not be 




buded 


xub 


„ should be 




budjo 


xyc 


„ „ not be 




budku 


ybt 


will (shall) any be 




budly 


yhd 


., ( „ )be 




budma 


yrk 


if ( n ) ff very 




budne 


zav 


,, ( „ ) have to be 




budpi 


zex 


„ ( „ ) not be 




buduh 


ziz 


ft ( tf ) there be 




budyj 


zje 


»t ( tt ) it n any 




bufad 


zki 


•t ( tt ) tt not be 




bufef 


zlo 


tf ( tt ) tt ft ii any 


bung 


zmu 


„ ( „ ) they (he, she, 


it) be 


bufru 


zny 


it I tf ) tt ( tt ti 


„) not be 


bufsy 


zob 


„ ( „ ) this (these) be 




bufta 


zpa 


» ( tt ) you be 




bufuj 


zuc 


tt ( ., ) >t not be 




bufyk 


zyd 


would be 




bufzo 


lad 


•t I, no 




bu| af 


lef 


» » very 


Be — cont 


bugbu 



It has no meaning. 



Sne Preface. 
Be — cont. 



would have to be 
„ it be very 
„ not be 

„ they (he, she, it) be 
ii ii ( ii ii ) not be 
„ we (I) be 
ti ii di) not be 
„ you be 
„ „ not be 
you are not to be 
„ ,, to be 
„ can (may) be 
„ cannot be 
„ could be 
„ „ not be 
„ had not to be 
„ „ to be 
„ have had to be 
„ „ to be 
„ „ not had to be 
„ „ „ to be 
„ may have to be 
„ „ not be 
„ might be 
„ „ not be 
„ must be 
„ „ not be 
„ should (would) be 
„ „ ( „ ) have had to be 
tt tt ( it ) ii to be 
» tt ( tt )»o*be 
„ to be 
„ were to be 
„ will be 
„ „ have to be 
„ „ not be 
bear(s) (ed) (ing) 
bear account 
„ in mind 
(to) bear with 
( „ ) bring to bear (upon) 
bearable 
bearer(s) 
payable to bearer 
the bearer of 
to „ 
bearish 

became See Become 

because (of) See also As, On account of 

., all 

„ of our (my) 
„ „ their (his, her, its) 

.t » your 
„ that (those) 
„ this (these) 
„ they (he, she, it) 
t> we (I) 
tt you 
become(s) (Lag) (became) (of) 
and become 
if it becomes 
what has become of 
when it becomes 
gradually became 
suddenly „ 
then became 
bedrock 
at bedrock prices 
been (to) 
all been 
and have been 
been a (an) 
tt no 
» so 
ii very 



See also Bond 



See also Are, Be, Has, Have, Is 



Been — cont. 



Bugcy — Buzko 



21 



cannot have beeu Been — cent. 


buotz 


we (I) may have been Been — cont. 


could „ „ 


bupan 


it (ii) ii not have been 


„ not have been 


bupep 


„ („) must have been 


for there has been 


bupir 


H (h) ii not have been 


had been 


bupja 


„ („) not been 


» ii no 


bupke 


„ („) should have been 


„ not been 


bupli 


„ („) „ not have been 


„ that (those) been 


bupmo 


what have (has) been 


„ there been 


bupnu 


whether there has been 


„ „ not been 


buppy 


„ „ „ not been 


„ they (he, she, it) been 


buput 


which have (has) been 


n „(.,.,) not been 


bupyv 


•i n ( ii ) not been 


„ this (these) been 


burap 


you been 


m ii ( ii ) not been 


burer 


„ had been 


„ we (I) been 


bursi 


„ „ not been 


m ii (ii) not been 


burto 


„ have been 


„ you been 


buruv 


„ „ not been 


„ „ not been 


buryx 


„ may have been 


have (has) also been 


burza 


„ „ not have been 


„ ( „ ) any (anyone, anybody, anything) been 


busar 


„ must have been 


„ ( „ ) been 


busbe 


„ „ not have been 


m ( ii ) ii no 


busci 


„ not been 


m ( „ ) not been 


busdo 


„ should have been 


m ( „ ) there been 


buses 


„ „ not have been 


»(••)., >, any 


busfu 


before 


„ these (has this) been 


busgy 


,, a (an) 


m ii ( n ii ) n °t been 


busha 


„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 


„ they (has he, she, it) been 


busit 


„ either 


n »» ( .. ». i. ) »°< been 


busux 


„ our(s) (my, mine) 


„ we (I) been 


busyz 


„ that (those) 


„ „ („) not been 


butet 


it the 


„ you been 


butiv 


„ their(s) (his, hers, its) 


„ „ not been 


butje 


„ them (him, her) 


having been 


butki 


„ then 


how much has been 


butlo 


„ there 


if there have (has) been 


butmu 


„ they (he, she, it) 


just been 


butny 


„ this (these) 


may have been 


butpa 


„ us (me) 


„ not have been 


butuz 


,, we (I) 


might have been 


butyb 


„ which 


„ not have been 


buumt 


„ whom 


must have been 


buunc 


it you 


,, not have been 


buupf 


„ your(s) 


not been 


buurb 


not before 


now ,, 


buusm 


still „ 


should (would) have been 


— 


befriend(s) (ed) (ing) See Help 


„ ( „ ) not have been 


buvat 


beg(s) (ged) (ging) (to) 


that has been 


buvev 


they (he, she) beg(s) (to) 


„ „ not been 


buvix 


we (I) beg (to) 


there „ been 


buvso 


begin(s) (ner) (ning) (of) (began) See also Com-[ 


„ „ not been 


buvtu 


at the beginning of [ineuce, Commencement) 


these have been 


buvub 


before the beginning of 


„ „ not been 


buvvy 


behalf 


they have (he, she, it has) been 


buvwa 


on behalf of 


i, I, ( H ii ) not been 


buvyc 


,, „ „ all concerned 


„ (he, she, it) been 


buvze 


„ their (his, her) behalf 


,i ( H it ) had been 


buxav 


„ our (my) behalf 


>i ( n ii ) ii not been 


buxbi 


„ your behalf 
behave(s) (d) (ing) 


n ( ii ii ) may have been 


buxco 


„ ( „ „ ) „ not have been 


buxdu 


behaviour (of) 


„ ( „ „ ) must have been 


buxex 


behind 


„ ( ii ii ) n not have been 


buxfy 


„ our (my) 


„ ( „ „ ) not been 


buxga 




that (those) 


„ ( „ „ ) should (would) have been 


buxhe 




, the 


„ ( „ „ ) „ ( „ ) not have been 


buxiz 




, their (his) 


this has been 


buxuc 




, them (him, hor, it) 


„ not been 


buxyd 




, this (these) 


though there may have been 


buy It 




, us (me) 


to have been 


buyng 
buypn 




, which 


unless it has been 




, whom 


we (I) been 


buyrf 




, you 


„ („) had been 


buzax 




, your 


i, (n) ii not been 


buzib 


not behind 


„ (j Have been 


buzji 


behindhand 


„ (,,) „ not been Been— cent. 


buzko 


1 being See also Are, Be, Been, Is 








Being — cont. 



22 



Buzlu— Byrty 



are (is) being Being— cont. 

„ („) not being 
„ they (is it) being 
as being 
,, not being 

if they are (be, she, it is) being 
,, we are (I am) being 
,, you are being 
not being 
now being 

they are (he, she, it is) being 
i. ,, ( i. .. >. ) not being 
„ (he, she, it) being 
„ ( „ „ ) not being 
we are (I am) being 
m it ( it ) not being 
„ (I) being 
„ („) not being 
were (was) being 

„ ( „ ) not being 
you are being 
„ „ not being 
n being 
„ not being 
Beira 

Belgium (Belgian(s)) (Belgio) 
Belgian Government 
for Belgium 
from „ 
in „ 
to 

belief 

our (my) own belief is (that) 
the general belief is (that) 
believa(s) (d) (tag) (that) 
believe it to be 
confidently believe 
do you believe that 
have no reason to believe 

„ reason to believe 
if you believe it to be 
it is reported and we have reason to believe it is true 

„ „ but we do not believe it is true 

they (he, she) believe(s) 
to believe 
we (1) believe 
but it is believed that 
it is confidently believed 
were (was) believed 
which is believed 
belong(s) (ed) (ing) (to) (ings) 
below See also Unlet 

a little below 
at below (the) 
,, not below (the) 
„ or below 
below a (an) 

„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 

„ either 

„ no 

„ our (my) 

„ that (those) 

„ the 

„ their (his) 

„ them (him, her, it) 

„ this (these) 

„ us (me) 

„ what 

„ which 

„ whose 

i. you 

•i your 
must be below 

„ not be below 
not below B(low*~«mt 



byimb 

byipt 

byirn 

byjak 

byjel 

byjim 

byjon 

byjre 

byjsi 

byjto 

byjup 

byjvu 

byjwy 

byjyr 

byjza 

bykal 

bykbe 

bykci 

bykdo 

bykem 

bykfu 

bykgy 

bykha 

bykop 

bykur 

by leys 

bylani 

byleu 

bylje 

byiki 

bylio 

bylny 

bylor 

bylpa 

bylus 

bylyt 

bymep 

bymir 

bymos 

bymut 

bymvy 

bymwa 

byrnze 

bynbi 

bynco 

byndu 

byner 

bynfy 

bynga 

bynhe 

bynuv 

bynyx 

byoct 

byolg 

byomf 

byors 

byosh 

bypes 

bypji 

bypko 

byplu 

bypmy 

bypna 

bypov 

byppe 

bypux 

bypyz 

byras 

byret 

byriv 

byrox 

byrro 

byrty 



still below Below — cont, 

belt(s) (ed) (bag) 
sorting belts 
feet of belting 
bend(s) (ing) (bent) 
Bendigo 
beneath 
beneficial (ly) 
benefit(s) (ted) (ting) 
for benefit of 

„ „ „ all concerned 
„ our (my) benefit 
„ their (his, her) benefit 
„ your benefit 
if of benefit (to) 
„ „ no benefit (to) 
no benefit (to) 
what is the benefit 
will it benefit 
bequest(s) 
bereavement(s) 
Berlin 

beseech (es) (ed) (Ing) See Beg 

beside(s) 

,, the mark 
besides this (that) 
„ when 
„ which 
best (to) 
and at best 

are (am) doing our (my) best 
at best 
best is 

„ possible 
but at best 
do our (my) best (to) 
„ the best possible (to) 
„ their (his, her) best (to) 
„ what you think best (to) 
„ your best (to) 
for the best 
if at best 

„ it is the best that can be done 
„ not best (to) 

is it the best that can be done 
it is „ „ ,i „ 

„ will be best to 
or at best 

the best we can do (is) 
think it is best (to) 
(to) make the best of it 
what is the best you can do (to) 
whichever is best (to) 

bestow(s) (ed) (ing) See Grant, Present 

better (that) (ed) (ing) 
all better 
at ( — ) or better 
better than 
change for the better 
had better 

.1 it not 

„ they (he, she, it) better not 

„ we (1) better not 

„ you better not 
if better 
„ not better 

„ they (he, she) cannot do better 
„ you can do better 
„ „ cannot do better 
is (are) much better 

,, ( „ ) slightly better 

it is better than 

„ would be better to 

no better (than) 

or „ ( „ ) Better {ed) {ing)— cont. 



Byruz — Cajed 



23 







Bill(s)— cont. 


rather better (than) Better (ed) (ing)— cont. 


cabiv 


bill (s) presented for payment, we have no advice, is it 


(to) be better off 


cabju 


„ receivable [correct 


unless you can do better 


cabky 


„ refused acceptance 


„ cannot do better 


cabla 


ii ii payment 


would it not be better to 


cabni 


„ to be on a first-class London house 


betterment 


cabox 


clean bill(s) 


betterness 


cabpo 


do not pay this (the) bill 


between 


cabuz 


documentary bill(s) 


» a (an) 


cabyb 


endorsement on bill(s) 


„ each (of) 


cacat 


good bill(s) 
long dated bill(s) 


„ either 


cacev 


„ every (everyone, everybody) 


cacix 


maturity of bill(s) 


., now and then 


cacoz 


note bill(s) 


„ others 


cacru 


noted bill(s) 


„ our (my) 


cacsy 


our (my) bill(s) (for) 


,, ourselves 


cacub 


protest bill(s) 


„ the 


cacwi 


protested bill(s) 


„ their (his) 


cacyc 


remit bank bill(s) 


„ them (him, her, it) 


cadav 


„ bill(s) 


„ this 


cadbu 


remitting bill(s) 


n ii and 


cadcy 


short dated bill(s) 


„ us 


cadda 


sight bill(s) 


which 


cadex 


their (his, her) bill(s) (for) 


,, whom 


cadfe 


these bills 


„ you 


cadgi 


this bill 


„ „ and 


cadho 


way „ 


„ „ „ them (him, her) 


cadob 


what bill(s) 


„ „ „ us (me) 


caduc 


„ is amount of bill(s) 


.1 your 
Bewaarplaatsen 


cadyd 


your bill(s) (for) 
bill of health 


caehl 


beware (of) 


caemt 


clean bill of health 


bewilder(s) (ed) (ing) See Confuse, Perplex 


caepf 


foul 


beyond 


caerb 


bill(s) of lading (for) 


a (an) 


cafax 


accompanied by B/L 


„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 


cafez 


„ „ and invoices 


„ either 


cafib 


against B/L for 


„ our (my) 


cafjy 


all parts of the B/L required 


„ that (those) 


cafka 


as per B/L 


ii the 


cafle 


B/L and invoice(s) 


„ their (his) 


cafmi 


„ „ „ and policy(ics) of insurance 


„ them (him, her, it) 


cafno 


„ are not in order 


„ this (these) 


cafoc 


ii it ii to hand 


„ us (me) 


cafpu 


„ „ now to hand 


„ which 


cafud 


„ dated 


n you 


cafyf 


,, in duplicate 


„ your 


cagaz 


„ „ triplicate 


not beyond 


cageb 


„ to be dated 


Bezitzrecht 


cagic 


„ „ order 


bias (ed) (ing) 


cagod 


„ „ our (my) order 


bid(s) (der(s)) (ding) (for) 


cagry 


„ will go forward on 


best bid 


cagsa 


deliver B/L to 


can you give us a bid for 


cagte 


delivery stopped for B/L 


cannot make a bid 


caguf 


duplicate B/L 


what was bid 


cagvi 


endorsed on B/L 


big (gish) 


cagwo 


endorsement on B/L 


bill(s) (on) See also Draft 


cagyg 


on B/L 


against approved bills 


cagzu 


through B/L 


amount of the bill(s) is 


cahab 


unless B/L 


are (is) the bill(s) accepted 


cahby 


bill(s) of sale 


n (..) ii paid 


cahca 


bi-metallic 


bank bill(s) 


cahde 


bimetallism (bi-metallist) 


„ on London 


cahec 


bind(s).(er(s)) (ing) (bound) (by) 


bill has been accepted (by) 


cahfi 


bind (ing) (bound) ourselves (myself) (to) 


„ „ „ paid (by) 


cahgo 


„ ( „ ) ( „ ) themselves (himself, herself) (to v 


bill(s) for acceptance 


cahhu 


,, ( » ) ( .. ) yourselves (to) 


„ „ collection 


cahid 


do not bind us (to) 


ii of 


cahof 


does it bind us (to) 


„ „ costs 


cahug 


before binding ourselves (to) 


„ „ exchange 


cahyh 


„ „ yourselves (to) 


„ on London 


cailt 


consider it binding (on) 


,, „ them (him, her) 


caing 


do not consider it binding (on) 


„ „ us (me) 


caiph 


„ you ,, „ ( „ ) 


» » y°» 


cairf 


without binding ourselves (myself) (to) 


„ payable 


cajac 


,, ,, themselves (himself, herself) (to) 


„ presented for payment Bil!(s) — cont. 


cajed 


„ ,, yourselves 



24 


Cajif— 


Cebun 


ABABY — This cipher is for use only when it is d-.hiied to complete a code « 


'jtf 


birth(s) 


casin 


ijkc 


bismuth 


casop 


Ljli 


bitter (ly) 


casn 


ijmo 


bitumen 


casso 


ijnu 


blackball(s) (eel) (iitg) 


castu 


yog 


blackmail(s) (ed) (ing) 


casur 


ypy 


blacksmith(s) 


casvy 


ijuh 


blade(s) 


caswa 


y'yj 


blame(s) (d) (ing) (able) 


casys 


tkad 


not to blame 


casze 


ikef 


to blame 


catco 


ikig 


who is to blame 


eaten 


ikoh 


blameless (ly) (ness) 


catfy 


Job 


blank(s) 


catip 


iksc 


blanket(s) 


catyt 


ikti 


blanketings 


cauks 


ikuj 


blast(s) (ed) (ing) 


caulc 


ikvo 


blasting gelatine 


caumb 


ikwu 


„ powder 


caupt 


ikyk 


by blasting 


caurn 


ikzy 


considerable blasting required 


cavan 


ilaf 


is much blasting required 


cavep 


dba 


no blasting required 


cavir 


dee 


very little blasting required 


cavjo 


tldi 


blende 


cavku 


— 


blew Sc4 Blow 


cavly 


deg 


blight (ed) (ing) 


cavma 


dfo 


block(s) (ed) (ing) 


cavne 


dgu 


adjoining blocks 


cavos 


dhy 


block(s) No. 


cavpi 


ilih 


east blocks 


cavut 


doj 


in blocks 


cavyv 


riuk 


north block 


cawsu 


dyl 


poor „ 


caxap 


imag 


principal block(s) 


caxer 


ameh 


remaining block(s) 


caxis 


imij 


south block 


caxot 


imki 


valuable block(s) 


caxro 


amlo 


west block 


caxty 


immu 


worthless block(s) 


caxuv 


amny 


blood 


caxva 


amok 


ill blood 


caxwe 


ampa 


blot(s) (ted) (ting) 


caxyx 


amul 


blow(s) (er(s)) (ing) (blew) 


caxzi 


amym 


a large quartz blow 


cayct 


an ah 


„ small „ „ 


caylg 


anik 


quartz blow 


caymf 


anol 


(to) blow (blew) up 


cayrs 


anre 


what is the extent of the blow 


caysh 


ansi 


„ „ value „ „ 


cazar 


anum 


blue book 


cazbo 


anvu 


blue ground 


cazcu 


anxy 


„ „ is yielding ( — ) carats per hundred loads 


cazdy 


anyn 


extent of blue ground 


cazes 


anza 


getting into blue ground 


cazfa 


apaj 


loads of blue ground 


cazge 


apci 


n » »» hauled 


cazhi 


apek 


„ „ „ on floors 


cazit 


apfu 


it ii n washed 


cazov 


apgy 


what is the quantity of blue ground 


cazux 


aplia 


bluffte) (ed) (ing) 


cazyz 


apil 


blunder(s) (ed) (ing) 


ceact 


.apom 


board(s) (ed) (er(s)) (ing) See also Directors 


cealg 


:apun 


above board 


ceamf 


:apyp 


Board of Trade 


cears 


:arel 


„ „ Works 


cebaj 


:arji 


President of the Board of Trade 


cebby 


:arko 


boat(s) (ing) 


cebca 


:arlu 


in the same boat 


cebde 


:army 


body (ies) of 


cebek 


:arna 


bogus 


cebfi 


:arpe 


boiler(s) 


cebgo 


:aryr 


( accident to boiler 


cebhu 


lasal 


j boiler(s) arrived 


cebil 


casern 


burst Boiler(s) — cont. 


cebun 



>rd of 10 letters. It has no meaning. See Preface. 

boiler(s) can be repaired Boiiei'(8) — conl. 

„ cannot be repaired 

„ not yet arrived 

„ on the way 

„ out of order 

„ power 

„ tubes 

„ will be shipped 

„ „ need repairs 

Cornish boiler(s) 
in what condition are the boilers 
Lancashire boiler(s) 
require new boilers 
ship ( — ) boilers 
stoppage caused by boiler9 
through bursting of „ 
tubular boiler(s) 
what sized boiler is required 
Boksburg 
bold (ly) (ness) 
Bombay 
bona fide(s) 
is it bona tide 
not „ 

bonanza(s) 

bond(s) Set also Debenture 

average bond 
bond(s) convertible into 

„ guaranteed by 

„ of indemnity 

„ payable after 

„ redeemable at 

„ registered (in name of) 

„ to bearer 
debenture bond(s) 
definitive „ 
first debenture bond(s) 
general consolidated mortgage bond(s) 

„ mortgage bond 
give bond of indemnity 
guaranteed bond(s) 

„ debenture bond(s) 

in bond 
income bonds 
mortgage bond(s) 
prior lien „ 
priority bondfs) 
register bonds in our name 

ii ii ii ( ) » 

respondentia bond 
second debenture bond(s) 
(to) take(n) out of bond 
bonded (ing) 

bondholder(s) Set also Committee, Council 

majority of bondholders 
minority „ ,, 

will the bondholders 
bonus 
as a bonus 
bonus of 
cum bonus 
ex „ 

book(s) ... 

books will be closed from (— ) to (— ) both days m- 
when do books close [elusive 

book-keeper(s) 
general book-keeper 
boom(s) (ed) (ing) 
boom collapsed 

„ on here in 
boomlet 

border (ed) (ing) (on) 
bore(s) (d) (ing(s)) (r(s)) 
how far have you bored 
boring commenced Bore{s) (d) {ing(s)) (r(s))—cont. 



Cetjyp — Cexme 



26 



boring company Boi'e(s) (d) (ing(s)) (r(s)) — cont. 


ceklo 


„ expenses (are) 


cekmu 


„ machine 


cekny 


by the several borings made 


cekpa 


from boring(s) in 


cekyb 


rock „ 


celat 


while boring 


celev 


with regard to boring 


celiz 


borehole 


celre 


a borehole was put down ( — ) feet 


celsi 


advise putting in a borehole 


celto 


at the ( — ) borehole 


celvu 


borehole abandoned 


celxy 


„ down ( — ) feet 


celyc 


„ in 


cemav 


„ necessary 


cembi 


„ shows 


cemdu 


„ „ continuous reef 


cemex 


„ „ good indications 


cemga 


„ „ no good indications 


cemyd 


„ still in reef 


cenax 


„ stopped 


cenji 


„ „ at depth of ( — ) feet 


cenko 


„ will be continued 


cenlu 


„ „ discontinued 


cenmy 


„ „ put down to locate reef 


cenna 


core from the borehole 


cenyf 


cost of borehole estimated at 


ceolt 


• 1 II ^S 


ceong 


from borehole 


ceoph 


horizontal borehole 


ceorf 


no signs of reef in borehole 


cepso 


plan of borehole 


ceptu 


progress of borehole 


cepvy 


put down borehole 


cepwa 


putting down borehole 


cepyg 


result (s) of borehole 


cepze 


section of borehole 


cerbo 


sinking another borehole 


cercu 


stop borehole 


cerdy 


struck reef in borehole 


cerfa 


to the borehole 


cerge 


what is depth of borehole 


ceryh 


„ would borehole cost 


cesjo 


ist borehole 


cesku 


2nd „ 


cesly 


3^ „ 


cesma 


4th „ 


cesne 


borne 


cespi 


to be borne in mind 


cesyj 


borrow(s) (ed) (ing) (from) 


cetro 


., („)(„)(,.) on 


cetsu 


borrower(s) 


cetty 


both 


cetva 


„ of them 


cetwe 


M .1 us 


cetyk 


■> » you 


cetzi 


„ this and that 


ceubt 


„ (— ) and 


ceuhd 


bother(s) (ed) (ing) 


ceuns 


bottle(s) (of) 


ceurk 


bottom(s) (ed) (ing) 


cevbu 


at bottom 


cevcy 


feet from bottom 


cevda 


flat bottom 


cevfe 


(to) touch (ed) bottom 


cevgi 


bottomry 


cevho 


bottomry bond 


cevyl 


on bottomry 


cexag 


bought (at) 


cexeh 


at what price have you bought 


cexij 


bought about 


cexju 


„ „ your quotation (price) 


cexky 


„ above 


cexla 


,. „ your limit Bought — cont. 


cexme 



bought as 

„ at quotation 

„ „ your limit 

„ before j'our telegram arrived 

„ beiow your limit 

„ by 

„ cost and freight 

„ „ , freight and insurance 

n for 

„ „ account of 

„ „ cash 

„ „ delivery 

„ „ your account 

„ free alongside 

„ „ in lighters 

„ „ on board 

n >. ii quay 

>» »» »i rail 

„ from 

„ further 

11 in 

„ „ addition (to) 

11 n all 

„ . nothing 

„ on basis of 

ii part 

„ since 

„ subject to 

„ „ „ confirmation 

11 11 » reply by wire 

„ the whole 

„ to arrive 
cannot be bought (at) 

,, ,, at your limit 

have not bought 

.1 you ,, 
how much (many) have you bought 
if you have bought 
11 11 i> not bought 
11 »» ii .) »• buy at once 
no more to be bought 
we (I) have bought 
what have you bought 
why „ ,, „ 

not bought 

will be bougbt 
boulder(s) (of) 
bounds (ed) (ing) 
by leaps and bounds 
within bounds 
bounded on the ( — ) by 
boundary (ies) (of) 
beyond our boundary 

„ their (his) boundary 
boundary beacon(s) 

„ line 
close to our boundary 

„ „ their (his) boundary 
east boundary 
feet from boundary 
near the „ 

north boundary 
not yet reached the boundary 
on the boundary 
outside the boundary 
right across our boundary 
south boundary 
up to our boundary 
„ „ their (his) boundary 
west boundary 
bourse(s) 
box (es) (of) 
boy(s) 
surface boys 
brace(s) 



Bought — cont. 



26 



Coxui — Cimjo 



cexni 


branch (es) (of) (ed) (ing) 


cidgu 


is brokerage included 


Brokerage— conL 


cexpo 


all branches 


cidliy 


no 




cexul 


branch (es) at 


cidis 


our (my) brokerage 




eexym 


intersected another branch of vein matter 


cidot 


their (his, her) brokerage 




ceyfd 


only branches concerned 


ciduv 


who pays brokerage 




ceyks 


several branches of vein matter 


cidyx 


with brokerage (of) 




ceymb 


brand(s) (ed) (ing) (of) 


ciect 


without „ 




ceypt 


brass 


cielg 


your brokerage 




cezah 


„ founder(s) 


ciemf 


£ per cent, brokerage 




cezik 


brattice(s) 


ciers 


i •» ii 




cezol 


Brazil (ian(s)) 


cifes 


6 ii ii 




cezru 


Brazilian Government 


cifje 
cifki 


a ii ii 




cezsy 


for Brazil 


i ii ii 




cezta 


from „ 


ciflo 


* M •• 




cezum 


in „ 


cifmu 


(-) „ 




cezve 


to „ 


cifny 


bronze (s) (d) (ing) 




cezwi 


breach (es) (ed) (ing) 


cifov 


brother(s) 


See aho Firms, &c. 


cezyn 


breadth (of) 


— 


brought 


See Bring 


cezzo 


„ and ( — ) depth 


— 


browbeat(s) (en) (ing) 


See Intimidate 


chaac 


„ is ( — ) feet 


cifpa 


brush (es) (ed) (ing) 




cbaed 


ii ii ( — ) inches 


cifux 


Brussels 




chaif 


braak(s) (ing) (broke (n)) (up) 


cifyz 


bubble(s) 




chaog 


break (ing) (broken) down 


ciget 


buddies 




chauh 


,, ( ,, ) ( ,, ) off 


cigiv 


budget(s) (ed) (ing) 




chayb 


breakage(s) 


cigox 


build(s) (ing) (built) (up) (er(s)) 


cheak 


breaker(s) and mill hopper(s) 


cigre 


buildings 




cheel 


breccia 


cigsi 


buildings, plant, machinery and 


permanent works 


cheim 


„ formation 


cigto 


erection of buildings 




cheon 


volcanic breccia 


ciguz 


freehold buildings 




cheup 


breech 


cigvu 


leasehold „ 




cheyj 


brewer(s) (y) 


cigwy 


permanent ,, 




choad 


bribe(s) (d) (ing) 


cigyb 


repairs to „ 




choef 


attempted to bribe 


cigza 


temporary „ 




choig 


took bribe(s) 


cihbe 


Bulawayo 




chooh 


succeeded in bribing 


cihci 


bulge(s) (d) (ing) 




choub 


bribery 


cihdo 


bulk(s) (ed) (ing) (y) 




choyc 


brick(s) 


cihev 


in bulk 




chual 


brickclay 


cihfu 


bull(s) 




chuem 


bricklayer(s) 


cihgy 


bull account 




chuin 


bridge(s) (d) (ing) (across) 


cihha 


bulletin(s) 




chuop 


briefls) (ly) 


cihix 


bullion 




chyat 


in brief 


cihoz 


total value of bullion from mill and cyanide 


chyev 


bright(s) (ly) (ness) (en) 


cihub 


bundie(s) (of) (d) (ing) 




chyix 


brighter 


cihyc 


bungle(s) (d) (ing) (ingly) 




chyoz 


brilliant (ly) 


cijex 


buoyancy 




chyur 


brine 


cijiz 


buoyant 




ciafd 


bring (ing) (brought) (in) 


cijko 


burden(s) (ed) (ing) 




ciaks 


n ( ii ) ( •• ) about 


cijlu 


bureau (x) 




cialc 


ii ( ii ) ( •• ) forward 


cijmy 


burglar(s) (y) 




ciamb 


it brings 


cijna 


burn(s) (ing) (burnt) (out) 




ciapt 


may bring 


cijob 


burn (ing) (burnt) down 




cibaw 


must „ 


cijuc 


burning question 




ciben 


to bring about 


cijyd 


burst (ing) (up) 




cibip 


•• » up 


cikax 


M ( ,. ) OUt 




cibja 


will it bring 


cikez 


bury(s) (ing) (ied) 




cibke 


Brisbane 


cikib 


bush (es) (ed) 




cibli 


brisk (ly) 


cikoc 


beat (beating) about the bush 




cibmo 


Britannic 


cikro 


bushel(s) (of) 




cibnu 


British 


cikso 


(at) per bushel 




cibor 


„ Government 


ciktu 


business (es) 




cibus 


broach (es) (ed) (ing) 


cikud 


after business hours 




cibyt 


broad (ly) 


cikwa 


any „ 




cicep 


broadcast 


cikyf 


arrange the business 




cicir 


broader 


cilbi 


before business hours 




cicos 


broadest 


cilco 


business difficult 




cicra 


Broken HiU 


cildu 


„ has been done at 




cicse 


broker(s) 


cileb 


„ is very speculative 




cicti 


brokerage (of) See aho Commission 


cilfy 


„ not yet arranged 




cicwu 


„ divided 


cilga 


„ now arranged 




cicyv 


„ included 


cilhe 


„ to transact 




ciczy 


„ is 


cilic 


can recommend the business 




cidba 


„ must be paid by 


cilod 


„ you do the business 




cidce 


„ not included 


ciluf 


„ „ recommend the business 


ciddi 


„ „ to exceed 


cilyg 


cannot do the business 




Cidfo 


1 free of brokerage Brokerage— cant. 


cimjo 


„ recommend the business 


Business (es)~-cont, 



Cimku — Cooed 



decline the business Business (e3) — cont. 

do the business for 

good in the way of business ft>r 

if we (I) can manage to secure the business 

„ you can do the business 

„ „ cannot do the „ 

interferes with business 

large business (doing) 

mean(s) „ 

miss the business 

missed the „ 

must not miss the business 

no business 

not much business 

small business (doing) 

think the business 

i, we can do business if you can get (give) 
urgent business 
businesslike 
busy (ily) 
but 

ii a (an) 

„ about 

„ above 

„ after 

„ „ our(s) (my, mine) 

„ „ that 

„ „ their(s) (his, hers, its) 

„ „ your(s) 

„ again 

„ against 

„ all 

„ „ that (those) 

„ almost 

„ already 

„ also 

„ although 

„ altogether 

„ always 

„ among(st) 

„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 

„ apart from 

ii as 

„ ,, after 

„ „ before 

•> » if 

„ „ soon as 

„ „ well „ 

„ at 

„ because 

„ before 

„ below 

„ besides 

„ between 

„ beyond 

„ both 

•f by 

„ ,, means of 

„ concerning 

„ down 

„ during 

„ each 

„ either 

„ elsewhere 

„ even 

„ every (everybody, everywhere, everything) 

„ except 

„ for 

„ from 

„ further 

„ how 

„ however 

„ if 

>» .. after 

„ „ before But— cont 



civaj 


but if not 


civek 


ti 


„ they (he. she, it) 


civjy 


»> 


it we (I) 


civka 


„ 


•i you 


civic 


i> 


in 


civmi 


it 


„ regard to 


civno 


it 


„ as far as 


civom 


„ 


instead (of) 


civpu 


it 


into 


civun 


„ 


less 


civyp 


it 


likewise 


ciwak 


ii 


moreover 


cixel 


ii 


near 


cixim 


ii 


neither 


cixon 


ii 


nevertheless 


cixte 


„ 


not 


cixup 


ii 


„ above 


cixvi 


„ 


„ at all 


cixwo 


ii 


„ before 


cixyr 


ii 


„ below 


cixzu 


» 


„ beyond 


cizal 


„ 


„ if 


cizby 


,, 


it over 


cizca 


i? 


notwithstanding (that) 


cizde 


„ 


now 


cizem 


ii 


of 


cLzS 


n 


ti the 


cizgo 


1! 


on (upon) 


cizhu 


H 


only 


cizin 


» 


.. «f 


cizop 


N 


„ until 


cizur 


•1 


our(s) (my, mine) 


cizys 


n 


out of 


claub 


>• 


over 


clayc 


it 


owing to 


deal 


it 


since (that) 


cleem 


it 


so { „ ) 


clein 


ii 


some 


cleop 


•i 


somehow 


cleuj 


ii 


still 


cleyk 


91 


such 


cliat 


„ 


that (those) 


cliev 


II 


the 


clioz 


1) 


their(s) (his, hers, its) 


cloaf 


•• 


them (him, her) 


cloeg 


II 


then 


cloih 


II 


there 


cluoj 


If 


they (he, she, it) 


cluuk 


II 


this (these) 


cluyl 


•I 


though 


clyav 


•I 


„ not 


clyex 


II 


through 


clyiz 


II 


till (until) 


clyor 


II 


to 


clyus 


• 1 


unless 


coabt 


• 1 


up 


coahd 


If 


„ to 


coans 


M 


us (me) 


coark 


II 


we (I) 


cobab 


II 


what 


cobec 


■ 


when 


cobid 


II 


whenever 


cobru 


ti 


where 


cobsy 


II 


whether 


cobta 


„ 


which 


cobug 


„ 


whilst 


cobve 


II 


who 


cobwi 


it 


whom 


cobyh 




whose 


cob«o 


ll 


with 


cocac 


II 


within 


cocbu 


ll 


without 


coccy 


II 


yet 


cocda 


„ 


you 


coced 


.. 


your(») 



2? 

But — conl. 



28 Cocfe— Cotji 

ABABY— This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code word of 10 lette 



cocfe 

cocgi 

cocho 

cocif 

cocog 

cocuh 

cocyj 

codad 

codef 

codig 

codla 

codoh 

codpo 

coduj 

codyk 

coefd 

coeks 

coelc 

coemb 

coept 

coern 

cofaf 

cofeg 

cofih 

cofoj 

cofry 

cofsa 

cofte 

cofuk 

cofvi 

cofwo 

cofyl 

cofzu 

cogag 

cogca 

cogde 

cogeh 

cogfi 

coghu 

cogij 

cogok 

cogul 

cogym 

cohah 

cohik 

cohjy 

cohka 

cohle 

cohmi 

cohno 

cohol 

cohpu 

cohum 

cohyn 

coilg 

coimf 

coish 

cojaj 

cojek 

cojil 

cojom 

cojra 

cojse 

cojti 

cojun 

cojvo 

cojwu 

cojyp 

cojzy 

cokak 

cokba 

cokce 

cokdi 

cokel 

cokfo 



butt(s) (of) 
buy(s; (at) 
advise you not to buy 

„ ,, to buy 
are we (am I) authorised to buy 
at what price and quantity can you buy 
„ ii ii •• .. ma y we (I) buy 

, can you buy 

„ „ „ may we (I) buy 
but do not buy 
buy all 
„ altogether 
„ and carry over 
„ „ take up 
ii as 

„ „ quickly as possible 
„ at a little higher if necessary 
„ ,, about 
„• „ any price 
ii n best 
„ „ discretion 
ii ii limit 
„ „ not abov-; 
., „ once 

„ same rate, or lower if possible 

„ the advance 

„ „ decline 

„ your quotations 

balance 

cost and freight (C. & F.) 

„ , freight and insurance (C.I.F.) 
for 

„ account of 
„ delivery 
„ next account 
„ our (my) account 
„ this account 
forward 
free alongside 
„ in lighters 
„ on board 
>• » quay 
i, i. rail 
freely 
gradually 
if 

„ below 
in 
, „ addition (to) 
, „ „ to previous orders 
, „ „ „ unexecuted part of last order 
, largely 

moderately 
, more 
, no more 
, nothing 
, now 
, on 

, „ basis of 

, „ last terms or lower if possible 
, only 
, „ if 
, part 

, ,, or whole 
, quickly 

, ,, and quietly 
, quietly 
, ready 
, slowly 
, subject to 
i. to 

„ „ arrive (at) 
>• up to 
„ very cautiously 

when Buy(s)~ cont 



cokgu 

cokhy 

cokim 

cokon 

cokup 

cokyr 

colal 

colem 

colja 

colke 

colli 

colmo 

colop 

colpy 

colur 

colys 

comam 

comen 

comip 

comor 

comre 

comsi 

comto 

comvu 

comwy 

comyt 

comza 

conan 

conci 

conep 

confu 

congy 

conha 

conir 

conos 

conyv 

coogs 

cooht 

coolm 

coomp 

coorx 

coper 

copje 

copki 

coplo 

copmu 

copny 

copot 

coppa 

copuv 

copyx 

corar 

corov 

corri 

corso 

cortu 

corux 

corvy 

corxa 

coryz 

corze 

cosas 

cosbi 

cosdu 

coset 

cosfy 

cosga 

coshe 

cosiv 

cosox 

cosuz 

cosyb 

cotev 

cotix 

cotji 



It has no meaning. 8ae iYofu. c. 
buy when you think best Buy(s) — cont. 

„ ( — ) more if at same price 
can buy (at) 

„ „ cheaper 

„ „ cost and freight (C. & F.) 

„ „ „ , freight and insurance (C.I.F.) 

„ „ free alongside 

» n H in lighters 

„ „ „ on board 

ii i» »» •» quay 

i> ii »i ii rail 

.1 ii if 

„ „ more 

„ „ „ at same price 

„ „ to arrive 

„ |, with firm offer in hand 

„ „ „ immediate reply 

„ only buy 

„ probably buy 

„ „ „ at same price 

„ you buy 

ii •• ii more 

„ „ „ „ at same price 

•i » ii to arrive 
cannot buy 

„ any more 

„ „ at same price 

» at 

„ „ your limits 

„ „ „ quotations 
,, easily 
„ the whole 
„ to arrive 
could only buy 
difficult to „ 
do not buy 
„ „ „ above 
ii n ii anything 
•i ii i» •" 
,i ., » ii any price 
>» »i »» " 
>, .i » just now 
ii ii ii more 
„ „ „ to arrive 

unless 

easy to buy 
endeavour to buy 
good time „ 
have only been able to buy 
„ not „ „ ,i owing to 

» you „ „ „ 

hope to buy 

how much (many) shall we (I) buy 
,, .. ( „ ) did you buy 
„ i, ( ii ) ii and at wliat P n ' e 

if it suits buy 
„ you can buy 
„ „ cannot buy 
„ „ should „ 
may be able to buy 
„ we (I) buy 
•i i. (»i) n at 
,, » G,) » „ pr«ce named 
must buy 
„ not buy 
„ we (I) buy 
„ you buy 
no hurry to buy 
not to buy 

prefer not to buy at present 
shall buy no more 
„ we (I) buy 
•i ii '») ii " 
,. ii (,,) » more 
to buy Buy(s) — cont. 



Gotko — Cuhmu 



29 



unless you can buy Buy(s) — cont. 


cryez 


we (I) telegraphed you to buy, reply comes " sold " 


cryir 


what quantity can you buy 


cryos 


why did yon buy 


cryut 


„ „ ,, contrary to instructions 


cualt 


„ „ only buy part 


cuang 


will buy (if) 


cuaph 


„ not buy (unless) 


cuarf 


you may buy 


cubad 


m n part 


cubef 


„ „ whole or part 


cubig 


buyer(s) (at) 


cuboh 


as arranged with buyer(s) 


cubra 


buyer(s) are scarce 


cubse 


„ assent 


cubti 


„ but no sellers 


cubuj 


„ cautious 


cubvo 


„ dissent 


cubwu 


„ of 


cubyk 


„ rather than sellers 


cubzy 


„ repudiate (s) purchase 


cucaf 


„ stipulate (for) (that) 

„ to have the option of cancelling 


cucba 


cucce 


good buyers 


cucdi 


if buyer (s) 


cuceg 


„ no buyers 


cucfo 


large „ 


cucgu 


no buyers 


cuchy 


not bona fide buyers 


cucih 


„ buyers 


— 


now buyers where there were sellers 
obtain leave from buyer (s) 


cucoj 


cucuk 


on account of buyer (s) 


cucyl 


„ behalf of buyer(s) 


cudag 


principal buyers 


cudeh 


sellers, no buyers 


cudij 
cudja 


„ rather than buyers 


small buyers 


cudke 


strong „ 


cudli 


weak „ 


cudmo 


buying (at) 


cudnu 


at what price are you buying 


cudok 


await instructions before buying 


cudpy 
cudul 


awaiting „ „ „ 


bona fide buying 


cudym 


buying freely 


cufali 


„ from 


cunk 


„ gradually 
„ largely 


cufol 


cufre 


„ moderately 


cufsi 


„ nothing 


cufto 


do you advise buying 


cufum 


for our (my) guidance in buying 


cufvu 


„ your guidance in buying 


cufwy 


have stopped buying 


cufyn 


if buying 


cufza 


„ not buying 


cugaj 


„ others are buying 


cugbe 


little buying 


cugci 


neighbours buying 


cugdo 


„ not buying 


cugek 


not buying 


cugfu 


public buying 


cuggy 


,, not buying 


cugha 


reported buying 


cugil 


since buying 


cugom 


speculators buying 


cugun 


„ not buying 


cugyp 


stop buying 


cuhak 


think it a favourable time for buying 


cuhel 


„ „ an unfavourable time for buying 


cuhim 


who is (are) buying 


cuhje 


by 


cuhki 


by a (an) 


cuhlo 


„ and by By — cont. 


cuhmu 



by as By — cont. 

„ either 
„ itself 
„ not 

„ our(s) (my, mine) 
„ ourselves (myself) 
„ some 
„ that (those) 
„ the 
>i ii way 

„ their(s) (his, hers, its) 
„ them (him, her, it) 
„ themselves (himself, herself, itself) 
„ this (these) 
„ us (me) 
„ what 
„ which 
„ whom 
„ whose 
„ you 
„ your(8) 

„ yourself (yourselves) 
still by 
bylaw(s) 
C 
cabhiet(8) 

„ council 
„ maker(s) 
cable(s) (d) (ing) See also Telegram 

cablegram See Telegram 

cadmium 
cage(s) 
caisson(s) 
calamity (ies) 

calcination See also Plant 

ore will pay for calcination 
„ „ require „ 
will the ore require calcination 
calcine(s) (d) (ing) 
calciner(s) 
calcium 
calc-spar 

calculate(s) (d) (ing) (on) 
it is calculated (that) 

to 
calculation(s) 
rough calculation 
you must take into calculation 
Calcutta 
calibre(s) 

call(s) (ed) (ing) (on) See also Put, Shirks 

about to call up 

„ „ make a call 
buy the call of 
call and 

„ is necessary 

>i ii not „ 

„ „ ultra vires 

„ of ( — ) per share has been made 

ii „ (■— ) >. » proposed 

„ per share is 
call(s) (ed) (ing) attention to 
.1 (,,)(,,) for 
n ( » ) ( i. ) in 
>i ( ,, ) ( ii ) up 
consider call as 
if the calls are not paid 
intend making a call 
option to call 
recommend call being made 

„ „ not being made 

they (he, she, it) call(s) 
to call 

„ rr.ike a call (of) 
we (I) call Call(s) (ed) {ing)— cont. 



so 



Cuhny— Cuzka 



Oall(s) (ed) (Ing)— cont. 






what is the amount of the call 


cuply 


that they (he, she, itl cannot 


when is the call to be made 


cupma 


„ we (I) can 


would advise immediate call of 


cupne 


ii ti (») cannot 


you call 


cuppi 


N you can 


if shares are called 


cupuz 


„ „ cannot 


may be called 


cupyb 


there can 


shares have been called 


curev 


„ cannot 


„ „ not been called 


curix 


they (he, she, it) can 


„ will be called 


curoz 


i> ( „ „ ) » if 


„ „ not be called 


curru 


„ ( „ „ ) cannot 


to be called 


cursy 


this (these) can 


calm(s) (ed) (ing) 


curub 


„ ( ,, ) cannot 


oalmly 


curyc 


unless they (he, she, it) can 


cam(s) 


cusav 


„ we (I) can 


battery cam(s) 
cam shaft 


cusbu 


„ you can 


cuscy 


we (I) can 


came See Come 


cusda 


•> di) >i if 


can 


cusex 


„ („) cannot 


as it can 


cusfe 


what can 


„ „ cannot 


cusgi 


„ „ they (he, she, it) 


„ they (he, she) can 


cusho 


ii ii we (I) 


„ » ( n ii ) cannot 


cusiz 


•i ii you 


„ we (I) can 


cusob 


„ cannot 


ii >• (») cannot 


cusuc 


„ they (he, she, it) can 


„ you can 


cusyd 


>• >i ( ii ) cannot 


„ „ cannot 


cutax 


„ we (I) can 


but can 


cutez 


ii ii (,,) cannot 


,, cannot 


cutib 


„ you can 


can a (an) 


cutju 


„ ,, cannot 


„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 


cutky 


when can 


„ either 


cutla 


„ ,, they (he, she, it) 


„ neither 


cutni 


„ „ we (I) 


„ our (my) 


cutoc 


., ii you 


„ perhaps 


cutpo 


„ they (he, she, it) can 


,. the 


cutud 


„ we (I) can 


„ their (his, her) 


cutyf 


„ you can 


„ they (he, she, it) 


cuugs 


which can 


„ „ ( „ „ ,,) in the meantime 


cuuht 


„ cannot 


»» ii ( it » ») not 


cuulm 


„ (whom) they (he, she, it) can 


„ this (these) 


cuump 


>i (,,)-.( >i >i ) caw 


ii we (I) 


cuurx 


„ ( „ ) we (I) can 


„ „ („) in the meantime 


cuutz 


,i ( >, ) i> (.,) cannot 


,. ., („) not 


cuvaz 


„ ( „ ) you can 


„ you 


cuveb 


•i ( ii ) »s cannot 


„ „ in the meantime 


cuvic 


who can 


„ „ not 


cuvod 


„ cannot 


„ your 


cuvsa 


why can 


cannot 


cuvte 


„ „ they (he, she, it) 


„ our (my) 


cuvuf 


•i ii •< ( >i ii ) "ot 


„ their (his, her) 


cuwi 


•i ii we (I) 


„ they (he, she, it) 


cuvwo 


.1 i> „ (i.) not 


„ this (these) 


cuvyg 


ii ii you 


m we (I) 


cuvzu 


ii ii ii no* 


•i y° u 


cuxab 


„ cannot 


ii your 


cuxby 


with whom can they (he, she, it) 


how can 


cuxca 


•i ii ii we (I) 


„ „ they (he, she, it) 


cuxde 


•i ii ii you 


,. n we (I) 


cuxec 


you can 


ii >i you 


cuxfi 


,i >i if 


„ much can they (he, she, it) 


cuxgo 


„ cannot 


.1 ., » we (I) 


cuxhu 


Canada (ian(s)) 


, you 


cuxid 


Canadian Government 


„ they (he, she, it) can 


cuxof 


for Canada 


„ we (I) can 


cuxug 


from „ 


h you can 


euxyh 


in „ 


if they (he, she. it) can 


cuyhl 


to 


.. i> ( >i .. ) cannot 


cuymt 


canal(s) 


„ we (I) can 


cuync 


cancel (led) (ling) 


n n di) cannot 


cuypf 


at what can you cancel 


„ you can 


cuyrb 


cancel if you can 


„ „ cannot 


| cuysm 


cannot cancel 


nothing can 


j cuzac 


do not „ 


that can 


j cuzed 


have not the option to cancel 


„ cannot 


cuzif 


„ the option to cancel 


„ they (he, she, it) can Can — cont. 


1 cuzka 


1 is there the option to cancel 



Can— com 



Cancel (ted) (ling) — cont. 



Cuzle — Cypob 



Cancel (led) (ling) — cont 
must have the option to cancel 

„ not give the option to cancel 
on what terms can you cancel 
will cancel on condition that 

„ endeavour to cancel 
is (are) now cancelled 
not cancelled 

recommend being cancelled 
to be cancelled if 
until cancelled 
cancelment 
canderin(s) 
candidate(s) 
candls(s) 
candle power 
canned 

canvass (ed) (ing) 
cap(s) 

capable (ility) (uess) 
if capable 
„ not capable 
not capable (of) 
quite „ („) 
capacity (ies) (for) 
capacity of 
cubic capacity 
full capacity 
increase capacity of 
official capacity 
private „ 

what is the capacity (of) 
Cape(s) 

Cape. Government 
for the Cape 
from the „ 
in the Cape 
to „ 

Cape Colony 
Cape Town 

per capita [Reconstruct, Returns > 

capital(s) (of) (ly) See also Expenditure, Negotiations,} 
a (— ) not now paying but offering special facilities for the Introduction'! 
additional capital [Of capital/ 

all working capital subscriptions belong to 
amount of working capital available 

„ „ „ will be sufficient 

„ „ „ „ not be sufficient 

ample working capital 
are you prepared to take a (— ) requiring a working capital of 

, (-) „ ,. ,, (— )l 

can you get the capital underwritten [and a purchase price of! 

capital account 

„ „ expended on 

„ already subscribed 

„ exclusive of working capital 

„ expenditure for month 

„ » (on) 

„ „ on buildings 

„ „ „ cyanide plant 

„ „ „ maciiineiy and plant 

„ „ „ mine development 

„ „ „ reservoirs and dams 

„ fully paid 

„ „ subscribed 

„ must be over 
„ „ under 

„ „ not be over 

ii » ii » under 

„ not fully subscribed 

,, of the proposed company must be kept as low 

,, required [as possible 

„ to be increased by 

„ „ reduced by 

„ uncalled 

„ which will remain unissued is 

Cjfital{s) (?>•)— conf. 



cyhzo 

cyibt 

cyihd 

cyins 

cyirk 

cyjan 

cyjby 

cyjca 

cyjde 

cyjep 

cyjfi 

cyjgo 

cyjhu 

cyjir 

cyjos 

cyjut 

cykap 

cyker 

cykis 

cykjy 

cykka 

cykle 

cykmi 

cykno 

cykot 

cykpu 

cykuv 

cykyx 

cylar 

C3'les 

cylit 

cylov 

cylry 

cylsa 

cylte 

cylux 

cylvi 

cylxo 

cylzu 

cymas 

cymba 

cymce 

cymdi 

cymet 

cymfo 

cymgu 

cymhy 

cymiv 

cymox 

cymuz 

cymyb 

cynat 

cynev 

cynix 

cynja 

cynke 

cyn'.i 

cynrno 

cynnu 

cynoz 

cynpy 

cynub 

cynyc 

cyotd 

cyoks 

cycle 

;yomb 

cyopt 

cyorn 

cypav 

cypex 

cypiz 

cypob 



31 



0apltal(8) (ly) — cont. 



capital will be Issued at 

„ ( — ) paid up 
company has ( — ) working capital [sufficient 

„ „ only ( — ) working capital v/hich is not 

consider proposed capital 

„ „ „ of ( — ) excessive 

» ii n (— ) too little 

do you (they) think shareholders would agree to in- 
floating capita] [crease of i 
further working capital required 
has ( — ) company sufficient working capital 
how much capital 

of the new capital 

„ „ can be raised 

„ „ has been taken 

will be set aside for working capital 
„ „ „ audhow 

in order to provide working capital [much for vendors 
increase of capital 

ii i > agreed to 

„ „ decided upon 

i, „ ,, ,, to meet 

„ ,, interdicted 

increased capital 
insufficient „ 
issue of new capital 

,, „ contemplated 

„ „ decided on 

it would be most disadvantageous to increase the 
large proportion of the working capital [capital 

must be set aside for „ „ 

„ have more working capital 
„ „ working capital 
new capital 
„ „ fully subscribed 
„ „ not fully subscribed 
„ „ will be issued shortly 
nominal capital 

„ „ of ( — ) is ( — ), subscribed capita! ( — ), 

of the capital [of which ( — ) is paid up 

„ „ new capital 

„ this working capital ( — ) is to be guaranteed 
(of this „ „ (— ) „ „ The 

purchase consideration is payable ( — ) in cash and 
the balance in shares 
paid-up capital 
proposed „ 

„ increase of capital 
,i i, „ not sanctioned 

ii H i, sanctioned 

requires about ( — ) for working capital 
requiring a working capita! of 
reserve capital (is) 

shares will be set aside for working capital 
should be set aside for working capital 
subscribed capital (is) 
the whole of the capital 
to be charged to working capital 
„ M set aside for „ „ 

„ call up capital 

„ find capital [crease of capital) 

we are quite sure shareholders would not sanction in- j 
we are quite sure shareholders would sanction increase of capital 
what is the amount of working capital (of) 
„ ,, capital 
„ ,, reserve capital 

„ „ subscribed capital and how much paid 
„ will be required for working capital 
who will underwrite the capital 
why is the ( — ) company increasing its capita! 
will amount of working capital be sufficient 
will amount of working capital be sufficient to put company I 
,, be set aside for working capital [dend paying r 
, , be set aside for working capital and (— ) for promotion 
with adequate capital could work most succes. 
Ca*ital(s) (ly)—, 



82 Cypse— Dagyl 

A BABY — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code word of 10 letters 

Capital(s) (ly) — cont. 
with the view of providing capital 
„ „ „ working capital 

„ ,, „ the necessary working 

working capital [capital 

„ is exhausted 

„ to be guaranteed by 

working capital to be guaranteed by (— ) In consideration of 

„ „ subscribed for at (— ) and guaranteed bj us In 

working capital ( — ) shares (.consideration of 

capitalisation (of) 



capitalise (s) (d) (log) (at) 

capitalist(s) 

capitation 

captain(s) 

capture(s) (d) (ing) (by) 

car(s) 

carat(s) (of) 

carats per ioo loads 

t (— ) grains 
value per carat 
carbonates 
seam of carbonates 
carboy(s) (of) 
carcass (es) (of) 
cardinal (ly) 
care(s) (d) (ing) (to) 

it of 

„ „ British Consul 

„ „ Post Office 

•i ii ( — ) Consul 
greatest care 

take(s) (n) (ing) care (that) (to) 
ii (») ( ii ) i> not to 
(») ( II ) M of 
with care 

careful (ly) (to) (ness) 
be very careful 
must be more careful 
very carefully 
careless (ly) (ness) (of) 
cargo (es) (of) 
condition of the cargo 
part of the cargo 
remainder of the cargo (per) 
carpenter(s) 
carriage(s) (of) 

„ free 
land carriage 
water ,, 

what is the cost of carriage 
carry (ies) (ing) (ied) (out) (ier(s)) 

„ („)(„)(„) forward 
,, (,,)(.,)(,,) over 
„ („)(„)(„) through 
can carry over 

„ you carry over 
cannot carry over 
to carry 
will carry over 

„ not carry over 
carried by 
„ in 
„ over 
„ to 
cart(s) 

cartload(s) (of) 
case(s) (of) (d) (ing) 
as in the case of 
if such be not the case 

„ the case 
in all cases 
„ any case 
„ case of 

,. most case* 



dadne 
dadog 
dadpi 
daduh 
dadyj 
daegs 
daeht 
daelm 
daemp 
daerx 
daetz 
dafad 
dafef 
dang 
dafoh 
dafru 
dafsy 
dafta 
dafuj 
dafyk 
dafzo 
dagaf 
dagbu 
dagcy 
See also Circumstances j dagda 
dageg 
dagfe 
daggi 
dagho 
dagih 
dagoj 
daguk 
dagyl 



cyzso 

cyztu 

cyzuk 

cyzvy 

cyzwa 

cyzyl 

cyzze 

daalg 

daamf 

daars 

daash 

dabaz 

dabeb 

dabic 

dabod 

dabro 

dabsu 

dabty 

dabuf 

dabva 

dabwe 

dabyg 

dacab 

dacbo 

daccu 

dacdy 

dacec 

dacfa 

dacge 

dachi 

dacid 

dacof 

dacug 

dacyh 

dadac 

daded 

dadif 

dadjo 

dadku 

dadly 

dadrna 



It has no meaning. See Preface 
Ca6e(s) (d) (ing)— cont. 



Case(s) (d) {ing) — cont. 



in our (my) case 
,, such a case 
,, that case 
„ their (his, her) case 
„ which case 
i. your „ 
of the „ 
serious „ 
since this is the case 
such cases 

„ is not the case 

„ „ the case 
the case 
(to) state a case 
case of need 
in case of need (you may) 
only in case of need 
cash (es) (ed) (ing) (against) 
accept only payment in cash 
against cash 
cash account 

„ basis 

„ in exchange for 

„ „ „ „ documents 

„ less ( — ) per cent. 

„ on delivery 

n or 

„ payment 
for cash 
half „ 
in „ 

„ „ as to (— ) part 
n » •• ii (.—) per cent. 
„ equal cash instalments on following dates 
net cash 
offers cash 
payable in cash 

„ „ and shares 

cashier(s) (ed) (ing) 
cask(s) (of) 
in casks 

cassiterite See Tin 

casual (ly) 
casualty (ies) 
catalogue (s) 
catch (es) (ing) (caught) 
caterpillar(s) 
cattle 
caucus 
caunter 

at junction of caunter 
on branch of caunter 
cause(s) (d) (ing) (by) 
and cause 

(-) to 
arising from any cause beyond our (my) control 

„ „ „ „ their (his, her) control 

„ „ „ whatever 

„ „ other cause 

ascertain the cause 
cannot ascertain the cause 
cause for 

*i of 
chief cause (of) (for) 
from some cause 
material cause 
no apparent cause 
„ cause (for) 
(or) any other cause 

( „ ) „ „ beyond our (my) control 

( „ ) from any other cause 
primary cause 
probable „ 
secondary ,, 
(to) show „ Cause(s) (d) (ing)— cont. 



Daha^ — jDebja 



33 



Causo(s) (d) (ing)- 



dajyn 

dajzu 

dakaj 

dakek 

dakli 

dnkil 

dakom 

dakun 

dakyp 

dalak 

dalel 

dalim 

daljy 

dalno 

dalup 

dalyr 

tfamal 

damem 

ciainop 

damra 

damse 

damti 

damur 

damvo 

damwu 

damys 

danam 

danba 

dandi 

danen 

danfo 

dangu 

danhy 

danip 

danor 

danus 

danyt 

dapan 

dapep 

dapir 

dapja 

dapke 

dapli 

dapmo 

dapnu 

dapos 

dappy 



to cause 

this will cause 

what is the cause (of) 

how was it caused 

caution(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 

act with great caution 

recommend caution 

to caution 

cautious fly) (ness) 

be more cautious 

not sufficiently cautious 

one must be cautious in 

cave(s) (d) (ing(s)) (in) 

ground has caved in 

caving in has taken place at 

extensive cavings in 

there are no signs of caving in 

to prevent caving in 

caveat 

cease(s) (d) (ing) (to) (less) 

cede(s) (d) (ing) (to) 

celebrate(s) (d) (ing) 

celebration (of) 

cell(s) 

cement(s) (ed) (ing) 

casks of cement 

censor (ship) 

censure(s) (d) (by) (ing) (able) 

cent(s) (centime(s)) (centesb.no (i)) 

per cent. 
£ cent 
i » 

2 cents 

2£ >, 

3 M 

4 .1 

5 ,, 

6 „ 

7 .. 

7k .. 

8 ,, 

9 .. 



" i 

12 , 
I2j , 

*3 . 
M i 

15 i 

16 , 

17 i 
171 , 

18 , 

19 : 
20 

21 
22 
22j 

23 
24 

25 
26 

27 

27* 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

3*1 

33 
34 
35 
36 
37 



Cer.l{s) (Ccutimc{s)) (Cattesimo (i))- 







Cent(s) (Centimo^s)) (Centesimo (i))- 


-con 


ng) — cont. i 


daput 


37i cents 






dapyv 


38 „ 






darap 


39 .. 






darsi 


4° .. 






darto 


41 H 






daryx 


42 .. 






darza 


42* ,. 






dasar 


43 .. 






dasbe 


44 11 






dasci 


45 .. 






dasdo 


4 6 » 






dases 


47 .. 






dasfu 


47l .. 






dasgy 


48 „ 






dasha 


49 M 






dasit 


50 ,. 






dasov 


5i » 






dasux 


5 2 N 






dasyz 


521 ,. 






datas 


53 .. 






datet 


54 » 






datox 


55 .. 






datuz 


56 „ 






datyb 


57 .. 






daubt 


57% » 






daurk 


58 „ 






davat 


59 » 




Sit Blame 


davev 


60 „ 






davix 


61 ., 






davoz 


62 „ 






davso 


62j „ 






davtu 


63 „ 






davub 


64 ,. 






dawy 


65 ,. 






davwa 


66 „ 






davyc 


67 pi 






davze 


67* .. 






daxbi 


68 „ 






daxco 


69 „ 






daxdu 


70 ,, 






daxex 


7 1 » 






daxfy 


72 ., 






daxga 


72J .. 






daxhe 


73 .. 






daxiz 


74 » 






daxob 


75 » 






daxuc 


76 » 






daxyd 


77, n 






dayfd 


771 » 






dayks 


78 ,, 






daylc 


79 » 






daymb 


80 „ 






(taypt 


81 „ 






dayrn 


82 „ 






dazax 


82J „ 






dazib 


83 ., 






dazji 


84 .. 






dazko 


85 ,. 






dazlu 


86 „ 






dazmy 


87 .. 






dazna 


87I .. 






dazoc 


88 „ 






dazpe 


89 „ 






dazud 


90 .. 






dazyf 


9 1 M 






deafd 


92 » 






deaks 


92I 1. 






dealc 


93 n 






deamb 


94 * 






deapt 


95 h 






dearn 


96 H 






debaw 


97 « 






deben 


97* « 






debip 


98 ,. 




10 (0) — cont 


debja 


99 -. 





84 



Debke — Devle 



cental(s) (of) 

(at) per cental 

centigramme(s) (of) 

centilitre(s) (of) 

centime(s) Se* also Cent 

centimetre (s) 

central (ly) 

centralisation 

centre (s) (d) (ing) 

century (ies) 

cerealls) 

ceremony (ies) 

certain (to) (ly) (ty) See also Confident, Positive 

are you certain (that) (about) (of) 

be certain (of) (that) 

by no means certain (of) (that) 

certain to be 

„ have 
do not consider this as certain 
for certain 
from „ 

if certain (of) (that) 
„ not certain (of) (that) 
is it certain (that) 
less „ 

make certain before 
more „ 
they are (he, she, it is) certain (of) (that) 

M ( „ „ ) not certain (of) (that) 
too certain (of) (that) 
very „ („)(„) 
we are (I am) certain (of) (that) 

,, ( „ ) not certain (of) (that) 
whether certain 
you are certain (of) (that) 

„ not certain (of) (that) 
and certainly 
as it „ (is) 
but „ 
may „ 
most „ 
or „ 

there is „ 

certificate(s) (of) (d) See also Register, Scrip, 

against certificate(s) of [Transfer 

are (is) the certificate(s) ready 
assay certificate(s) 
certificate (s) Colony to London 

„ in order 

„ „ the name of 

„ London to Colony- 

No. 

„ „ ( — ) lost [reference to us 

„ » ( — ) ii do not deal with it without 

„ not in order 

„ „ ready 

„ of analyst (s) 

„ „ survey 

„ on register 

„ ready 

„ registered 

i, to be 

•i „ „ registered in the name of 

ii ii bearer 

n „ order 

consular certificate 
engineer's „ 
expert's „ 

if certificates 
in „ of 

„ large certificates 
,, small ,, 

,, whose name do you want certificates made out 
inscribed certificate (s) 
legalised by certificate Certificate® (d)—cont. 



dekwa 

dekyf 

delbi 

delco 

deldu 

deify 

delga 

delhe 

delyg 

demjo 

demku 

demly 

demma 

demne 

dempi 

demyh 

denro 

densu 



denty 



denva 

denxe 
denyj 

denzi 

deohl 

deomt 

deonc 

deopf 

deorb 

deosm 

depbo 

depcu 

depdy 

depfa 

depge 

dephi 

depyk 

derju 

derky 

derla 

derme 

derni 

derpo 

deryl 

desru 

dessy 

desta 

desve 

deswi 

desym 

deszo 

detbu 

detcy 

detda 

detfe 

detgi 

detho 

detyn 

deult 

deung 

deuph 

deurf 

devjy 

devka 

devle 



manager's certificate Certiflcate(s) (d) — cont. 

mining certificate(s) 

new for old certificates 

no certificate® [month | 

„ „ have been issued by us during past) 

J"" > ii ii •» •» >i ii »» » 

I six w 

(no certificates have been issued by us during past 

{ two months 

provisional certificate(s) 

registered „ 

sanitary „ 

send certificate(s) 

„ certificates in the name of 

„ engineer's certificated) 

„ expert's „ 

„ manager's ,, 

„ provisional „ 
share certificate(s) 

(since issuing certificate No. ( — ), which was issued 
more than a month ago, and not including it, we 
have issued certificates for ( — ) shares to date (or 
to-) 
since issuing certificate No. ( — ), which was issued 
more than six weelcs ago, and not including it, we 
have issued certificates for ( — ) shares to date (or 
to - ) 

since issuing certificate No. ( — ), which was issued 
more than ( — ) ago and not including it, we have 
issued certificates for ( — ) shares to date (or to — ) 
the last certificate issued by us is No. [shares) 

i. » (— ) for (— )i 

fwe have issued certificate to your register for ( — ) 

\ shares in the name of 

we require certificates to bearer 

„ „ registered certificates 
with certificate(s) 
without „ 
certification 

certify (ies) (ied) (ing) (by) 
certiorari 
cestui que trust 
chain(s) (ed) (ing) 
Chairman (men) 
for the Chairman 
from the Chairman 
to the Chairman 
Vice-Chairman 
chaldron(s) (of) 
chalk (y) 

challenge (s) (d) (ing) (by) 
chamber(s) 
Chamber of Commerce 

„ Mines 

Chamberlain 
Lord Chamberlain 
chance (s) (d) (ing) 
by chance 
even chance 
if you see a chance 
not much chance 

„ the slightest chance 
stand a good chance 
take our chance 
„ their (his, her) chance 
„ your chance 
there is a „ 
unless there is a chance 
while „ „ „ 
Chancellor(s) (y) 

„ of the Exchequer 

Lord Chancellor 

Chancery See alse Court 

in Chancery 
change(s) (d) (ing) (in) Change® (d) (ing)— cottt. 



Devml — Dikwo 



35 



Change(8) (d) (ing)— cont. 




advise if any material change takes place 


dicuz 


every change 


dicva 


if any „ 


dicwe 


,, no „ 


dicyb 


is there any change (in) 


diczi 


little change 


didbo 


otherwise there is no change 


didcu 


telegraph every change 


diddy 


there is a favourable change 


didev 


„ an unfavourable change 


didge 


„ no change 


didhi 


to change 


didix 


unexpected change 


didoz 


changed by 


didub 


to 


didyc 


chaos 


diefd 


chapter(s) 


dieks 


character 


diemb 


character and ability 


diept 


the same character as 


diern 


what is the character of 


difex 


characterise(s) (&) (ing) (by) 


difiz 


characteristic (ally) (ness) (of) 


difju 


which have (has) been characteristic of 


difky 


„ is characteristic of 


difla 


charge(s) (to) 


difme 


add charges 


difni 


all 


difob 


and charge (s) 


difpo 


are charges included 


difuc 


charge (s) added 


difyd 


ii are 


digax 


„ deducted 


digez 


„ extra 


digib 


„ not added 


digoc 


„ „ deducted 


digru 


., on 


digsy 


co^t and charges 


digta 


debit us with all charges 


digud 


each charge 


digve 


exclusive of chajges 


digyf 


extra charge^) 


digzo 


fixed „ 


dihaz 


floating „ 


dihbu 


free of „ 


dihey 


heavy „ 


dihda 


in charge (of) 


diheb 


inclusive of charges 


dihfe 


landing charges 


dihgi 


left in charge 


dihho 


less charges 


dihic 


local chargc(s) 


dihod 


no charge (s) 


dihuf 


our (my) charge(s) (is, are) 


dihyg 


pay charges 


dijab 


reasonable charge(s) 


dijec 


shipping and landing charges 


dijid 


„ charges 


dijka 


take charge (of) 


dijle 


to charge 


dijmi 


„ take charge (of) 


dijno 


their (his, her) charge(s) (is, are) 


dijof 


unusual charge(s) 


dijpu 


usual charge(s) 


dijug 
dijyh 


what is (arc) the charge(s) 


who has charge of 


dikac 


„ is to pay the charges 


diked 


your charge (s) (is, are) 


dikif 


charged (to) 


dikog 


for 


dikry 


ii on 


diksa 


„ to them (him, her) 


dikte 


„ „ us (me) 


dikuh 


m .. y°a 


dikvi 


net charged 


dikwo 



charging (to) 
charter(s) 
chartered (by) 
charterer(s) 
chartering (of) 
charter-party (ies) 
Charters Towers 
chase(s) (d) (ing) 
cheap (ly) (ness) 
as cheap as possible 
dirt cheap 
if cheap 
„ not cheap 
unless ,, 
cheaper (than) 

if . ,. ( „ ) 
is it cheaper (than) 
much „ ( „ ) 

not , » ( ., ) 
whichever cheaper 
cheapest 
check(s) (ed) (ing) 
cheerful (ly) (ness) 
chemical(s) (ly) 
chemist(s) 
cheque(s) (on) 

i, lost, stop same 

,i not paid 

» paid 
pay cheque(s) 
chert 

chest(s) (of) 
chief ay) 
Chief Justice 
child (ren) 
Chili (Chilian(s)) 
Chilian Government 
for Chili 
from „ 
In „ 
to 

chimney(s) 
ore chimney(s) 
China (Chinese) 
Chinese Government 
for China 
from „ 
in „ 
to 

chlorinate(s) (d) (ing) 
chlorinated ( — ) tons 
chlorination 
by the chlorination process 
chlorination process 

„ works 

„ will 
how are chlorination works working 
chlorite 

„ schist 
choice (of) 
is there any choice 
no choice in the matter 
take their (his, her) choice 

,, your choice 
choke(s) 
choke damp 
cholera 

choose(s) (ing) (chosen) 
cannot choose 

not much to choose between 
to choose 
Christmas 
chromite 
chronic 
ohute(s) Ckule(t)- 



-eor.t. 



86 Dikyj— Dodvy 

ABABY — This cijher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code word of 10 letters 



chute above ( — ) level Chute(s) — oont. 


ditci 


„ below ( — ) „ 


ditdo 


„ has pinched out 


ditem 


„ „ widened 


ditfu 


„ is dipping 


ditgy 


„ „ likely to hold out 
„ „ pinching out 


ditha 


ditin 


„ „ unchanged 


ditop 


„ not likely to hold out 


ditur 


„ of ore (in) 


ditys 


from this chute (we) 


diuhl 


gold in chute 


diumt 


have opened out a fine chute of ore 


diunc 


new chute 


diupf 


pay n 


diurb 


poor „ 


divam 


rich „ 


diven 


telegraph full particulars of chute 


divip 


what is the average assay of chute 
,i dip of chute 


divji 


divko 


» size V | 


divlu 


cipher(s) 


divmy 


circuit(s) (ous) 


divna 


short circuit 


divor 


circular (of) 


divpe 


our circular (of — > (or No. — ) 


divus 


refer(s) to circular (of — ) (or No. — ) 


divyt 


your circular (of — ) (or No. — ) 


dixan 


circulate (s) (d) (ing) (through) 


dixep 


circulation (of) 


dixir 


in circulation 


dixos 


not in „ 


dixut 


circumference(s) (of) 


dixwa 


circumscribe(s) (d) (ing) (by) 


dixyv 


circumstance(s) See also Case 


dixze 


according to circumstances 


dizap 


all circumstances 


dizbi 


„ „ being considered 


dizco 


be guided by circumstances 


dizdu 


every circumstance 


dizer 


extraordinary circumstances 


dizfy 


future circumstances 


dizga 


if circumstances permit 


dizis 


„ ii will not permit 


dizot 


in bad circumstances 


dizuv 


„ circumstances 


dizyx 


„ good circumstances 


doalt 


no circumstances 


doarf 


ordinary circumstances 


dobaf 


owing to „ [has) no control 


dobbi 


n i, over which they have (he, she 


dobco 


n „ „ we (I) have no 


dobdu 


„ which circumstances [control 


dobfy 


peculiar circumstances of the case 


dobga 


state the „ 


dobhe 


that (those) circumstance(s) 


dobih 


the circumstances 


doboj 


„ present circumstances 


dobuk 


this (these) circumstance(s) 


dobyl 


under any circumstances 


docag 


•> no „ 


doceh 


» the „ 


docij 


„ ,, present circumstances 


docna 


„ these circumstances 


docok 


„ what ,, 


docpe 


unless circumstances 


docul 


circumstantial (ly) 


docym 


citation(s) 


dodah 


city (ies) 


dodik 


in the city of 


dodol 


„ this „ 


dodri 


civil (ly) 


dodso 


civility (ies) 


dodtu 


claim(s) (ed) (ing) (to) See also Jumpers 


dodum 


a block of claims €laim(s) {ed) (ing) — cont. 


dodvy 



It has no meaning. See Preface, 
abandon the claims Claim(s) (ed) (ing) — cont. 

,,. (-) „ 
acquire deep level (lead) claims 
acquisition of dip claims 

„ „ the claim (s) 

adjacent claim (s) 
adjoining „ 

„ ,, ought not to be bought 

ii H H to be bought 

advise securing the claims 

„ to have nothing to do with the claims 
all claims 
alluvial claims 
amount of claim(s) 
and deep level (lead) claims 
any claim(s) 

approximately of ( — ) claims 
block of claims adjoins 
„ „ deep level (lead) claims 
„ on ist line of claims 
„ „ 2nd „ „ 
»i ii 3^0. 11 ,1 

.» 11 4 tn n •• 
„ „ (-) „ 
can buy ( — ) claims (for — ) 

„ claims be jumped 
claim admitted 
claim(s) adjoin(s) 

„ are being actively developed 

11 ii _ 11 pegged 

„ „ intact 

„ „ not being pegged 

„ „ put in at ( — ) per claim against working 

,1 „ worked out [capital of 

„ cannot be jumped 

„ consist of main reef claims 

„ disputed 

1, east of 

11 for 

„ „ damages 

„ from 

„ have been jumped 

„ holders 

„ is (are) 

„ ,, ( „ ) near 

„ jumped because license not been paid 

„ leased 

„ „ from B.S.A. Co. 

„ liable to be jumped 

„ likely „ „ 

„ not likely to be jumped 

„ made 

„ north of 

11 on 

„ „ dip of main reef 

„ „ leader 

„ „ main reef 

„ „ the dip 

„ „ „ line of main reef 

, reef 

„ registered in the name of 

„ settled 

„ south of 

„ threatened to be jumped 

„ transferred (to) 

„ west of 

„ withdrawn 
consists of ( — ) claims 
deep deep level claims 

„ level (lead) „ 
diggers' claims 
dip claim(s) 
dispute claim 
do not „ 
„ „ dispute claim Claim(s) (ed) (ing) — cont. 



Dodwa — DoYyh 



df 





Clalm(s) (ed) (ing) — cont. 




dodwa 1 


do not recommend purchase of deep level (lead) claims 


domfi 


dodyn 


» you „ „. „ „ „ ( „ ) „ 


domgo 


dodze 


„ „ „ ,, „( — ) block of claims for 


domhu 


doebt 


„ „ „ saleof( — ) block ofclaims for about 


domit 


doehd 


first row deep level claims 


domux 


doens 


forward full particulars of claim(s) 


domyz 


dofaj 


fourth row deep level claims 


doniv 


dofbo 


get refusal of the claims until 


donjy 


dofcu 


good deep level (lead) claims 


donka 


dofdy 


ground consists of main reef and dip claims 


donle 


dofek 


have claims on reef and dip 


don mi 


doffa 


„ got refusal of the following claims 


donox 


dofge 


„ (has) abandoned ( — ) claims 


donpu 


dofhi 


„ ( „ ) not abandoned the claims 


donuz 


dofil 


n ( » ) ., pegged claims 


donyb 


dofom 


i) ( i» ) pegged claims 


dooct 


dofyp 


„ heard privately that the (—) claims are for sale- Telegraph 1 
„ secured ( — ) claims [whether you are Inclined to buy) 


doolg 


dogak 


doomf 


dogel 


„ the claims been transferred 


doosh 


dogim 


„ ,, transferred at once 


dopix 


dogjo 


„ they (has he, she) any claim(s) 


dopoz 


dogku 


„ you abandoned the claims 


dopsa 


dogly 


„ „ any claim(s) 


dopte 


dogne 


how many claims 


dopub 


dogpi 


„ „ „ have been pegged 


dopvi 


dogyr 


,, „ deep level (lead) claims 


dopwo 


dohal 


if a lawful claim 


dopyc 


dohin 


„ claim be 


dorav 


dohro 


including deep level (lead) claims 


dorba 


dohsu 


is claim 


dorce 


dohty 


jumped claim(s) 


dordi 


dohur 


mining claims 


dorex 


dohva* 


must not risk claims being jumped 


dorfo 


dohxe 


no claim 


dorgu 


dohys 


offered a property of ( — ) claims 


dorhy 


doifd 


on the basis of ( — ) shares per claim 


doriz 


doiks 


our (my) claim(s) 


doruc 


doilc 


„ deep level (lead) claims 


doryd 


doimb 


outcrop claims 


dosax 


doipt 


particulars of claim 


dosez 


doirn 


per claim 


dosib 


dojbu 


press „ 


dosoc 


dojcy 


prospectors' claim (s) 


dosud 


dojda 


quartz claims 


dosyf 


dojen 


recommend purchase of claims mentioned (at) 


dotaz 


dojfe 


„ „ „ deep level (lead) claims 


doteb 


dojgi 


„ sale of claims mentioned (at) 


dotic 


dojho 


second row deep level claims 


dotod 


dojip 


see that claims are properly registered in the name of 


dotra 


dojor 


settle claim 


dotse 


dojus 


several adjoining claims 


dotti 


dojyt 


„ claims 


dotuf 


dokan 


shall we (I) claim 


dotvo 


dokep 


size of claim is 


dotwu 


dokir 


their (his, her) claim 


dotyg 


dokju 


third row deep level claims 


dotzy 


dokky 


to prevent claims being jumped 


dougs 


dokla 


vein runs into adjacent claims 


douht 


dokme 


what is the amount of the claim 


— 


dokni 


when the claim(s) 


doulm 


dokos 


„ „ are abandoned 


doump 


dokpo 


» » >• pegged 


dourx 


dokut 


„ „ „ transferred 


doutz 


doler 


your claim 


dovab 


dolis 


claimed by 


dovbe 


dolru 


if claimed 


dovci 


dolta 


„ not claimed 


dovdo 


doluv 


not claimed 


dovec 


dolve 


claimant(s) (to) 


dovfu 


dolxi 


clash (es) (ed) (ing) (with) 


dovgy 


dolyx 


class (es) 


dovha 


dolio 


all classes 


dovid 


domby 


first class 


dovof 


domca 


second class 


Jovug 


dcmde 


what class 


dovyh 



classification (of) 

classify (ies) (ied) (ing) (by) 

clause(s) 

alteration in clause(s) is not necessary 

„ necessary in clause(s) 
appropriation clause 
approve of the clause (s) 
arbitration clause 
attestation „ 
cancel „ 

cancelling „ 
clause No. 
compensation clause 
containing the „ 
delete clause(s) (No. — ) 
do you approve of the clause(s) (No. — ) 
following clause (s) 
forfeiture clause 
guarantee „ 
if clause (No. — ) 
indemnity clause 
insert the following clause(s) 
object to clause(s) (No. — ) 
referring to „ (No. — ) 
several clauses 
substitution clause 
under clause (No. — ) 
waiver „ 

what is the clause referred to 
with arbitration clause 

,, clause (No. — ) 
without arbitration clause 

„ clause (No. — ) 
clay 

clean(s) (ed) (ing) (ly) 

clean (ed) (ing) up 

,, up after run of ( — ) days is ( — ) ozs. 

„ „ is disappointing 

» » ii good 

„ „ „ not good 

» ii ii poor 

„ „ „ very good 

„ „ on ( — ), telegraph result 

„ „ since last report ( — ) ozs. 

„ „ totals ( — ) ozs. 

,, „ will be 

do not intend to clean up until 

partial clean up 

what is the result of the clean up 

„ „ „ „ for the past month 

when will clean up take place 

cleaned up on ( — ) result is ( — ) ozs. 

clear (s) (ed) (ing) (up) (ance) See also Distinct 

is not clear 

clearer (.than) 

clearly 

cleavage 

in the cleavage 

cleave(s) (ing) (cleft) See Separate, Split 

clerk(s) 

client(s) (of) 

clientele (of) 

climate 

climax 

climb (s) (ed) (ing) 

clique 

Cloncurry 

Close(s) (d) (ing) (with) (ly) See also Secure 

advise you to close 

after the close (of) 

as close as possible 

before the close (of) 

can close (at) 
„ you close (at) 

cannot close (at) Closers) (<*) (ing) (ly)—amt. 



38 



Doxac — Dumev 





Closes) (d) (ing; (ly) —com*. 




Code(8) (d) (Ing)— cont. 


may we (I) (they, he, she) close (at) 


dudta 


see Supplement to the Standard Shipping Code 


until the close (of) 


dudve 


Standard Shipping Code 


closed about 


dudwi 


Supplement to the Standard Shipping Code 


ii at 


dudyr 


message incorrectly coded ; repeat 


„ with 


dudzo 




have (has) closely 


dufal 




closer (than) 


dufby 




closest 


dufca 




closure 


dufde 




cloud(s) (ed) (y) 


dufem 




club(s) 


duffi 


code word(s) 


clumsy (ily) (iness) 


dufgo 


read next code word from Arbitrage Code, Edition A 


coal(s) (ed) (ing) (at) 


dufhu 


ii ii i» ii ii i» ii " 


anthracite coal 


dufin 


ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ** 


bituminous coal 


dufop 


„ „ „ „ Broomhall's Code 


block coal 


dufys 


„ „ „ „ Standard Shipping Code 


Boksburg coal 


dugen 


„ „ „ „ Supplement to the Standard Shipping) 
read next 2 code words from Arbitrago Code, Edition A [Code} 


brown coal(s) 


dugip 


caking coal 


dugjy 


D 
11 11 11 11 ft II 11 ° 


cannel „ 


dugka 


• 1 11 ft 11 11 11 II ^ 


Cardiff „ 


dugle 


„ „ „ „ „ Broomhall's Code 


coal extends over ( — ) acres 


dugmi 


„ „ „ „ „ Standard Shipping Code 


„ field(s) 


dugpu 


„ „ „ „ „ Supplement to the Standard Shipping Coda 




, has been discovered (here) 


dugyt 


i> ii ( — ) ii ii Arbitrage Code, Edition A 




, is a good hard 


duhan 


ii ii ( — ) ii « if h »» B 




, „ bad 


duhep 


n ii ( — ) ii ii ii ii n C 




, „ soft 


duhir 


„ „ ( — ) „ „ Broomhall's Code 




, „ very dirty 


duhos 


ii ii (—) ii ii Standard Shipping Code 




, measure(s) 


duhry 


ii ii ( — ) ii ii Supplement to the Standard) 
„ ,, (— ) „ ,, (— ) Code [Shipping CodeJ 




, mine(s) 


duhsa 




, outcrop 


duhte 


„ translation of foregoing cods word In the Mnitl?e 




„ seam ( — ) inches thick 


duhvi 


„ „ „ „ „ „ past tense 


cost of coal 


duhxo 


,i „ „ ,. i> ii present participle 


Dundee (Natal) coal 


duhyv 


» ,, ,. t > ii ii singular 


Durham coal 


duhzu 


i> ,. >i >• it i» Plural 


English „ 


dujap 


ii >, ,, ii as „ adjective 


gas coal 


dujba 


.> .. „ .1 ii .1 adverb 


have struck a seam of coal 


dujee 


>i ii » h ti o noun 


Lancashire coal 


— 


coerce(s) (d) (ing) See Force 


low price of coal 


dujdi 


cofferdam(s) 


Middleburg „ 


— 


cohere(s) (d) (ing) See Adhere 


Newcastle „ 


dujer 


coherer(s) 


North Country coal 


dujfo 


coin(s) (ed) (ing) 


price of coal 


dujgu 


coinage 


Rhodesia coal 


— 


coincide(s) (d) (ing) See Agree, Correspond 


St. George's (Natal) coal 


dujhy 


coincidence (s) (of) 


Scotch coal 


dujis 


ooke 


soft coal 


dujot 


cold (ly) (ness) 


Transvaal coal 


dujyx 


cold storage 


Vaal River coal 


dukar 


collapse(s) (d) (ing) 


Welsh coal 


dukew 


collateral 


coalition(s) 


dukit 


against collateral 


coat(s) (ed) (ing) 


dukke 


covered by collateral 


cobalt 


dukli 


collect(s) (ed) (ing) (from) 


cobaltiferous wad 


dukmo 


can collect 


Cobar 


duknu 


„ you collect 


code(s) (d) (ing) 


dukov 


cannot collect 


Arbitrage Code, Edition A 


dukpy 


if you „ 


it h »i ** 


dukux 


„ do not collect 


»! fl »l ^ 


dukyz 


not to collect 


Broomhall's Comprehensive Code 


dulas 


shall we collect 


forward ( — ) copies Arbitrage Code, Edition A 


dulet 


to collect 


», (-) „ B 


duliv 


collected by 


ii ' ) i» i> 11 11 *-' 


dulox 


if it cannot be collected 


„ ( — ) „ Broomhall's Code 


dulra 


not collected 


„ ( — ) „ Imperial Combination Code 


dulti 


what has been collected 


„ ( — ) „ Standard Shipping Code 


dulvo 


collection(s) 


ii ( — ) «• Supplement to the Standard Shipping Code 


dulxu 


for collection 


have received code additions (sent on) 


dulyb 


collective (ly) 


Imperial Combination Code 


dulzy 


collector(s) 


see Arbitrage Code, Edition A 


dumat 


coilier(s) (y) 


» ii ii i ii B 


dumbe 


collusion 


II II 11 t " ^ 


dumci 


in collusion with 


„ Broomhall's Comprehensive Code 


dumdo 


colonial See also Government, Legislature, 


„ Standard Shipping Code 


dumev 


Colonial Act [Office, Secretary, Treasurer 




Code{$) (d) {ing) — coni. 




Colonial- coat. 



Dumfu — Dygmu 



39 



Colonial Seals Act Colonial — cont. 


tluvge 


power to use Colonial Seals Act 


duvhi 


colonisation 


duvig 


colony (ies) 


duvoh 


colour(s) (ed) (ing) 


duvuj 


colourable 


duwuk 


column(s) 


duxaf 


combination See also Syndicate 


duxeg 


in combination (with) 


duxih 


combine(s) (d) (ing) (with) 


duxku 


if necessary combine (with) 


duxma 


propose(s) to „ with us (me) 


duxne 


will combine with us (me) 


duxoj 


„ not „ „ ( „ ) 


duxpi 


combined and/or severally 


duxyl 


combustion 


duzag 


spontaneous combustion 


duzeh 


come (ing) (came) (by) 


duzij 


„ as quickly as possible 


duzro 


,, home 


duzsu 


„ (came) to grief 


duzty 


» ( „ ) ,, pass • 


duzul 


it comes to the same thing 


duzva 


must come 


duzwe 


(to) come (ing) (came) about 


duzym 


(») „ („)(») across 


duzzi 


(„) „ („)(,, ) in (for) 


dyags 


(„) „ („)(., )off 


dyaht 


(„) „ („)(,. ) round 


dyamp 


( „) „ <„)(.,) to 


dyarx 


(„). ,, ( ., ) ( ii ) » a (an) 


dyztz 


coming from 


dybak 


for the coming 


dybba 


now coming in 


dybce 


comma 


dybdi 


command(s) (ed) (ing) (ingly) 


dybel 


commence(s) (d) (ing) (on) See also Begin 


dybgu 


cannot commence because 


dybhy 


.» » until 


dybon 


commence as soon as possible 


dybyr 


„ at once 


dycal 


to 


dycem 


„ with 


dycja 


do not expect to commence until 


dycke 


expect to commence about 


dycli 


if we (I) commence 


dycmo 


shall commence 


dycnu 


to commence 


dycop 


when is it proposed to commence 


dycpy 


will commence 


dycur 


commenced at 


dycys 


to 


dydam 


„ with 


dyden 


not yet commenced 


dydor 


when was it commenced 


dydra 


before commencing 


dydse 


commencing at 


dydti 


ii on 


dydus 


„ with 


dydwu 


commencement (of) 


dydyt 


as a commencement 


dydzy 


commend(s) (ed) (ing) 


dyehl 


comment(s) (ed) (ing) (on) (of) 


dyemt 


commerce 


dyenc 


commercial (ly) See also Prospects 


dyepf 


commissariat 


dyerb 


commission(s) (of) See also Brokerage 


dyesm 


additional commission 


dyfan 


address „ 


dyfos 


agreed „ 


dyfut 


allow commission (of) 


dyfyv 


n no ,, 


dyger 


any commission 


dygje 


buying „ 


dygki 


„ and selling commission 


dygmu 



can get a commission Commlssion(s) — cont. 

„ you get a commission 
cannot secure a „ 

charge (charging) a commission (of) (( — ) percent.) 
( „ ) commission of J per cent. 



( 



I 



■■•>ioK($)—cont. 



) 

< " ) . 
„ no commission 

commission agent 

„ and brokerage 

„ „ guarantee 

„ for Introducing purchaser(s) and negotiating contract 

„ included [payable out of realised profits 

„ not included 

„ „ to exceed 

n to 

„ „ be paid by 

consignment commission 
delcredere „ 

exclusive of „ 

extra commission 
free of „ 

„ „ and brokerage 

full commission 
if commission (be) 
,, no „ („) 

in addition to commission 
including commission 

„ „ of (— ) per cent. 

n » >i i P er cent. 

ii »> ii 2 » 

»» »> " J . . " 

„ our (my) commission 

„ their (his, her) commission 

„ your commission 
is commission included 
„ there a commission allowed 
less commission of ( — ) per cent. 
„ „ „ ^ per cent. 



member(s) of Commission 
must have a commission of 

return commission 

net commission 
no commission (to) 
„ extra commission 
on commission 
our (my) commission 
return commission 
same „ as befon" 

selling „ 

subject to a commission of 
their (his, her) commission 
to include all commissions 
usual commission (of) 
waive „ 

„ ^ per cent, of commission 

„ (-) , 

what commission are we (am I) to charge 

„ is the commission 

„ „ return commission 
who will pay commission 
will pay commission of 

„ return ( — ) commission 
with no commission 

» a >• 

without a commission 

your commission 

commissioned (ing) 

commissioner(s) (of) 

mining commissioner(s) 

commit(s) (ted) (ting) (to) 

„ („)(,,) ourselves (myself) to 

„ („)(..) UienuelTes (himself, herself) io 

Commit{s) (ted) (ting) — cont 



40 



Dygny- 



ABABY — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete 
Commit(s) (ted) (ting) — cont. 
commit(s) (ted) (ting) yourselves (yourself) to 
do not commit us (me) in any way 
are they (is he, she) committed in any way 
„ we (am I) committed in any way 
„ you committed in any way 
commitment(s) (of) 
committal 
committee(s) (of) 
bondholders committee 
committee of foreign bondholders 
finance committee 
local „ 

London „ 

,, „ recommend 

sub-committee 
commodious 
commodity (ies) 
common (ly) (ness) 
Commons, House of 

communicate(s) (d) (ing) (with) See also Inform 
communicate at once (with) 

„ direct with (them, him, her) 

to 
„ „ friends only 

„ with party (firm) concerned 

ii M us (me) 

.. n ( » ) before 
to 

communication(s) (with) 
confidential communication 
in communication (with) 
not in „ ( „ ) 

official ,, 

privileged communication 
commutation 
commute(s) (d) (ing) (at) 
compact (ly) (ness) 

company (ies) See also Firms, &c, Reconstruct 
associated companies 
banking company 
by company (ies) 
chartered company 
coal company 
Colonial company 
company (ies) badly managed 
„ can 

„ cannot 

„ floated 

„ has been formed to acquire 

„ |, strong proprietary 

„ „ weak „ 

„ in difficulties 

„ „ liquidation 

„ must 

„ not to be wound up 

„ over capitalized 

„ to be wound up 

„ well managed 

will 
ii not 
„ winding up 

„ with capital of 

copper mining company 
deep lead company 

„ level „ 
diamond mining company 
English company (ies) 
exploring „ 
finance „ 

for the „ 

foreign „ 

gold mining company 
group of companies 
if company 
„ „ does Company {ies) — cont. 



Dyzun 

a code word of 10 letters. 



It has no meaning. See Prefaoe. 



dypid 

dypof 

dypsu 

dypty 

dypug 

dypva 

dypwe 

dypyh 

dypzi 

dyrac 

dyrbu 

dyrcy 

dyrda 

dyred 

dyrfe 

dyrgi 

dyrif 

dyrog 

dyruh 

dyryj 

dysad 

dysef 

dysig 

dysla 

dysme 

dysni 

dysoh 

dysuj 

dysyk 

dytaf 

dyteg 

dytih 

dytoj 

dytru 

dytsy 

dytta 

dytuk 

dytve 

dytwi 

dytyl 

dyufd 

dyuks 

dyumb 

dyupt 

dyurn 

dyvag 

dyvby 

dyvca 

dyvde 

dyveh 

dyvfi 

dyvhu 

dyvij 

dyvok 

dyvul 

dyvym 

dywej 

dywik 

dyxah 

dyxjy 

dyxka 

dyxle 

dyxmi 

dyxol 

dyxpu 

dyxum 

dyxyn 

dyzaj 

dyzek 

dyzom 

dyzry 

dyzsa 

dyzte 

dyzun 



Company (ies) — cont. 



if company does not 
„ „ will 

i not 

in „ 

„ a local company 
independent „ 
industrial „ 
is company 

joint stock company (ies) 
land company 

„ mortgage company 
limited liability ,, 
mining company (ies) 
new company (ies) 
old 

on behalf of the company 
parent company 
private „ 
proposed „ 

„ to form a company 
proprietary company 
registered company (ies) 
silver lead mining company 

„ mining company 
subsidiary company 

„ companies 

to float a (the) company 
transfer of the property to the company 
trust company 
what „ 
will „ 

comparative (ly) 
compare(s) (d) (ing) (with) 
as compared with 
comparison (with) 
in comparison ( „ ) 
compartment(s) 
compatible (y) (with) 

compel(s) (led) (ling) (to) See Force 

compensate (s) (d) (ing) 
compensation (of) 
ample compensation 
as compensation 
claim for compensation 
compensation for 
heavy compensation 
if compensation be 
is „ 

moderate compensation 
no compensation 
slight compensation 
some „ 

what „ 

compensatory 

unless for something compensatory 
compete(s) (d) (ing) (with) 
cannot compete (with) 
if others are competing 
competent (for) (to) (ly) 

do you consider ( — ) competent for the post (of ( — ) at) 
he is fully competent for the post 

„ not „ „ „ 

competition(s) (of) 
anticipate competition 
avoid competition 
do not anticipate competition 
„ you (they, does he) anticipate competition 
if there is any competition 
in competition with 
is there any competition 
little competition 
no competition 
to meet competition 
competitive 
Competitor(s) Competitor^) — cont. 



Dyzvi -Ebaub 



41 



ebgum 
ebgyn 
ebbaj 



our (my) competitnrs Competitop(s) — coiit. 

who are the ,, 

your competitors 

complaih(s) (ed) (ing) (that) 

complains of 

of what do they (does he) complain 

„ „ you complain 

complaint(s) 

have many complaints about 
no cause of complaint(s) 
what is (are) the complaints (about) 
complete(s) (d) (ing) (ly) (at) " See also Conclude 
this completes 
are they (is it) completed 
been practically „ 
nearly completed 
not completed 
when will it be completed 
completion (of) 
in course of completion 
on completion (of) 
compliance (with) 
in case of wow-compliance (with) 
„ compliance with 
wow-compliance (with) 

complicate(s) (d) (ing) 

very complicated 

complication(s) (of) 

any complication(s) 

is there any complication 

no complication 

serious complication(s) 

compliment(s) (of) (ed) (ing) (ary) 

compliments of the season 

comply (ies) (ied) (ing) (with) 

component 

compose(s) (d) (of) (ing) 

composite 

composition 

accept composition 

do not accept a (the) composition 

propose a composition of ( — ) in the £ 

compositor(s) 

compound(s) (ed) (ing) (with) 

„ („ ) ( „ ) with creditors 

comprehend(s) (ed) (ing) See Understand 

comprehensive (ly) 
compress (es) (ed) (ing) (in) 
compressor(s) 
accident to air compressor 
air compressor(s) 

„ „ to supply ( — ) drills 

comprise(s) (d) (of) (ing) 
(„) (ing) (in) 

compromise(s) (d) (ing) (with) 

accept compromise 

compromise offered of 
„ rejected 

do best to compromise (with) 

„ not accept compromise 

„ „ compromise us (me) 
i if the compromise is 

offer to „ 

what is the compromise 

unless absolutely compromised 

comptroller(s) (ship) 

compulsion (of) 

on ,, 

compulsory (on) 

not compulsory (on) 

compute(s) (d) (ing) (at) See Calculate 

conceal(s) (ed) (ing) (from) 

concealment (of) 

concede(s) (d) (ing) (to) 

conceive(s) (d) (ing) See Imagine, Suppose, Think 



obhek 

ebhil 

cbhom 

cbhun 

cbhyp 

ebibi 

ebico 

ebidu 

ebify 

ebiga 

ebihe 

ebjak 

ebjel 

ebjim 

ebjon 

ebjup 

ebjyr 

ebkal 

ebkem 

ebkin 

ebkop 

ebkur 

ebkys 

eblam 
eblen 

eblip 



jblor 



eblus 



eblyt 

ebman 

ebmep 

ebmir 

ebmos 

ebmut 

ebmyv 

ebnap 

ebner 

ebnis 

ebnot 

ebnuv 

ebnyx 

ebojo 

eboku 

eboly 

eboma 

ebone 

ebopi 

ebpar 

ebpes 

ebpit 

ebpov 

ebpux 

ebpyz 

ebras' 

ebret 

ebriv 

ebrox 

ebruz 

ebryb 

ebsat 

ebsev 

I ebsix 
ebsoz 

I ebsub 



concentrate (d) (ing) 

concentrates See also Returns 

assay value of concentrates 

auriferous pyrites in concentrates 

(by) treating the concentrates 

concentrates and residues 

n » » to come 

„ average ( — ) cents 

„ bought 

„ caught 

„ on hand 

„ roasted 

„ sold 

„ stacked 

„ treated 

„ will be smelted 

copper concentrates 
do not buy concentrates 
„ „ sell 

fair grade concentrates 
from concentrates 
good grade concentrates 
grade concentrates 
have on hand concentrates valued at ( — ) net. They 

have not been taken credit for in the returns 
have on hand concentrates valued at ( — ) net. They 

have been taken credit for in the returns 
have on hand ( — ) tons of concentrates, value ( — ) 
gross. The estimated net value has been taken 
credit for in the returns 

{have on hand ( — ) tons of concentrates, value ( — ) 
gross. The value has not been taken credit for in 
the returns 
have sold or treated ( — ) tons of concentrates, for a 
gross return of gold value ( — ). The proceeds 
have been included in the returns 
have sold or treated ( — ) tons of concentrates, for a 
gross return of gold value ( — ). The proceeds 
have net yet been included in the returns 
lead concentrates 
loss on concentrates 
of concentrates 
profit on concentrates 
silver concentrates 

„ -lead concentrates 
stock of concentrates 

the concentrates are in proportion of one in 
to treat the concentrates 
tons of concentrates were recovered 
( n » »» » estimated t 

| ( — ) ozs. fine gold 
what is the stock of con- .ntrates 
„ „ „ value „ 
„ „ „ yield „ „ 

yield of concentrates 
concentration (of) 

„ after amalgamation 

„ ore 

by 
„ works 

concentrator(s) 
conception (of) 
concern(s) (ed) (in) (ing) 
a going concern 
whom does it concern 

„ it may „ 
but as far as we are (I am) concerned 
they are (he, she, it is) concerned (in) 

„ n ( „ i» ) not concerned (in) 

we „ (I am) concerned (in) 
„ „ ( „ ) not concerned (in) 
who is (are) concerned (in) 
you are concerned (in) 

„ not concerned (in) 
as concerning 



42 



Ebayc— EcYog 



concert(s) (ed) (ing) 


See also Conjunction 


echen 


concession(s) (of) 


See also Allowance 


echip 


applied for a concession 




eclior 


apply 




echus 


as a concession 




echyt 


concession comprises 




ecija 


» for 




ecike 


„ granted (by) 




ecili 


„ has lapsed 




ecimo 


„ in danger of forfeit 


j re 


ecinu 


N » (tO) 




ecipy 


„ not granted 




ecjan 


„ of great value 




ecjep 


„ „ no value 




ecjir 


further concessions 




ecjos 


important „ 




ecjut 


no concession(s) 




ecjyv 


price asked for concession 




eckap 


what is price asked for the concession 


— 


who holds concession 




— 


will make a „ 




ecker 


ii H no „ 




eckis 


with a concession (of) 




eckot 


without a concession 




eckuv 


concessionaire(s) 




eckyx 


conciliate(s) (d) (ing) (ory) 




eclar 


conciliation 




ecles 


concise (ly) (ness) 




edit 


conclude(s) (d) (ing) (that) 


See also Complete 


eclov 


about to conclude 




eclux 


satisfactorily concluded 




— 


we concluded that 




eclyz 


conclusion(s) 




ecmas 


conclusion arrived at is 




ecmet 


following conclusion 




ecmiv 


foregone „ 




ecmox 


have arrived at ho conclusion 




ecmuz 


in conclusion 




ecnat 


our (my) conclusion (is) 




ecnev 


their (his, her) conclusion (is) 




ecnix 


your conclusion (is) 




ecnoz 


conclusive (ly) (ness) 




ecnub 


concord (with) 




ecore 


concrete (ly) 




ecosi 


concur(s) (red) (ring) (in) 


See Agree, Assent 


ecoto 


concurrence (with) 




ecovu 


concurrent (ly) (with) 




ecoxy 


condemn(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 




ecoza 


condensation 




ecpav 


condense(s) (d) (ing) (r(s)) 




ecpex 


condescend(s) (ed) (ing) to 


(ingly) 


ecpiz 


condition(s) (of) (al)ially) 




ecpob 


accept conditions 




ecpuc 


are there any conditions other than those (in) 


ecrax 


bad condition(s) 




ecrez 


be sure no conditions exist (beyond) 


ecrib 


best conditions obtainable 




ecroc 


damaged condition 




ecrud 


dangerous ,, 




ecsaz 


easy conditions 




ecseb 


following conditions 




ecsic 


good condition 




ecsod 


in bad „ 




ecsuf 


„ condition 




ectab 


,, good condition 




ectec 


inferior „ 




ectid 


made no conditions 




ectof 


make „ „ 




ectug 


„ usual „ 




ecube 


on condition that 




ecudo 


„ no conditions 




ecugy 


„ same conditions (as) 




ecvac 


„ that (those) condition(s) 




ecved 


„ these (this) 




ecvif 


other conditions Condition® (al) (ally) — cotit. 


ecvog 



Condition^) (al) (ally)— cont. 
our (my) conditions (are) 
probable „ 
same conditions (as) 
subject to no conditions 

„ our (my) conditions 

„ their (his, her) conditions 

„ nsual conditions 

„ your 
their (his, her) conditions (are) 
try to obtain better conditions 
usual condition (s) 
what are the usual conditions 

„ is (are) the condition(s) of 
with conditions 
without conditions 
your conditions (are) 
conditional on 
condolence(s) (of) 

condone(s) (d) (ing) See Forgive 

conduce(s) (d) (ing) (to) See Contribute 

conducive (to) 
conduct(s) (ed) (by) (ing) 
the conduct of 
well conducted 
«o»-conducting 
conductive (to) (ity) 
conductor(s) 
«0M-conductor 

confederate(s) (d) (ing) (with) 
confederation (of) 

confer(s) (red) (ring) See Consult 

conference(s) (of) 
in conference with 
confess (es) (ed) (ing) (to) (edly) 
confide(s) (d) (ing) (in) 
confidence(s) (in) 
in strict confidence 
informed in confidence 
is (are) worthy of confidence 
no confidence in 
there is a want of confidence 
unworthy of confidence 

confident (ly) (that) See also Certain 

if they are (he, she is) confident (of) (that) 
„ „ „ ( „ „ ) not confident (of) (that) 
„ you „ confident (of) (that) 
„ „ „ not confident (of) (that) 
not confident (of) (that) 
they are (he, she is) confident (of) (that) 
confidential (ly) See also Communication 

private and confidential 
strictly confidential 
inform ( — ) confidentially 
informed confidentially 
confine(s) (d) (ing) 

(to) confine(s) (d) (ing) ourselves (myself) to 
(„) „ (,,) („) themselves (himself, herself)) 

(„) ,, („) („) yourselves (yourself) to [to J 

confinement 
confirm(s) (ed) (ing) 
cannot confirm 
confirm at once 
„ by wire 
do not confirm (it) 
ii you „ („) 
we (I) „ („) 
not officially confirmed 
officially confirmed 
partly „ 

privately „ 
this is confirmed (by) 
confirming our (my) 

„ their (his, her, it) 

„ your 

confirmation (of) Confirmation-y-r-r.ttt. 



Bovuh— Efagi 



See Confuse, Mix 



See Disprove 



confirmation awaited (of) Confirmation — con!. 

in confirmation (of) 

is there any confirmation (of) 

„ this in confirmation (of) 

no confirmation (of) 

obtain „ („) 

on receipt of confirmation (of) 

received confirmation (of) 

require(s) confirmation (ol) 

subject to „ („) 

this is merely „ of 

want(s) official „ (of) 

confiscate(s) (d) (ing) 

confiscation 

conflict(s) (ed) (ing) (with) 

conform(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 

conformable (y) (to) 

conformation 

conformity (with) 

in conformity with 

is it in conformity with 

not in „ „ 

confound(s) (ed) (ing) (with) 

confuse(s) (d) (ing) (with) 

confusion (of) 

confute(s) (d) (ing) 

congest(s) (ed) (ing) 

conglomerate (of) 

„ composed of 

n »s 

„ „ auriferous 

„ ( — ) inches 

enormous deposits of conglomerate 
large „ „ 

moderate „ „ 

(of) conglomerate formation 
schistose conglomerate 
small deposits of conglomerate 
what is the character of the conglomerate 
Congo (the) 
from the Congo 
in ii ii 
congratulate(s) (d) (ing) (on) 

tulation(s) (on) [Meet 

congregate(s) (d) (ing) See Convene, Convoke, 
congress (es) 
conjecture(s) (d) (ing) (a!) 
conjointly (with) 
conjugal 
conjunction 
in conjunction with 
connect(s) (ed) (ing) (with) 

(.,)(..) by 
connection(s) (of) 

„ have been made 

„ „ not yet been made 

great difficulty in effecting connections 
in connection therewith 
» „ with 

shall stop work with connections 
what is the connection 
connive (s) (d) (ing) (at) 
conscience 

conscientious (ly) (ness) 
consecutive (ly) 
consent(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 
cannot consent 
obtain consent of 
obtained „ „ 
will not consent 
(with) our consent 
( „ ) their (his, her) consent 
In) your consent 
without consent 
consequence(s) Con -cent. 



Seeaho Agree, Authority, 
[Permission, Sanction 



edjuz 

edjyb 

edkat 

edkev 

edkix 

edkoz 

edkub 

edkyc 

edlav 

edlex 

edlob 

edluc 

edlyd 

edmax 

edmez 

edmoc 

edmud 

edmyf 

ednaz 

edneb 

ednod 

ednuf 

ednyg 

edoru 

edosy 

edota 

edove 

edoxi 

edrac 

edred 

edrog 

edruh 

edryj 

edsad 

edsef 

edsoh 

edsuj 

edsyk 

edtaf 

edteg 

edtoj 

edtuk 

edtyl 

educy 

eduda 

edugi 

edvag 

edveh 

edvok 

edvol 

edvym 

edwah 

edwik 

edvvol 

edwum 

edwyn 

edyju 

edyky 

edyla 

edyme 

edyni 

edypo 

edzaj 

edzek 

edzil 

edzom 

edzun 

ecbryp 

efabu 

efacy 

efada 

efafe 

efagi 



See also Negotiations 



consequences may be Consequence(s) — cont. 

held liable for consequences 
hold „ „ „ 

in consequence of 
(of) great consequence 
(„) little 
( ,, ) no „ 

regardless of consequences 
serious consequences 
the consequences (will be) 
what will be the consequence (if) 
consequent (ly) (on) 
consequently they (he, she, it) 
,i we (I) 

ii you 

consequential 
conservative(s) 

consider(s) (ed) (ing) (that) See also Think 

must consider 

„ not consider 
be considered 
considered by 

has most carefully been considered 
is it considered (that) 
„ not considered (that) 
were considered ( „ ) 

„ not considered (that) 
but considering that 

„ not considering that 
in considering 
considerable (y) 
considerate (ly) 
consideration 
after full consideration 
as consideration 
careful „ 
every „ 
for a „ 

„ the „ (of) 

further „ 

give careful consideration to this 
in consideration of 
into „ 

little „ 
nominal „ 
not on any consideration 

„ worth „ 

our (my) „ 

lout of this purchase consideration ( — ) commission 
■j will be paid, and if consideration is partly in 

cash, then commission will be paid pro rata 
some consideration 
take into „ 
taken „ „ 
taking into „ 

their (his, her) consideration 

this purchase consideration is payable ( — ) in cash 
under consideration [and the balance in shares 

„ „ will reply shortly 

what is the consideration 
without consideration 
your consideration 
consign(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 
oonsignee(s) (of) 
at risk of consignee (s) 
if consignee(s) 
on account of consignee(s) 

■i » n » and/or shipper(s) 

to order of consignee(s) 
consignments) (of) 
further consignment 
future „ 

on consignment 
consignor(s) (of) 
on behalf of consignor (s) 



44 Efaho— Bgdex 

ABABY — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code word of 10 letters. 



It has no meaning. See Preface 



consist(s) (ed) (ing) (of) 
chiefly consisting of 
consistent (ly) (with) 
consolidate(s) (d) (ing) (with) 
consolidation (of) 
Consols 
conspiracy (ies) 
conspire(s) (d) (ing) (with) 
constant (ly) 
conscituent(s) (of) 
constitute(s) (d) (ing) 
constitution (alj 
constructs) (ed) (ing) 
construction(s) (of) 
constructive (ly) 
Consul(s) 
British Consul 
Consul-General 
Vice-Consul 
Consulate 
British Consulate 
consult(s) (ed) (ing) (with) 
consult them (him, her) (before) 

„ us (me) (before) [her) do so 

if they (he, she) can consult us (me) (let them, him, 
„ you can consult them (him, her) (do so) 
„ ,, „ ,, us (me) (do so) 
„ „ cannot „ „ ( „ ) 
shall (may) we consult 
must be consulted before 
no one has been consulted 
ought to be consulted first 
consultation 
in consultation with 
consultative 
consume(s) (d) (ing) 
consumer(s) 
consiunption 
contact(s) 
along the contact 
(be) in contact with 
contact being 

„ lode 

„ may 
contagion 
contagious 

contain(s) (ed) (ing) (in) 
contango (es) 
contango rate is 
what is the contango 
contemplate(s) (d) (ing) 
contemplation 
(is) in contemplation 
contempt (of) 
contend(s) (ed) (ing) (with) 
content(s) (of) (ed) (to) (ing) 
contents noted 
«on-content(s) 
not content (to) (with) 
they are (he, she is) content (to) (with) 

» m ( H „ ) not content (to) (with) 
we „ (I am) content (to) (with) 
ii ii ( i, ) not content (to) (with) 
you „ content (to) (with) 

,, „ not content (to) (with) 
contention(s) (of) 
conterminous (with) 
contest(s) (ed) (ing) 
contest the point 
disposed to contest 
do not contest 
threaten (s) to contest 
will contest 

„ not contest 
context(s) (of) 



efnuj 

efnyk 

efode 

efogo 

efohu 

efpaf 

efpeg 

efpih 

efpoj 

efpuk 

efpyl 

efrag 

efreh 

efrij 

efrok 

efrul 

efrym 

efsah 

efsik 

efsol 

efsum 

efsyn 

eftaj 

eftek 

eftil 

eftom 

eftun 

eftyp 

efujy 

efuka 

efumi 

efvak 

efvel 

efvim 

efvon 

efvup 

efvyr 

efwal 

efwem 

efwin 

efwop 

efwur 

efwys 

efyry 

efysa 

efyte 

efyvi 

efyxo 

efyzu 

efzam 

efzen 

efzip 

efzor 

efzus 

efzyt 

egabe 

egaci 

egado 

egafu 

egagy 

egaha 

egbas 

egbet 

egbiv 

egbox 

egbuz 

egbyb 

egcat 

egcev 

egcix 

egcoz 

egcub 

egcyc 

egdav 

sgdex 



contiguous (to) 

continent(s) (al) 

contingency (ies) 

allow for contingencies 

allowing for contingencies 

for contingencies • 

in such a contingency 

contingent (upon) 

is it in any way contingent upon 

not contingent upon 

continual (ly) 

continuation 

in continuation (of) 

continue(s) (d) (ing) (to) (by) 

continue if 

„ only 
to continue 
then continued 
continuous (ly) 
not continuously 
conto(s) 
contour(s) (of) 
contra 
per contra 
contraband 
contract(s) (to) 
according to contract 
approve the „ 
breach of contract 
by the terms of the contract 
cable at once a precis of contract 
cancel the contract (s) 
clause of contract 
contract dated 
„ out of 
„ price 

„ work 
contracts) for 

„ not signed (yet) 

„ signed 

„ „ , go ahead 

„ subject to 

will 

„ „ probably be signed 

do not contract 

„ tender for contract 
draft contract agreed to 

„ „ not yet agreed to 

Government contracts) 
have let on contract 
in accordance with terms of contracts) 
„ the contract 
insert in „ 
invite contracts 
may we (I) contract 
no contract 
not in „ 

on signing contract 

„ the expiry of contract(s) [tract 

remainder payable ( — ) days after completion of con- 
sign contract 
signed „ 
sub-contract 
tender(s) for contract 
terms of contract 
the essence of the contract (is) 

,,, following is a precis of contract 
to contract 
under contract 

what are provisions of contract 
will let on contract 

„ try to obtain better contract [shares) 

will try to obtain better contract ; payment, (— ) (part) cash (— ) (part) j 
„ „ „ „ ; „ all or (— ) In shares 
contracted (ing) (with) Contracted {ing) — cont. 



contracted at Contracted (ing) — cont. \ 

for 
contracting parties 
contractor(s) (for) 
contradict(s) (ed) (ing) 
contradiction(s) 
contradictory (to) 
contrary (to) (ily) (ness) 
if contrary to 
„ not contrary to 
on the „ 

contravene(s) (d) (ing) 
contravention (of) 
in contravention of 
contribute(s) (d) (ing) (to) 
contribution(s) (of) 
contributor(s) (to) 
contributory (ies) (to) 
contrive(s) (d) (ing) (to) 
control(s) (of) (led) (ling) 
full control 
have secured control (of) 

n not „ „ („) 

no control 

not under our (my) control 
obtain control (of) 
under „ ( „ ) 
who has control over 
entirely controlled by 
mostly „ .I 

controlling houses 
,, interest 

controvert(s) (ed) (ing) tby) See Deny, Dispute 
convalescent 
convene(s) (d) (ing) (for) 
convenience 
at our (my) convenience 
„ the convenience of 
„ their (his, her) convenience 
„ your convenience 
every convenience 
for the „ of 

if a convenience 
suit our (my) convenience 

„ their (his, her) convenience 

„ your own convenience 
convenient (ly) (to) 
as most convenient (to) 
„ soon as ,, („) 
if not convenient (to) 
„ quite „ („) 
is it convenient (to) 
it is quite convenient (to) 
more convenient (to) 
not „ („) 

when „ („) 

whichever is most convenient (to) 
will be convenient (to) 

„ it be „ („) 

convention(s) (al) (ally) 
converge(s) (d) (ing) 
conversation(s) 
conversion(s) (of) (into) 
convert(s) (ed) (ing) (into) (er(s)) 
convertible (y) (iu'o) 
if convertible 
ii not „ 

convey(s) (ed) (ing) (into) 
conveyance(s) (of) (r) (ing) 
conviction(s) 
in the conviction that 
convince(s) (d) (ing) (ingly) (that) 
they are (he, she is) convinced (that) 

„ H ( it >, ,.) not convinced (that) 
we „ (I am) convinced (that) 

Convinces) (d) {ing) (tftf/y)— cofiJ 



Egdiz— Ehgih 46 

Convince(s) (d) (Ing) (ingly) — cont. 
we are (I am) not convinced (that) 
you „ convinced (that) 

„ „ not convinced (that) 
convoke(s) (d) (ing) 
cook(s) (ed) (ing) 
Coolgardie 
coolie(s) 
cooper(s) 

co-operate(s) (d) (ing) (with) 
co-operation (with) 
if in co-operation with 
in co-operation with 
co-opt(s) (ed) (ing) 
co-option (of) 
copper(s) (ed) (ing) 

approximate value of copper produced during ( — ) is 
bar copper 
bars of copper 
black oxide of copper 
blister copper 
carbonate of copper 
carrying little copper and iron pyrites 
containing ( — ) tons of copper, producing ( — ) tons of 
copper containing ( — ) gold [blister copper 

i, ,, ( — ) ozs. silver 

„ formation 
„ glance 
„ ore 
„ plates 
„ sheets 
„ stained 

„ ( — ) per cent., lead ( — ) per cent, 
grey copper 
in copper 
native copper 
percentage of copper 
slabs of copper 
tons „ „ 
veins „ „ 
coppersmith(s) 
copy (ies) (of) (ied) (ing) 
attach copy(ies) 
forward copy(ies) 
have you a copy 
want(s) a copy of 
cordial (ly) (ity) 
core(s) 
assay of core 

core Joes not look encouraging 
„ looks encouraging 
,, shows 
diameter of core (is) 
drill core 

further examination of core shows 
re-examine core 
what is the assay value of core 
corn 
corner(s) (ed) (ing) (by) 

a corner in 

corporation(s) (of) 

correct(s) (ed) (ing) (ly) 
I all found correct 

if correct (ly) 

,, not correct (ly) 

is it „ („) 

„ this „ („) 

not correct (ly) 

to 

when corrected 

correction(s) 

under correction 

correctness 

correspoiad(s) (ed) (ing) (ingly) (to) See also Agree 

corresponding with (to) 

if „ „ (,.) 

Correspond^) (ed) (ing) (ingly) — cot.l. 



egsop 

egsur 

egsys 

egtam 

egten 

egtip 

egtor 

egtus 

egtyt 

eguji 

egulu 

eguna 

egvan 

egvep 

egvir 

egvos 

egvut 

egvyv 

egwap 

egwer 

egwis 

egwot 

egwuv 

egwyx 

egyri 

egyso 

egytu 

egyvy 

egyxa 

egyze 

egzar 

egzes 

egzit 

egzov 

egzux 

egzyz 

ehaja 

ehake 

eliali 

ehamo 

ehanu 

ehapy 

ehbaz 

ehbeb 

ehbic 

ehbod 

ehbuf 

ehbyg 

ehcab 

ehcec 

ehcid 

ehcof 

ehcug 

ehcyh 

ehdac 

ehded 

ehdif 

ehdog 

ehduh 

ehdyj 

ehera 

ehese 

eheti 

ehevo 

ehexu 

ehezy 

ehfad 

ehfef 

ehfig 

ehfoh 

ehfuj 

ehfyk 

ehgaf 

ehgeg 

ehgih 



46 



Bhgoj Bjdatf 



ehgoj 

ehguk 

ehgyl 

ehhag 

ehheh 

ehhij 

ehhok 

ehhul 

ehhym 

ehiba 

ehidi 

ehifo 

ehigu 

ehihy 

ehjah 

ehjik 

ehjol 

ehjum 

ehjyn 

ehkaj 

ehkek 

ehkil 

ehkom 

ehkun 

ehkyp 

ehlak 

eblel 

ehlim 

ehlon 

ehlup 

ehlyr 

ehmal 

ehmem 

ehmin 

ehmop 

ehmur 

ehmys 

ehnam 

ehnen 

ehnip 

ehnor 

ehnus 

ehnyt 

ehoje 

ehoki 

cholo 

ehomu 

ehony 

ehopa 

ehpan 

ehpep 

ehpir 

ehpos 

ehput 

ehpyv 

ehrap 

ehrer 

ehris 

ehrot 

ehruv 

ehryx 

ehsar 

ehsit 

ehsov 

ehsux 

ehsyz 

ehtas 

ehtet 

ehtiv 

ehtox 

ehtuz 

ehtyb 

ehuro 

ehusi 

chuto 



Correspond (8) (ed) (ing) (ingly) — cont 








if not corresponding with (to) 


ehuvu 


lower working costs 


Coet(8)— cont. 


not „ „ („) 


ehuxy 


net cost 




correspondence (of) 


ehuza 


not to cost 




copy of correspondence 


ehwav 


prime „ 




further „ 


ehwex 


probable cost(s) 




correspondent(s) (of) 


ehwiz 


regardless of cost 




oorroborate(s) (d) (ing) 


ehwob 


to cost 




can corroborate every statement 


ehwuc 


total cost(s) 




cannot „ any statement 


ehwyd 


what is the average cost per ton 




corroboration (of) 


ehybe 


ti it ii tt M 


raising and sinking 


corrugate(s) (d) (ing) 


ehyci 


„ „ cost of 




corrugation(s) 


ehydo 


1, n tt per cubic j ' d 




corundum 


ehyfu 


it tt tt it fathom 




oo-signatory (ies) 
cost(s) (of) 


ehygy 


tt tt tt H foot 




ehyha 


•i it it tt ton 




above cost 


ehzax 


it it ti tt yard 




advise us (me) the cost(s) (of) 


ehzez 


„ „ fortnightly cost 




and cost 


ehzib 


„ „ monthly „ 




at cost 


ehzoc 


„ „ quarterly „ 




„ above cost 


ehzud 


„ „ weekly „ 




„ below „ 


ehzyf 


„ would it cost (to) (of) 




„ invoice,, 


eibba 


will cost 




average cost (is) 


eibdi 


„ it cost 




below cost 


eibgu 


„ not cost 




charges for law costs cannot be estimated 


eibpy 


cost book system 




cost(s) about 


eibup 


costeen 




„ and all charges is (will be) 


eibze 


pit(s) 




„ „ commission is ( „ „ ) 


eidbe 


costeening 




„ „ exchange is ( „ „ ) 


eiddo 


„ operations 




„ „ freight is ( „ „ ) 


eidej 


(— ) feet 




„ „ insurance is ( „ „ ) 


eidju 


costing 




„ freight, and commission is (will be) 


eifca 


costly 




„ „ , insurance, and commission is (will be) 


eiffe 


co-surety (ies) 




„ „ , „ , commission, and exchange Is (will bs) 


eifwi 


cotton(s) 




„ „ , „ , and exchange is (will be) 


eifxo 


cotton goods 




„ insurance and exchange is (will be) 


eigby 


could 




„ „ „ freight is (will be) 


eigcu 


„ a (an) 




it is (are) 


eiggo 


„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 


„ must not exceed 


eikje 


„ nevertheless 




„ of working 


eiklo 


„ no doubt 




„ per cubic yard (is) 


eikmu 


„ not 




„ ,t „ for hydraulicing (is) 


eikny 


„ „ they (he, she, it) 




„ „ „ „ sluicing (is) 


eikpa 


ii „ this (these) 




„ „ fathom (is) 


eilka 


„ we (I) 




„ „ foot (is) 


eilpu 


it it you 




tt it it sinking (is) 


eiram 


>t the 




it tt it stoping („) 


eirfi 


„ there 




„ „ ton (is) 


eirho 


„ they (he, she, it) 




tt tt tt hauling (is) 


eirmy 


„ this (these) 




tt tt it hydraulicing (is) 


eirol 


» we (I) 




» tt tt milling (is) 


eirre 


>t you 




„ „ „ mine development (is) 


eisaj 


how could they (he, she, it) 




„ „ „ mining (is) 


eiseg 


it it we (I) 




ii ti t> t, and hauling (is) 


eisfo 


tt ,. you 




„ „ „ pumping (is) 


eisil 


„ they (he, she, it) could 




ii ,, „ reduction (is) 


eisni 


„ we (I) could 




tt tt tt roasting (is) 


eisty 


,, you could 




it .. .. sinking (is) 


eisun 


if they (he, she, it) could 




it it tt sluicing (is) 


eituh 


tt it (tt it ) >t not 




it » tt stoping (is) 


ejajo 


„ we (I) could 




,i , „ treatment (of) (is) 


ejaly 


i, „ („) it not 




„ ., „ „ of concentrates (is) 


ejane 


„ you could 




tt ,. it i» i. tailings (is) 


ejbad 


t, » ii not 




„ price (of) 


ejbef 


that (those) could 




decrease in costs 


ejbig 


„ ( i. ) » not 




estimated cost(s) 


ejboh 


„ they (he, she, it) could 




excessive working costs 


ejbuj 


tt it ( >t tt ) i» not 




for cost of 


ejbyk 


„ we (I) could 




free of cost 


ejeaf 


ti it (tt) tt not 




if it costs 


ejeeg 


„ you could 




„ does not cost more (than) 


ejeih 


tt tt it not 




inclusive of cost(s) 


ejeoj 


there could 




increase in costs 


ejeuk 


„ „ not 




invoice costs 


ejcyl 


they (he, she, it) could 




law costs Oost(s) — cont. 


ejdag 


i. ( ii » ) ,, not 





Kjdeh— Ekiop 



ii 



this (these) 
,, ( » ) » not 
though there could 
i, ,, .. not 

„ they (he, she, it) could 
» „ ( ,. „ ) .. not 
„ we (I) could 
„ „ (,,) ,. not 
„ you could 
„ „ not 

unless they (he, she, it) couiu 
» „ ( » » ) ii not 
„ we (I) could 
n „ (.,) ., not 
„ you could 

not 

we (I) could 
ii i») ii not 
what „ 
„ „ they (he, she, it) 
•i „ we (I) 
•• .. you 
„ they (he, she, it) could 
,, we (I) could 
„ you could 
when cou! J 
„ „ they (he, she, it) 
•> ii we (I) 
» » you 
„ they (he, she, it) could 
„ we (I) could 
„ you could 
which could 
ii „ not 

(whom) they (he, she, it) could 



Could — cont. 



„ ( 

„ ( 

.. ( . 

., ( , 

„ ( , 

who D 

11 it 

why „ 



) „ ( 
) we (I) could 
) i, („) „ not 
) you could 
) n not 



not 



vou could 



v.ot 

not 

they (he, she, it) not 

we (I) not 

you not 

not 



ccuncil(s) 
council of 

„ „ foreign bondholders 
Government Council 
Inter-Colonial „ 
Legislative „ 

Municipal „ 

President of the Council 
Privy Council 
Council Bills (C.B.'s) 
Council Telegraphic Transfer(s) (T.T.'s) 
counsel(s) 
counsel's opinion 

shall we (I) take counsel's opinion (re) 
take counsel's opinion (re) 
count(s) (ed) (ing) (y) 
countenance 

counteract(s) (ed) (ing) (ion) 
counterbalance(s) (d) (ing) 
countennand(s) (ed) (ing) (by) 
counterpart(s) (of) 
countersign(s) (ed) (ing) 

countervail(s) (ed) (ing) Set Balance, Corn- 

country (ies) \S K i 

in new country 
„ this 



ejryc 

ejsav 

ejsex 

ejsiz 

ejsob 

ejsuc 

ejsyd 

ejtax 

ejtez 

ejtib 

ejtoc 

ejtud 

ejtyf 

ejusy 

ejuta 

ejuve 

cjuxi 

ejuzo 

ejvaz 

ejveb 

ejvic 

ejvod 

ejvuf 

ejvyg 

ejwab 

ejwec 

ejwid 

ejwof 

ejwug 

ejwyh 

ejybu 

ejycy 

ejyda 

ejyfe 

ejygi 

ejyho 

ejzac 

ejzed 

ejzif 

ejzog 

ejzuh 

ejzyj 

ekare 

ekasi 

ekato 

ekavu 

ekaxy 

ekaza 

ekbah 

ekbik 

ekbol 

ekbum 

ekbyn 

ekcaj 

ekcek 

ekcil 

ekcom 

ekcun 

ekcyp 

ekdak 

ekdel 

ekdim 

ekdon 

ekdup 

ekdyr 

ekebe 

ekeci 

ekedo 

ekefu 

ekes^y 

ekeha 

ekfal 

ekfem 

ekfin 

ekfop 



country rock 



See aho Cross-cnt 



ii ii ii changing to 

„ „ „ decomposed 

ii n ,. diorite 

„ „ „ slate 

end has again entered country rock 
horse of country rock 
out of country rock 
what is the country rock 
coupon(s) (of) 

„ and drawn bonds 

„ must be 

„ payable (at) 

cum coupons 
ex „ 

course 

as a matter of course 
best course 
if of „ 
in course of 
„ due course 
of course 
similar course 
the usual course 
Court(s) (of) 
Arbitration Court 
Court of Appeal 

„ „ Chancery 

„ „ Exchequer 

„ „ King's Bench 

„ „ law 
Divorce Court 
High Court 
Magistrate's Court 
Master of Court 
Supreme Court 
covenant(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 
cover(s) (with) 
ample cover 
do not „ 

„ „ except with profit (of) 
in cover of 
„ order to cover 
not to cover 
to cover 
try to cover 
covered (by) 
are we (am I) fully covered 

„ you fully covered 
at what can it be covered 
fully covered 
have you covered 
if not covered 
is it covered 
not „ 
partially covered 
well covered 
covering (by) 
before covering 
cradle (s) 
crate(s) (of) 
create(s) (d) (ing) 
creation(s) (of) 
by the creation of 
credential(s) 

what are their (his) credentials 
credible (ility) 

credit(s) (of) See also Letter of Credit 

a credit in favour of 
arrange a fresh credit [fori 

i, >> n n same terms as last (on a/c of) I 
arranged credit 
at our (my) credit 
„ their (his, her) credit Credit(s) — cont. 



at your credit Credit(s)— cont. j 

bank credit 
cannot arrange credit 
clean credit 

credit extended for a further amount of 
ii ii ii ii period „ 

„ for 

,, lias expired 
„ ,, not been renewed 
„ renewed 

„ „ for ( — ) and on same terms 

„ „ „ same amount and period and on 

„ them (him, her) (with) [same terms 

„ us (me) (with) 
„ you (with) 
documentary credit 
duration of credit 

„ „ „ ( — ) months 
,, ,, „ till cancelled 
excellent credit 
extend term of credit until 
fair credit 
for „ of 
„ our (my) credit (at) 
„ their (his, her) credit (at) 
„ your credit (at) 
further credit(s) 
good credit 
if credit is exhausted 
must have a confirmed bank credit 
on credit 
open a credit 

„ „ in our (my) favour 

„ „ „ their (his, her) favour 

our (my) credit 
placed to credit (of) 

„ „ your credit (with) 
telegraph credit 

„ ,, for dividend 

terms of credit 
their (his, her) credit 
what are the terms of credit 
with what Bank have you arranged credit 
your credit 
credited (with) 
„ to 

„ ,, wrong account 

you appear to have credited 

,, do not appear to have credited 
crediting (with) 

to 
creditor(s) (of) 
a majority of creditors 
„ minority „ „ 
all the creditors 
(at a) meeting of creditors 
consent of other „ 
creditors accept 

„ do not accept 
large creditor(s) 
largest „ 
local i, 
other creditors (are) 
preferred creditor(s) (are) 
principal creditors (are) 
secured creditor(s) (are) 
small ,, 

smallest „ 
unsecured „ (are) 

creep (er) (ing) 
crew(s) 
criminal (ly) 
cripple(s) (d) (ing) (by) 
crisis 
fear a general crisis 



word of 10 letters. It has no meaning. See Preface. 

critical (ly) 

crop(s) 

crop accounts are 

crop(s) damaged (about) 

„ destroyed 

i, noi damaged 

„ reported 
what are the prospects of the crops 
crore(s) 
cross-course 
have cut cross-course 
„ „ „ striking ( — ) degrees 

„ passed cross-course 
cross-CUt(s) Su also Reef 

commenced to cross-cut 
continuation of „ 
cross-cut abandoned 

„ each ( — ) feet 

„ from 

„ has 

„ „ been stopped 

„ „ reached foot wall 

w „ „ reef 

„ is getting into 

» ii »n 

„ „ „ country rock 

»i ii it ore 

„ „ „ „ of considerable value 

„ „ „ ,, „ little or no value 

ii ii n quartz 

„ now being run to intercept 

„ put in footwall 

„ should be driven in 

,. ,. ,, (— )feet 

„ shows 

„ „ favourable change 

„ „ unfavourable change 

„ to 

„ „ footwall at ( — ) feet 

„ „ reef 

„ (-) level 

„ will intercept 

„ without change 

t, No. I 
ii •> 2 

ii •• 3 

•i »» 4 

•I M 5 

., 6 

„ (— ) 

direction of cross-cut 

driven cross-cut ( — ) feet 

driving on the cross-cut 

east 
n ii i> '- ial 

ii ii ii north 

ii ii ii south 

ii n n west 

east cross-cut driven a further ( — ) feet, total ( — ) feet 

„ „ off north drive 

,, ,, ». south „ 

,, of cross-cut 

expect to cross-cut reef in 

full length of cross-cut 

had to suspend work in cross-cut 

in cross-cut (No. — ) 

intermediate cross-cut 

length of cross-cut ( — ) feet 

No. ( — ) cross-cut has been extended ( — ) feet, a totai 

„ (— ) „ north [of (— ) feet 

i> (— ) i» south 

i> (— ) .» east 

„ (— ) » west 

north cross-cut driven a further ( — ) feet, total ( — ) 

„ „ off east drive [feet 

„ „ „ west „ Cross-cut (s) — cont. 



Eljyc— Emlyj 



49 



eljyc 


north of cross-cut Cross-out(s) — cont. 


elzyr 


elkav 


„ -east of cross-cut 




emaby 


elkex 


„ -west „ „ 




emaca 


elkiz 


off main east „ 




emade 


elkob 


„ north „ 




emafi 


elkuc 


„ west „ 




emago 


elkyd 


„ south „ 




emahu 


ellax 


on which side is cross-cut being driven 


em bap 


ellez 


sample from cross-cut 




embis 


ellib 


south cross-cut driven a further (- 


-) feet, total (— ) 


em bio 


elloc 


„ „ off east drive 


[feet 


ernbot 


ellud 


n >i » west „ 




embuv 


ellyf 


„ of cross-cut 




embyx 


elmaz 


„ -east of cross-cut 




emcar 


elmic 


„ -west „ „ 




emces 


elmod 


stop the cross-cut 




emcit 


elmuf 


west cross-cut driven a further ( — ) fe-t, total ( — ) feet 


emcov 


elmyg 


„ „ off north drive 




emcux 


elnab 


m ii >. south „ 




emcyz 


elnid 


„ of cross-cut 




emdas 


elnof 


what is length of cross-cut 




emdet 


elnug 


„ the distance driven in cross- 


cut 


emdiv 


elnyh 


will probably be necessary to cross-cut 


emdox 


elory 


work in cross-cut 




emduz 


elosa 


,, „ hindered by 




emdyb 


elote 


cross-cutting 




emeka 


elovi 


cost of cross-cutting is ( — ) per foot 




emele 


eloxo 


cross-cutting north 




ememi 


elozu 


„ south 




emeno 


elpac 


„ east 




emepu 


elpif 


„ west 




emfat 


elpog 


„ north at ( — ) feet from shaft 


emfev 


elpuh 


„ south „ (— ) „ „ 


ii 


emfix 


elpyj 


east „ (— ) „ „ 


ii 


emfoz 


elrad 


„ west „ (— ) „ „ 


ii 


emfub 


elrig 


„ lode 




emfyc 


elroh 


„ through the lease 




emgav 


elruj 


„ towards 




emgex 


elryk 


„ „ the contact 






elsaf 


„ ,, „ footwall 




emgiz 


elsih 


>i » hanging-wall 




elsoj 


must keep on cross-cutting to prove 


the ground 


emgob 


elsuk 


stopped cross-cutting 






elsyl 


cross section 




eniguc 


eltag 


crown(s) (ed) (ing) 




emgyd 


eltij 


crush (es) 


See ako Returns 


emhax 


eltok 


are going to crush 




einhez 


eltul 


n n from 




emhib 


eltym 


„ (— ) leader 




emhoc 


eluby 


„ (— ) level 




emhud 


eluca 


,, (— ) reef 




emhyf 


elufi 


n „ ( — ) tons 




emiry 


elugo 


before commencing to crush 




emisa 


eluhu 


can only crush 




emite 


elvah 


., ,, (— ) tons 




emivi 


elvik 


,, you mo* crush better ore 




emixo 


elvol 


crush better ore 




emizu 


elvum 


n ii owing to 




emjaz 


elvyn 


,, „ ,, breakdown 




emjeb 


elwaj 


crush a few tons of fair aver:: 


trial 


emjic 


elwek 


„ from average ore 




emjod 


elwil 


„ „ picked „ only 




cmjuf 


elwom 


ii ii poor „ „ 




emjyg 


elwun 


ii ii ricn ,, ,, 




emkab 


elwyp 


„ less ore from 




emkec 


elyjy 


„ low and high grade ore in equal quantities 


cmkid 


elyka 


„ more high than low grade 




emkof 


elyle 


,i ii low ,, high „ 




emkug 


elymi 


„ „ ore from 




emkyh 


elyno 


„ ( — ) tons as trial 




err. lac 


elypu 


,. (— ) .» from 




emled 


elzak 


how many tons can you crush 




emlif 


elzim 


shall we crush 




emlog 


eizon 


„ „ average ( 




emluh 


ekup 


a, „ Letter „ 


CrwJi (es) — cont. 


emlyj 



shall we crush picked ore Crush (es) — cont. 

ii ii poor „ 

„ „ poorer „ 

•i ii rich „ 

why did you crush picked ore (only) 
•i i> ii poor ore (only) 

>i ii rich „ ( „ ) 

will crush from 
„ „ „ average ore 

i picked „ 

ii ii ii poor ore 
ii ii ii rich „ 
„ „ better ore 
„ „ poorer „ 
„ „ next from here 
crushed See also Returns 

actual tonnage crushed 
crushed from 

„ „ average ore 
„ „ picked „ 

ii >i poor „ 

ii ii rich „ 

„ (— ) level 
„ (— ) shaft 
„ last week ( — ) tons 
„ „ two weeks ( — ) tons 

„ „ month ( — ) tons 

„ ( — ) tons as trial, result is 
ii (— ) .> from 
ii (— ) ii gross yield (— ) ozs. 
ii ( — ) ii i yielding ( — ) ozs. from here 

(— ) „ „ (— ) ,, principally from 

„ ( — ) „ „ ( — ) to the ton [here 

how many tons crushed (since) 
increased tonnage crushed 
lower tonnage crushed 
per ton crushed 

sample of every ( — ) feet crushed 
to try the battery ( — ) tons have been crushed, yield- 
ing gold value 
to try the battery ( — ) tons have been crushed, 
yielding gold value ( — ). This crushing is no 
guide to value 
crusher(s) 

crushing(s) See also Returns 

advertise that crushing shows ( — ) per ton 
are crushing ( — ) tons per day 

„ losing ( — ) of ore in crushing 
at what do you estimate „ 
balk crushing 
cannot commence crushing 
„ „ „ before 

„ discover anything about the crushing 
„ „ „ reliable abo.:t theeni 

commenced crushing 
cost of crushing (is) 

„ „ and mining (is) 

„ „ has been increased ( — ) p: t ton 

•i .. >. reduced ( — ) „ 

crushing(s) at present from 
„ expected to be 

ii » •■ fairly , 

i, ii ii good 

>, „ » very good 

ii poor 
.1 ii ii ( — ) ozs. 

„ expenses (are) 

n for 

„ from here 

>i .1 (— ) level 

,i i. (— ) shaft 

ii •> (— ) stope 

ii ., ( — ) tunnel 

„ .. ( — ) winze 

n g'<in<; on day and night 

C ru < h ing(s) — com. 



50 



Emm ad —En pel 



crushing(s) going on day only Oushing(s) — cont. 
•■ is 

„ „ fairly good 

„ „ from reef taken from 

ii ii good 

ii •• very good 

ii n ii poor 

„ „ (— ) ozs. 

„ not supposed to be from picked stuff 

„ stopped 

„ supposed to be from picked stuff 

„ were not from picked stuff 

„ width ( — ) inches 

„ will be over 

n ii ii ii estimate 

n ii ii under 

ii ii •> ii estimate 

„ „ commence 

„ „ not commence 

„ with same number of stamps as previously 

•• » ( — ) stamps [reported 

delay in crushing (caused by) 
expect to commence crushing 
extracted by ordinary „ 
final result of crushing 
half of last crushing is from here 
have had bulk crushing 
ii i, ii which gives ( — ) to the ton 

„ ( — ) had a crushing yet 
how many tons of ore are you crushing 

i, H have you ready for crushing 

last crushing is ore raised in development work 
„ „ „ partly ore raised in development work 

(London operators anticipate this month's crushings 
1 at ( — ) ozs. 

(London operators anticipate next month's crushings 
\ at ( — ) ozs. 

mill crushing about ( — ) tons per stamp per day 
next crushing expected 
„ month's crushings anticipated at 
ii „ „ expected to be good (owing to) 

ii ii ii w ii bad ( t» ) 

not worth crushing 
now crushing better ore 
ii ii from 

ii n •• average ore 

.1 ii ,. picked „ 

•I n ii poor „ 

ii ,, rich M 

„ „ poorer ore 

official result of crushing 
quarter of last crushing is from here 
raising a trial „ from here 
result(s) of crushing(s) is 

„ „ „ kept secret 

„ ,, not yet known 

„ „ will be made public 

„ ,i „ not be made public 

„ last month's crushing is 

shall (will) re-commence crushing 
start crushing 

the crushing of ( — ) company is ( — ) 023. 
{•• ii n (— ) 11 ii (— ) i, for the past 
} (— ) days 
the crashing of ( — ) company is ( — ) ozs, for the past 

month 
(the crushing of ( — ) company is ( — ) ozs. from ( — ) 
1 tons 
the crushings for month of (— ) yielded ( — ) ozs. 

„ ore we are now crushing 
this crushing is no guide to value? 
„ month's crushings anticipated at 
•1 •• 11 expected 

11 11 it 11 to be good (owing to) 

•1 1* m 11 ^ had ( „ ) 



enbix 


total crushing is ( — ) ozs. Orushlng(e) — cont. 


enboz 


„ „ for past month is ( — ) ozs. 


enbub 


trial crushing of ( — ) tons has yielded ( — ) per ton 


en bye 


waiting result of crushing 


encav 


was crushing from picked stuff 


encex 


„ „ supposed to be from picked stuff 


enciz 


what class of ore are you crushing 


encob 


„ effect will this crushing have on your market 


encuc 


„ is result of crushing 


encyd 


„ „ „ „ ,, and from how many tons 


endax 


it 11 n n test crushing 


endez 


„ ,. your estimated cost of crushing per ton 


endib 


„ port of the mine are you crushing from 


endoc 


„ reef are you crushing 


endud 


„ sort of crushing do you anticipate 


endyf 


when is next crushing expected 


eneko 


will next crushing be good 


enepe 


„ „ „ show a decrease 


enfaz 


,, „ ,, ,, an increase 


enfeb 


without crushing 


enfic 


crystal 


enfod 


crystallise (s) (d) (ing) 


enfuf 


cubic (al) 


enfyg 


Cue 


engab 


culpable 


engec 


cultivate(s) (d) (ing) 


engid 


culv8rt(s) 


engof 


cumulative 


engug 


cunning (ly) (ness) 


engyh 


currency (ies) (of) 


enhac 


local currency 


enhed 


current (ly) 


— 


curtail(s) (ed) (ing) See Reduce 


enhif 


custody (of) 


enhog 


in our (my) custody 


enhuh 


„ their (his, her) custody 


enhyj 


„ your custody 


eniri 


custom (s) (ary) See also Usual 


enitu 


according to custom 


enivy 


contrary „ „ 


enixa 


Custom House 


enize 


11 is 


enjad 


what is the custom 


enjef 


customer(s) 


en jig 


cut(s) (ting) (ter(s)) 


en job 


all cut and dried 


enjuj 


cutler(s) (y) 


enjyk 


cyanide(s) (d) (ing) See also Plant 


enkaf 


(by) cyanide process 


enkeg 


(„) direct cyanide process 


enkih 


company intends putting up cyanide works 


enkoj 


cyanide absorption 


enkuk 


„ bars 


enkyl 


„ slag accumulations 


enlag 


„ tanks 


enleh 


„ vats 


enlij 


„ works 


enlok 


„ „ showing 


enlul 


„ „ „ good results 


enlym 


„ „ ,, uitsati .factory results 


enmah 


„ „ treating ( — ) tons per month 


enmik 


no clean up in cyanide works 


enmol 


ore can be profitably treated by the cyanide process 


enmum 


ship cyanide 


enmyn 


stop shipping cyanide 


ennaj 


treated by cyanide 


ennek 


„ „ „ (— ) tons yielding (— ) oza. 


en nil 


what is the cyanide return (for) 


ennom 


„ „ „ „ for last month 


ennun 


cyclone 


ennyp 


cylinder(s) 


enody 


,, of the engine 


enohi 


Czar 


enpak 


Czarevitch 


enpel 


Czarina 



Enpim — Epkum 



61 



D 




eosja 


dam(s) 




eosh 


a new dam must be erected 




eoEon 


cost of new dam 




eosut 


dam destroyed 




eotap 


„ niOre or less damaged 




eotby 


„ not damaged 




eoler 


„ requires repairs 




eotgo 


what would dam cost 




eotis 


dainage(s) (d) (ing) (to) 




eotna 


consequential damages 




eotru 


damage not serious 




eotuv 


„ serious 




cctxi 


„ trifling 




eczce 


damages for breach of contract 




eozjy 


estimate the damage(s) (at) 




eozub 


extent of damage 




eozza 


no damage 




epajy 


what is the extent of damage 




epaka 


damaged by 




epaie 


„ to extent of 




epami 


not damaged 




epano 


damp (nesa) 




epapu 


Dano(s) 


See Denmark 


epbas 


danger(s) (of) 


See also Risk 


epbcz 


great danger 




epbib 


in danger 




epboc 


is there any danger 




epbvf 


no danger 


■ 


epca^ 


net in danger 




epceb 


„ yet out of danger 




epeic 


out of danger 




epcuf 


dangerous (to) (ly) 




epcyg 


do you consider it dangerous (to) 




epdab 


not dangerous (to) 




epdec 


very dangerous (to) 




epdcf 


dare(s) (d) (ing) (to) (ingly) 




epdug 


they (he, she) dare not 




epdyh 


we (I) dare not 




epery 


you dare not 




epesa 


dark 




epete 


quite in the dark 
date(s) (of) (d) (ing) 




epexo 


See also page 240 


epezu 


advise the date 




epfac 


after due „ 




epfif 


m that „ 




epfog 


„ this „ 




epfuh 


at (— ) date 




epfyj 


earlier date(s) 




cpgef 


earliest „ 




epgig 


from that date 




epgoh 


„ what ,, 




epguj 


last date 




epgyk 


later date(s) 




ephaf 


latest || 




cpheg 


long date 




ephih 


no date 




ephoj 


of same date 




ephuk 


on an early date 




ephyl 


„ that date 




epiby 


out of „ 




epica 


same „ 




epide 


short „ 




epifi 


to date (from) 




epigo 


under date of 




epihu 


up to date 




epjag 


what is the date (of) 




epjeh 


„ „ latest date 




epjij 


your latest date we (I) have received is 


epjok 


(--) days' date 




epjul 


(— ) months' date 




epjym 


ante dated 




epkah 


post „ 




epkik 


datum (data) 




epkol 


daughter(s) 




epkum 



day(8) 
account day 
and day following 
„ „ preceding 

any „ 

„ „ Saturdays and holidays excepted 

,, other day 
both days inclusive 
day of 24 hours 
day(s) inclusive 
„ of grace 
every day 
for a few days 
further ( — ) days 
how many „ 
in a few days 
inclusive of ( — ) days 
lay days 

next settling day 
number of day-3 
on the fame day 
one of these days 
per day 
running days 
the other day 

what is the number of days 
within ( — ) days 
working days 

1 day 

2 di: 

3 .. 

4 .1 

5 >• 

6 „ 
■> 

8 „ 

9 M 

10 t, 

11 <> 

12 „ 

13 .. 

14 >. 

15 », 

16 „ 

17 .. 

18 „ 

19 » 

20 „ 

21 >< 

22 „ 
2J „ 

24 » 

25 » 

26 „ 

27 .. 

28 „ 

29 » 

30 ■• 

31 -. 

33 .. 

45 » 

60 „ 

63 » 

90 « 

93 » 
120 ., 
123 ,, 
Day Dawn 
dead (en) (ly) 
dead, inform friend3 

dfi&U i 

deal(s) (ing) (dealt) (with) 

(a) good deal 

(„) great „ 

deal with it according to circumstances 

Death) {in*} d:a'f — com 



52 Epkyn— Erkup 

ABABT — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code word of 10 letters. 

Deal(s) (ing) (dealt) 
deal with it according to instructions 
leave them (him, her) to deal with (it) 

„ us (me) to deal with (it) 

„ you to deal with (it) 
shall we (I) deal with (it) 
to deal with (it) 
outside dealing 
plain dealing 
dealt in 
to be dealt with in the same manner (as) 

„ „ „ usual „ 

dealer(s) 
dealt 
dear (ly) 
if dear 
„ not dear 
„ „ too dear 
„ too dear 
not dear 
too „ 
very dear 
dearer (than) 
if dearer (than) 
„ much dearer (than) 
„ not dearer (than) 
much „ ( „ ) 
not dearer ( „ ) 
relatively dearer (than) 
dearest 
death 

debar(s) (red) (ring) See Prevent, Prohibit 

debate(s) (d) (ing) 

debeiiture(s) (for) See also Bond 

convertible into debentures 
debenture holder(s) 
debentures at ( — ) per cent. 
.. 3^ 
.. 4 
» 4* 
., 5 
„ 5* 
,, 6 
first debentures 
,, mortgage debentures 
issue of debentures 
issued debentures 
second „ 

„ mortgage debentures 
third debentures 

„ mortgage debentures 
unissued debentures 

debit(s) (to) See also Amount 

debit all expenses (to) 



us (me) (with) 
„ them (him, her) (with) 
„ you (with) 
not to debit 
shall we (I) debit 
to debit 

„ our (my) debit 

„ their (his, her) debit 

„ your debit 
whom shall we (I) debit 
debited (to) 

why was the amount debited 
wrong account has been debited 
debiting (to) 
,, with 
debris 

debris will have to be removed 
filled with debris 
removal of „ 
to remove the debris 
debt(s) (of) 
any debt(s) 



-cont. 

epzex 
epziz 
epzob 
epzuc 
equac 
equci 
equed 
equfu 
equib 
equlm 
eqump 
equnk 
See Deal j equog 
equpt 
equrl 

eqush 

equuj 

equyr 

eraje 

eraki 

eralo 

eramu 

erany 

erapa 

erbab 

erbec 

erbid 

erbof 

erbug 

erbyh 

ercac 

erced 

ercif 

ercog 

ercuh 

ercyj 

erdad 

erdef 

erdig 

erdoh 

erduj 

erere 

eresi 

erevu 

ereza 

erfaf 

erfeg 

erfih 

erfoj 

erfyl 

ergag 

ergeh 

ergij 

ergul 

ergym 

erhah 

erhol 

erhum 

erhyn 

eiibe 

erici 

erido 

erifu 

erigy 

eriha 

erjaj 

erjil 

erjorn 

erjun 

erjyp 

erkel 

erkim 

erkon 

erkup 



It has no meaning See Preface. 
Debt(6)—co»/. 



Dcbt{s)—cunl. 



bad debt(s) 
book ,, 
deeply in debt 
doubtful debt(s) 
estimate(s) of bad debts 

„ „ doubtful debts 

floating debt(s) 
funded ,, 
good ,, 

informed that ( — ) is deeply in debt 
irrecoverable debt(s) 
large debt(s) 
outstanding debt(s) 
debtor(s) (to) 
deceive(s) (d) (ing) (by) 

December See page 241 

deceptive (ly) (ness) 

decide(s) (d) (ing) (to) (ly) See also Determined 
after they (he, she) decide (s) (to) 

„ we (I) decide (to) 

„ you decide (to) 
before they (he, she) decide (s) (to) 
„ we (I) decide (to) 
„ you decide (to) 
cannot decide (unless) 
» » until 

„ „ without 

decide against 

„ for 
if they (he, she) decide (to) 
n „ ( „ ) „ not to 
„ we (I) decide (to) 
1* .1 (,.) n not to 
„ you decide (to) 
it ,1 11 not to 
in order to decide (must) 
must decide 

,, „ at once 

„ not decide 

11 11 11 in a hurry 
to enable them (him, her) to decide 
„ „ us (me) to decide 
„ „ you to decide 
as soon as decided 
expect it will be decided 
finally decided 
have (has) decided (to) 

!• ( >» ) 11 not to 

„ not decided (to) 

„ they (has he, she) decided (to) 

,, you decided (to) 
if they have (he, she has) decided (to) 
„ you „ decided (to) 
is anything decided 

let us (me) know what is decided as soon as possible 
not finally decided 
„ yet decided 
decigramme (s) (of) 
decilitre(s) (of) 
decimal(s) 

decimal point (') ( — ) * 

decimetre(s) (of) 

decision(s) 

an early decision 

come to some decision 

decision is against us (me) 

,, in our (my) favour 

final decision 

immediate decision is necessary 
in accordance with our (my) decision 
is the decision final 
leave decision to them (him, her) 

n ■) us (me) 

11 you 

must have final decision Decision® — cont. 



Example: eribcwypiim = -973. Example: wizpierlbe— wypumababy = 341-973. 



Erkyr— Esnuz 



53 



out (my) decision (is that) 

pending 

their (his, her) decision (is that) 

unanimous decision 

what is their (his, her) decision 

„ your decision 
your decision (is that) 
deck 
on deck 

declaration(s) (of) 
statutory declaration 
declare(s) (d) (ing) (that) 
if not declared (before) 
must be „ ( „ ) 
to be declared (by) 
decline(s) (to) 
at a decline 
„ „ further decline 
„ the (a) decline of 
are (shall) we (am I) to decline 
before the decline 
cause of decline 
continues to decline 
decline owing to 
further decline 

„ „ expected 

not „ 



Decision(o) — conl. 



general 
gradual 
must 



(if) 



no cause for decline 
„ prospect of a decline 
prospects of a decline 
serious decline 
since the „ 
small decline 
tendency to decline 
wait for a decline 

what is the cause of the decline (in) 
„ „ „ extent of the „ („) 
declined (to) 
declined by 
declining (to) 
declining rapidly 
,, slowly 
decode (s) (d) (ing) 
decomposed 
in 

decrease(s) (d) (to) 
a decrease of 
decrease by 
great decrease (in) 
no decrease (in) 
small „ ( „ ) 
the cause of the decrease (is) 
what is the cause of the decrease 
decreasing (ly) 
decree(s) 

deduct(s) (ed) (ing) (from) 
not to deduct 
to deduct 

is it to be deducted 
not deducted 
why have you deducted 

„ „ not deducted 
after deducting 
before „ 
without „ 
deduction(s) (of) 
allow no deduction 
large deduction(s) 
small „ 

total „ 

with „ (of) 

without ,, („) 



esate 

esaxo 

esazu 

esbaf 

esbeg 

esbih 

esboj 

esbuk 

escag 

esceh 

escij 

esc ok 

escym 

esdah 

esdik 

esdum 

esdyn 

eseby 

eseca 

esede 

esefi 

esego 

esehu 

esfaj 

esfek 

esfom 

esfun 

esfyp 

esgak 

esgim 

esgon 

esgup 

esgyr 

eshem 

eshin 

eshop 

eshur 

eshys 

esijy 

esika 

esile 

esimi 

esino 

esipu 

esjam 

esjen 

esjip 

esjor 

esjus 

esjyt 

eskan 

eskep 

eskir 

eskos 

eskut 

eskyv 

eslap 

esler 

eslis 

eslot 

esluv 

eslyx 

esmes 

esmit 

esmov 

esmux 

esmyz 

esnas 

esnet 

esniv 

esnox 

esDoz 



deed(3) (of) See aho Escrow, Title, Transfer, 

deed(s) executed [Trust Deed 

„ incomplete 

„ not executed 

„ „ registered 

„ of sale 

„ registered 
deliver deed(s) 

„ ,, as an escrow 

mortgage deed(s) 
register „ at once 

deed of partnership 
deep (ly) 
feet deep 
deeper (than) 

„ and deeper 
deepest 

deface(s) (d) (ing) (by) 
defalcation(s) (of) 
defalcations discovered 
„ not serious 

„ serious 

defamatory 
default(s) (ed) (ing) 
default expected 

„ will be made 

„ ,, not be made 
in default (of) 
defaulter(s) 
defeasance 

of defeasance 

defeat(s) (ed) (ing) (bv) 
defect(s) (of) 
defection 

defective (ly) (ness) 
defence (less) 
in defence of 
,, self defence 
defend(s) (ed) (ing) (by) 
defendant(s) 
defer(s) (red) (ring) 
unavoidably deferred / 
why was it „ 

deference 

in deference to 

„ „ our (my) wis'n(es) 

„ „ their (his, her) wish(es) 

„ „ your wish(es) 

defiance (of) 

deficiency (of) 

amount of deficiency 

deficiency is 

estimated deficiency 

explain „ 

probable „ 

serious „ 

there is a „ (of) 

what ,, the „ 

deficient (ly) 

deficit(s) (of) 

define(s) (d) (ing) 

difficult to define 

to define 

„ clearly 
definite (ly) 
be more definite 
not definite enough 
nothing definite 
something definite 
sufficiently „ 
not definitely 

defraud(s) (ed) (ing) (by) 
defray 

defy (ies) (ied) (ing) 
i(s) (cf) 



See also Regard, Respect 



See also Explain, Specify 



See Meet, Pay, Settle 
Degree(i)~ cont. 



64 



Esnyb— Ettig 



by degrees 


Degree(s) — cont. 


etdys 


do not deliver Delivep(s) — cont 


in a great degree 




etebi 


expected to deliver 


„ some degree 




eteco 


if they (he, she) can deliver 


to a great degree 




etedu 


„ „ ( „ ) cannot deliver 


dejected 




etefy 


„ we (I) can deliver 


delay(s) (of) (ed) (ing) 




etega 


» n (,,) cannot deliver 


a delay of 




etehe 


,, you can deliver 


advise delay 




etfen 


„ „ cannot deliver 


allow a little delay 




etfip 


must deliver at once 


„ no delay 




etfor 


„ not deliver 


any delay 




etfus 


not to deliver 


,, further delay 




etfyt 


shall (may) we (I) deliver 


avoid delay 




ctgan 


to deliver 


can we (I) delay (without) 




etgep 


who will deliver 


„ you delay (without) 




etgir 


will deliver 


cause of delay (is) 




etgos 


„ not deliver 


considerable delay 




etgut 


you may now deliver 


delay as long as possible 




etgyv 


deliverable (by) 


„ departure of 




ethap 


„ against 


„ is (was) 




ethis 


h at 


» of (— ) days 




ethot 


„ in exchange for 


„ „ ( — ) months 




ethuv 


i. on 


i> .. ( — ) weeks 




ethyx 


to 


„ return of 




etiji 


not „ until 


„ that 




etilu 


delivered (to) 


„ will be about 




etina 


,. against 


„ would be dangerous 




etjar 


n by 


do not delay 




etjes 


n on 


endeavour to prevent delay 




etjit 


if delivered 


for any delay 




etjov 


„ not delivered 


,, „ „ or detention 




etjux 


not delivered 


„ how long will it delay 




etjyz 


to be „ 


forced to delay 




etkas 


„ whom is it to be delivered 


further delay 




etket 


when will it be delivered 


great delay 




etkiv 


where „ „ „ 


ii it causes delay 




etkox 


why (is) was it not delivered 


little delay 




ctkuz 


deliveries (of) 


more „ 




etkyb 


large deliveries 


must be no delay 




etlat 


small „ 


no delay 




etlev 


delivering (to) 


obliged to delay 




etlix 


delivery (by) See also Date Table, page 24 


occasions „ 




etloz- 


after delivery 


serious delay 




etlub 


against „ (oO 


some ,, 




etlyc 


as soon as delivery is completed 


to cause delay 




etrnav 


bad delivery 


,, prevent ,, 




etmex 


before delivery 


unavoidable delay 




etmiz 


can get „ 


unnecessary ,, 




etmuc 


cannot get delivery 


what causes „ 




etmyd 


complete „ 


will be held liable for delay 


- 


etnax 


completed „ 


,, cause further delay 




etnez 


date of „ 


„ delay 




etnib 


delivery after 


,, it (the}) occasion delay 




etnud 


„ against 


,, not delay 




etnyf 


„ as usual 


without delay 




etosu 


„ before 


,, unnecessary delay 




etova 


„ delayed 


d by 




etozi 


„ guaranteed (by) 


,, in transmission 




etpaz 


„ here 


,, through 




etpeb 


ii in 


\ -ed 




etpic 


„ not after 


delegate(s) 




etpuf 


„ „ before 


dslegation(s) 




etpyg 


„ „ guaranteed 


delete(s) (d) (ing) 




etrab 


„ on or after 


deletion(s) (of) 




etrec 


„ „ before 


deliberate(s) (d) (ing) (ly) (upon) 




etrid 


„ order 


deliberation(s) (of) 




etrug 


„ refused 


deliver(s) (to) 




etryh 


„ same as before 


can deliver 




etsac 


„ there 


„ they (he, she) deliver 




etsed 


II to 


„ you deliver 




etsif 


„ ,, be completed (by) (at) 


cannot deliver 




etsuh 


„ within 


deliver against 




etsyj 


do not complete delivery 


„ as soon as possible 




ettad 


„ „ guarantee „ 


* „ in your discretion 
ii only 




ettef 


„ „ take 11 


Deliver(s) — cont. 


ettig 


early delivery Delivery — cont. 



Ettuj— Eygas 



&fi 



for delivery Delivery — cent. 


euolb 


forward delivery 


euosh 


future delivery 


eupho 


good „ 


eupin 


guarantee delivery 


eupop 


immediate „ 


eupra 


in case of »o«-delb 


eurha 


late delivery 


— 


may guarantee delivery 


eurku 


no delivery 


eurli 


MOK-delivery 


eurof 


on delivery 


eurpo 


partial delivery 


eurve 


short delivery 


eusce 


stop „ (of) 


eushy 


subject to delivery (in) 


eusog 


take delivery 


eussu 


taken „ 


eutbe 


tender „ 


eutci 


what stops delivery 


eutfu 


when can you get delivery 


eutro 


„ is delivery required 


eutzy 


where „ „ „ 


euvgy 


with option of delivery for 


euvij 


wrong delivery 


euvov 


delude(s) (d) (ing) See Mislead 


euvse 


delusive fly) 


euvti 


demand(s) (ed) (ing) ifrom) 


euwas 


demand is 


euwet 


„ „ declining 


euwiv 


„ » good 


euvvso 


„ „ increasing 


euwtu 


.. » large 


euwvy 


„ „ moderate 


euwym 


„ „ small 


euxam 


likely to 


euxek 


„ not likely to 


euxil 


that 


euxpy 


improved demand looked for 


euxvo 


rand 


euzok 


„ demand 


euzio 


,, great demand 


evabo 


,, increased demand 


evacu 


is the demand genuine 


evady 


less demand (for) 


evafa 


local „ ( „ ) 


evage 


more „ ( „ ) 


evahi 


no „ ( „ ) 


evbip 


on „ 


cvbor 


poor „ (for) 


evbus 


strong „ ( „ ) 


evbyt 


to 


evcep 


what causes the demand 


evcir 


if demanded 


evcos 


„ not demanded 


evcut 


demeanour (of) See Behaviour 


evcyv 


demi-john(s) (of) 


evdap 


demolish (as) (ed) (ing) 


evder 


dernonstrate(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 


evdis 


demonstration(s) (of) 


evdot 


demoralise(s) (d) (ing) (by) 


evduv 


demur(s) (red) (ring) (to) 


evdyx 


demurrage 


evejo 


days on demurrage 


eveku 


on demurrage 




Denmark (Danish) (Danes) 


evema 


Danish Government 


evene 


for Denmark 


. 


From „ 


evfar 


in ,, 


evfes 


to 


evfit 


denominate(s) (ed) (ing) 


evfov 


denomination(s) (of) 


evfux 


denote(s) (d) (ing) See Show, Signify 


evfyz 


denouncers) (d) (ing) (by) 


evgas 



dense fly) 

J.ation(s) 
denude (s) (d) (ing) 
Denver 

deny (ies) (ied) (ing) 
deny publicly and emphatically 
deoxidise(s) (d) (ing) 

dopart(s) (ed) (ing) (from) See Leave 

department(s) (al) (ally) 
departure(s) (of) 
a new departure 
after departure (of) 
before „ („) 
date of „ ( „ ) 
defer „ („) 
hasten „ ( „ ) 
on departure (of) 
telegraph date of departure (of) 
depend(s) (ed) (ing) (upon) 
can depend upon us (me) 
,, we (I) depend upon them (him, her) 
•> >• (>,) .. „ you 
depend upon it 
what does it depend upon 
can be depended upon 
cannot be ,, „ 

dependence (upon) 
dependent (upon) 
deplete(s) (ed) (ing) (ion) (of) 
deplorable (y) 

deposit(s) (with) See also Surface 

cash deposit of ( — ) must be paid on or before 

i» » ( — ) V i) within 

deposit a further 

„ averages ( — ) feet thick 

„ creeper conveyor 

„ elevator 

„ of 

,, receipt (s) 
do not deposit 
fixed deposit 

„ „ receipt (s) 
forfeitable deposit 
have paid deposit of ( — ) on 
in the form of a deposit 
intersected the deposit 
most valuable deposit 
must deposit 
no deposit required 
of what does ihe deposit consist 
placed on deposit 
refuse(s) to deposit 
require deposit (of) 
size of ,, 
superficial deposit 
to deposit 
what is the extent of the deposit 

„ „ quality „ 

,, ,, thickness of the deposit 
deposited (with) 
deposited at 
„ by 
,, to-day 
not deposited 
what has been deposited 
depositing (with) 
depositor(s) 

depreciated) (d) (ing) (by) 
depreciation(s) (of) 
allowance for depreciation of plant 
less depreciation 
depress (es) (ed) (ing) 
is (are) very depressed 
slightly depressed 
depression Depression — er.r.l. 



66 Evget— Exfob 

ABABY— This cipher is for use only when il is desired to complete a code word of ro letters 



6es Pr.face. 



cause of depression Depression — cont. 


evvil 


what is the cause of the depression 


evvom 


depth 


evvyp 


at depth 


evwak 


„ depths of from ( — ) feet to ( — ) feet 


evwel 


averaging in depth (( — ) ( et) 


evwim 


depth of ( — ) feet 


evwup 


further depth of ( — ) feet 


evwyr 


maximum depth (( — ) feet) 


evyru 


(to) the present depth 


evysy 


(„) ,, required „ 


evyta 


to what depth 


evyve 


total depth ((— ) feet) 


evyxi 


what is the depth (of) 


evyzo 


deputation(s) 


evzem 


depute(s) (d) (ing) See Authorise 


evzop 


deputy (ies) 


evzur 


derange(s) (d) (ing) See Displace 


evzys 


derivation(s) 


ewbej 


derive(s) (d) (ing) (from) 


ewbni 


descend(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 


ewcri 


describe(s) (d) (ing) (to) 


ewfby 


description(s) (of) 


ewjek 


all descriptions 


ewkba 


full description sent by letter 


ewmho 


of any „ 


ewnah 


„ same „ 


ewnik 


„ that „ 


ewnna 


» this „ _ 


ewnum 


other descriptions 


ewpcy 


what description(s) 


ewphi 


desert(s) (ed) (ing) (er(s)) 


ewplo 


deserve(s) (d) (ing) (to) (ingly) 


ewrfy 


design(s) (ed) (ing) 


ewrji 


desirable (to) 


ewrko 


if desirable („) 


ewsge 


„ not desirable (to) 


ewsmu 


,, you think it not desirable (to) 


ewspa 


is it desirable (to) 


ewsro 


it is „ („) 


ewszi 


„ not „ („) 


ewtha 


not desirable that they (he, she, it) 


exaba 


,, >, n •> ( » ». ..) should 


exace 


, we (I) 


exadi 


„ „ „ „ („) should 


exafo 


m ., you 


exagu 


» )• ii ii should 


exahy 


think it desirable (to) 


exbar 


„ not desirable (to) 


exbes 


very desirable (to) 


exbit 


desire(s) (d) (trig) (to) See also Ask, Want, Wish 


exbov 


desirous (of) 


exbux 


desist(s) (ed) (ing) (from) See Discontinue, Stop 


exbyz 


despatch (es) (ed) (ing) (to) 


excas 


desperate (ly) 


excet 


despondent 


exciv 


destination(s) (of) 


excox 


destitute (of) 


excuz 


destroy(s) (ed) (ing) (by) 


excyb 


totally destroyed 


exdat 


destruction (of) 


exdev 


destructive (of) (ly) (ness) 


exdix 


detach (es) (ed) (ing) (from) 


exdoz 


detail(s) (ed) (ing) See also Particulars 


exdub 


details have 


exdyc 


give some details (as to) 


exeja 


in detail 


exeke 


no details 


exeli 


telegraph sufficient details (to) 


exemo 


waiting for details 


exenu 


what are the „ 


exepy 


detain(s) (ed) (ing) (by) 


exfav 


detect(s) (ed) (ing) (by) 


exfex 


detective(s) 


1 exfiz 


detention (of) 


1 exfob 



See also Property 



See also Exploration, 
[Mine 



It lias no meaning. 
deter (s) (red) (ring) (by) 
deteriorate(s) (d) (ing) 
advise as (me) that goods being | 8 deteriorating rapiiHy 

det ermine (s) (d) (ing) (to) See also Decided 

they have (he, she has) determined (to) 
to be determined (by) 
we have „ (to) 

„ „ not to 

detonator(s) 

detract(s) (ed) (ing) (from) 
detritus 
develop(s) 

must fully develop first 
proceeding to develop 
developed 
as far as developed 
fairly developed 
fully 

how many tons developed 
is it fairly developed 
„ fully 
mine must be more developed before the mill can start 
not fully developed 
sufficiently „ 
the more the place is developed the better I (we) like it 

ii ii «i •> less ii ( ,i ) ii 

tonnage developed 
until better developed 
well developed 
development(s) (of) 
considerable development(s) 
development (s) and workings 
„ are proceeding 

„ at present not sufficient (to) 

„ ,, ,, „ to estimate 

„ backward [the value 

„ by no means promising 

„ consists of surface cuttings only 

„ do not justify 

„ expenses (are) 

„ for the past month amounted to 

„ full)' justify 

„ hardly „ 

„ in the higher levels 

ii ii lower ,, 

„ most promising 

„ of importance taking place 

„ opening up ore bodies 

„ prove extension of 

„ redemption 

„ show 

„ „ no improvement 

„ ,, some ,, 

„ „ very considerable improvement 

„ well in advance of ( — ) stamp mill 

do the developments 

justify 
estimate development will cost ( — ) per week for ( — ) 
„ the cost of development at [weeks 

from the recent developments 
further development necessary 
„ „ will require 

„ ,, „ „ an expenditure of 

„ developments 
how are the developments progressing 
if developments 
„ ,, do not 

in order to continue regular development 
large amount of development 
little development 

must do more development work (before) 
„ spend at least ( — ) on development 
„ wait further developments 
no development(s) 

„ „ has been done on the property 

Development (s) — cont. 



Exfuo — Eynce 



57 



Developmont(s) — cont. 
on account of the large amount oi" development 

„ small .„ „ „ 

other developments satisfactory 
owing to further developments 

„ „ recent „ 

proceed with surface development 

„ „ underground development 

push on developments 
pushing on „ 
rate of development (s) 
recent developments 

„ „ near ( — ) have been important 

report of development(s) 
surface „ 

suspend „ 

telegraph report of development 
underground development(s) 
very important „ 
wait further development(s) 
what are the developments referred to 
„ has so far been the cost of development 
„ is the appearance of recent developments 
„ will be the cost of development 
with proper development 
without proper development 
deviate(s) (d) (ing) (from) 
devoid (of) 
diagrarn(s) 
diameter(s) 

diamond(s) See also Returns 

ctiamondiferous 
diamonuiferous blue ground 
„ character 

„ claims 

„ yellow ground 

dictate(s) (d) (ing) (to) 
dictation (of) 
dictator(s) (ial) 
did 

did a (an) 
„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 
„ not 
„ ,, this 
„ our (my) 
» so 
„ the 

„ their (his, her) 
„ they (he, she, it) 

.1 „ ( ) not 

„ this (these) 

„ we (I) 

» » („) not 

„ you 

„ „ not 

» your 
if they (he, she, it) did 

,, ii (.. ,• ,,) ,. not 

,, „ („ „ „) „ 30 

„ we (I) did 
., ii I,) ii not 
„ „ G,) » so 
„ you did 
•i >. ii not 
„ n » so 
that (those) did 

,, ( „ ) ,, not 
they (lie, she, it) did 

„ ( „ „ ) „ not 
this (these) did 

„ ( „ ) ,, not 
we (I) did 
„ („).,. not 
what did 

„ they (he, she, it) 
„ we (I) 



Did— cont. 



exupa 

exvam 

exven 

exvip 

exvor 

exvus 

exvyt 

exwan 

exwep 

exwir 

exwos 

exwut 

exwyv 

exyre 

exysi 

exyto 

exyvu 

exyxy 

exyza 

exzap 

exzer 

exzis 

exzot 

exzuv 

exzyx 

eyaku 

eyalm 

eyaps 

eyart 

eyash 

eybdo 

eybxu 

eycan 

eyche 

eyclo 

eycod 

eycsu 

eydgo 

eydhu 

eydid 

eydol 

eydpe 

eyelg 

eyemb 

eyerp 

eyesd 

eyeth 

eyfbe 

eyfci 

eyffu 

eyfgy 

eyfha 

eyfmo 

eygge 

eygok 

eygpo 

eygri 

eyjbo 

eyjfe 

eyjja 

eyjmu 

eykfo 

eyksi 

eykul 

eykvu 

eykxe 

eylro 

eylsy 

eymbu 

eymgi 

eymje 

eymry 

eym\a 

eynba 

eynce 



what did you 
whicii (whom) did 



Did — cont. 



„ ( „ ) „ they (he, she, it) 

■i ( „ ) n you 

„ ( „ ) they (he, she, it) did 

» (»)..( » ii ) , n ot 

„ ( „ ) we (I) did 

i, ( ,, ) „ („) „ not 

„ ( „ ) you did 

,, ( ., ) ii ., not 

with whom did 

ii ,i ., they (he, she, it) 

„ „ „ we (I) 

ii H » you 

why did 

„ „ they (he, she, it) 

ii n ii ( >• ii ) not 

ii ii you 

» ,, .. not 
you did 

ii ii not 
die (d) 
dies 

set of shoes and dies 
steel dies 

differ(s) (ed) (ing) (from) 
difference (with) 
a serious difference 
„ slight 
difference about 

„ between 
divide the difference 
great difference 
important difference 
in settlement of differences 
it makes no difference 
little difference 
much „ 
no „ 

some „ 
there is a difference (oH 

„ „ considerable difference 

„ „ no difference 
what „ the „ 
(with) a difference of 
different (ly) 
difficult (of) (to) 
it is difficult (to) 
„ not difficult (to) 
less difficult (to) 
more „ („) 
most „ ( „ ) 
difficulty (ies) (with) 
any difficulties 
apprehend difficulty (ies) 
avoid difficulties 
great difficulty (ies) 
have much difficulty (with) 
if you have any difficulty (with) 
in difficulties 
,, great difficulties 
insuperable difficulty (ies) 
is there any difficulty (with) 
it is rumoured that ( — ) is (are) in difficulties 
no difficulty (with) 
not in difficulties 
otherwise difficulties will arise 
serious difficulties 
some difficulty 
that 
this 

what is your difficulty 
with difficulty 

,, great difficulty 
without difficulty Difficitty (ies)— cont. 






&yndi— is agaj 



eyndi 


without much difficulty Difficulty (ies) — cont. 


eanvi 


eyngu 


would there be „ (if) (in) 


ezuxo 


eynhy 


digger (s) 


ezuzu 


eynjo 


diggers are 


ezvux 


eyods 


„ have 


ezvyz 


eyofi 


„ licease(s) 


ezwox 


eyolrj 


rush of diggers has taken place 


ezwuz 


eyorc 


rteam digger(s) 


ezwyb 


eyotl 


the number of diggers at work (is) 


ezyby 


eypab 


dilapidate (d) 


ezyca 


eypby 


dilapidation(s) (of) 


ezyde 


eypco 


dilemma 


ezyfi 


eypdu 


diligence 


ezygo 


eypec 


dimension(s) (of) 


ezyhu 


eypme 


other dimensions 


ezzat 


eyrtfl 


what are the dimensions 


ezzev 


cyrwu 


diminish (es) (ed) (ing) 


ezzix 


eysag 


diorite 


ezzyc 


eysfy 


bar of diorite 


faafd 


eysno 


diorite dyke 


faaks 


eytah 


„ obstructing 


faalc 


eytda 


(in) decomppsed diorite 


faapt 


eytke 


dip(s) (ped) 


faarn 


eytwo 


dip of 


fabad 


eyxly 


„ the strata 


fabef 


eyxuu 


„ „ strike 


fabig 


eyxov 


dips at an angle of ( — ) degrees 


faboh 


f-yxsa 


„ from 


fabra 


eyxzo 


„ into 


fabse 


eyzal 


„ to the 


fabti 


eyzch 


„ towards 


fabuj 


eyzin 


what is the angle of dip (of) 


fabvo 


ezaju 


„ „ direction of dip (of) 


fabwu 


ezaky 


dipping 


fabyk 


ezaia 


„ gradually 


fabxy 

focal 


czame 


„ rapidly 


ezani 


diplomacy 


facba 


ezapo 


diplomatic (al) (ally) 


facce 


ezbav 


direct(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 


facdi 


ezbex 


direct from 


faceg 


ezbyd 


direction(s) (to) (of) 


facfo 


ezcax 


every direction 


facgu 


ezcyf 


(in) that direction 


fachy 


ezdyg 


(„)the „ of 


facih 


ezeru 


{ ») this 


facoj 


ezesy 


( ,, ) which „ 


facuk 


ezeta 


what direction 


facyl 


ezeve 


directly 


fadag 


ezexi 


director(s) (of) 


fadeh 


ezezo 


all the directors 


fadij 


ezfyh 


board of „ 


fadja 


«gyj 


,. » agree 


fadke 


ezhyk 


„ „ approve 


fadli 


ezibu 


„ „ authorise 


fadmo 


ezida 


„ „ ,, the attorneys in ( — ) to 


fadnu 


ezife 


! beard of directors author!^ !he attorneys in (— ) to delegate al) of their powers or 
1 Bttcli po-rera as they consider advisable to 


fadok 


ezigi 


board of directors cannot 


fadpy 
fadul 


eziho 


„ „ confirm 


ezjyl 


„ ,, consent 


fadym 


ezkym 


„ „ consider 


faect 


ezlyn 


„ „ desire 


faelg 


ezma] 


„ „ disapprove 


faemf 


ezmek 


„ „ do not 


facrs 


ezmil 


„ „ „ authorise 


fa fah 


ezmom 


„ „ „ confirm 


fafik 


ezmun 


n ,, „ consider 


fafol 


ezmyp 


„ „ „ sanction 


fafre 


ezoka 


t, .. have 


fafsi 


ezomi 


„ „ „ decided (to) 


fafto 


ezopu 


ii ii _ » not 


fafum 


ezpys 


„ „ insist upon 


fafvu 


ezryt 


„ „ not satisfied 


fafwy 


ezsyv 


ii M order 


fafyn 


eztyx 


„ „ recommend 


fafza 


ezury 


„ „ request Director^) — cont. 


fagaj 



board of directors require Director's) — coni. 

„ „ „ full information 

„ „ „ further „ 

„ „ „ special report to be sent them upon 

„ „ resolved 

„ „ sanction 

„ „ satisfied 

,i „ will not consent 

„ „ wish to know 

„ „ „ you to 

„ „ would like to hear your views as to 

by resolution of board of directors 
Chairman of the „ „ „ 
Colonial board of directors 
consent of local board of directors 
do the local board of directors 
** ii ii ii ii ii 
local board of directors 
London board of directors 
managing director(s) 
meeting of board of directors 
none of the directors 
obtain consent of board of directors 
of the board of directors 

on „ „ „ „ [and if he consents notify purchaser* 

request (— ) to act as our representative on the Home board of directors, : 
seat on board of directors 
some of the directors 

what is the number on the board of directors 
who are on the board of directors 
will join board of directors 
„ not join board of directors 
directorate 

„ influential 

„ not influential 

what is the general opinion of the directorate 
dirt (y) 

disable(s) (d) (ing) 
disadvantage 

disadvantageous (to) (ly) (ness) 
disagree(s) (d) (ing) (with) 
disagreeable (y) (ness) 
disagreements) (with) 
disallow(s) (ed) (ing) 
disappear(s) (ed) (ing) (from) 
disappoint(s) (ed) (with) (ing) 
do net disappoint us (me) 

if you „ „ ( ,, ) [serious 

„ „ „ ( ,, ) the consequences may bs 

disappointed nothing has been done 
very much disappointed (with) 
disappointment(s) 
disapproval (of) 
disapproye(s) (d) (ing) (of) 
strongly disappiove(s) (of) 
disassociated) (d) (ing) (with) 
disaster(s) 
disastrous (to) (ly) 
disavow(s) (ed) (ing) 
disbelieve(s) (d) (ing) 
disbursement(s) (of) 
against disbursement (s) (of) 
total disbursements 
discernment 
discharge(s) (d) (ing) (of) 
discipline 

disclaim(s) (ed) (ing) (er) 
clisclose(s) (d) (ing) (to) 
disclosure(s) (of) 
disconnect(s) (ed) (ing) (with) 
discontent (ed) (ment) ( „ ) 
discontinue(s) (d) (ing) (to) 
disconnt(s) (of) 
at a discount (of) 
discount for cash Discounts) — cont, 



Fagoi — Faxug' 



discount market Oiscount(s)— cont. 

„ rates 

m ( — ) per cent 
do not discount 
if you can discount 

„ cannot „ 
issued at a „ 
issuing „ „ 

less discount 
to 

under „ 

what is the rate of discount (for) 
with discount 
without ,, 
discountable 
discounted (at) 
have you discounted 
to be discounted 
discounting (at) 
discourage (s) (d) (by) (ing) 
discoura geraent(s) 
disccver(s) (ed) (ing) 
discovery (ies) (at) 

„ in ( — ) mine confirmed 

„ „ ( — ) ,, not confirmed 



<-) 



officially 



is 



„ „ likely to be (of) 

„ „ of great value 

„ „ „ greater importance than 

„ ,, „ less importance than 

„ „ ,, little or no value 

equal to any previous discovery 
exceeding all „ discoveries 
further discovery (ies) 

„ rich discovery (ies) 
important discovery (ies) 
in view of recent discoveries 
new discovery (ies) 
report of fresh discovery (ies) 
rich discovery in ( — ) mine 
send fui! particulars of discovery 
the discovery is quite distinct from 
this is quite distinct from the rich discovery reported 
what is the discovery referred to 
discredit(s) (ed) (ing) (by) 
discreditable (y) (ness) 

discreet (ly) See Cautious, Judicious, Prudent 

discrepancy (ies) (of) 
explain discrepancy 
there is a „ (in) (of) 

discretion (of) (ary) 
allow no discretion 

„ you full discretion 
allowed discretion (of) 
at discretion 
(at) our (my) discretion 
(„) their (his, her) discretion 
(„) your discretion 
comply in your discretion 
exercise your discretion 
give us (me) ,, 

may we (I) use our (my) discretion 
no discretion 

some discretion must be allowed 
discrimination (in) 
discs 

discuss (es) (ed) (ing) (with) 
discussion(s) 
some discussion 
disease(s) (d) 
disengaged 

disgrace (s) (d) (ing) (by) 
disgraceful (to) (iy) 
disguise(s) (d) (ing) (by) 



fancu disguat(s) (ed) (with) (ing) 

fandy dishearten(s) (ed) (ing) (by) 

fanfa dishonest (ly) (y) 

fange believe(d) to be dishonest 

fanhi do you suspect dishonesty 

fanov dishonour(s) (ing) (by) 

fanux in case of dishonour 

fanyz notice „ „ 

fapas to dishonour 

fapet dishonourable (to) (y) (ness) 

fapiv dishonoured (by) 

fapjo if dishonoured 

fapku disinclination (to) 

faply shows disinclination to 

fapma disinclined (to) 

fapne disintegrate(s) (d) (ing) 

fapox disintegration 

fappi disintegrator(s) 

fapuz disinterested (ly) tness) 

fapyb not altogether disinterested 

farev dislike (s) (d) (ing) (to) 

farix dislocate(s) (d) (mg) 

faroz dislocation(s) 

— dismay(s) (ed) (by) See Alarm, Frig 
farm dismiss (es) (ed) (ing) 

farsy „ at once 

farub found it necessary to dismiss 

faryc dismissal (of) 

fasav case for dismissal 

fasbu disobedience 

fascy disobedient (to) (ly) 

fasda disobey (s) (ed) (ing) 

fasfe disoblige(s) (d) (ing) (ingly) 

fasgi disorder(s) (ed) (ly) 

fasho disorganisation (of) 

fasuc disorganise (s) (d) (ing) 

fasyd totally disorganised 

— disown (ed) (ing) See Disavow 

— disparage (d) (ing) (ingly) See Depreciate, Detract 
fatax disparity (of) 

fatez dispel(s) (led) (ling) 

fatib j dispense(s) (d) (ing) (with) 

fatju displace(s) (d) (ing) (by) 

fatky ! display(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 

fatla j displease(s) (d) (with) (ing) 

fatni I displeasure (of) 

fatoc ! disposable 

fatpo disposal (of) 

fatud at our (my) disposal 

fatyf ,, their (his, her) disposal 

faung ,, your disposal 

fauph hold at the disposal of 

faurf dispose(s) (d) (ing) (of) (to) 

favaz favourably disposed (to)- 

faveb ! if favourably disposed (lo) 

favic ,, not favourably disposed (to) 

favod ' unfavourably disposed (to) 

favsa | disposition^ 

favte disproportion (ate) (to> (at 

favuf disprove(s) (d) (ing) (of) 

fawi ! dispute(s) (d) (ing) (with) 

favwo ! any dispute 

favyg J in the event of dispute 

fav?u I is dispute settled 

faxab j not to dispute (it) 

faxby | settlement of the dispute 

faxca I shall we (I) dispute (it) 

faxde I the point in „ (is) 

faxec to dispute (it) 

faxfi ! without dispute 

faxgo I disqualiflcation(s) 

faxhu if it is a disqualification 

faxid will be a „ 

faxof „ it be a disqualification 

faxug ! „ not „ „ 



60 Faxyh-Fetdo 

ABABY. — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code word 0/ 10 letters 



1 disqualify (ies) (ied) (ing) (by) 
I disquiet (ed) (ing) 

disregard(s) (ed) (ing) 

disrespectful (ly) 

disruptive 

dissatisfaction (with) 

dissatisfy (ies) (ied) (with) (ing) 

disseminate(s) (d) (ing) See Spread 

dissension(s) (of) 

dissent(s) (ed) (ing) (from) 

dissentient 

dissimilar (to) (ity) See Different, Unlike 

dissociate(s) (d) (ing) (from) 

dissolution (of) 

dissolve(s) (d) (ing) 

dissuade (s) (d) (ing) (from) 

to dissuade 

try to dissuade 

distance (of) 
» to 

perpendicular distance 

distant (from) (ly) 

distasteful (to) 

distillery (ies) 

distinct (ly) See also Clear 

must be more distinct 

not quite distinct 

is not put distinctly enough 

to be distinctly 

distinction (of) 

make a distinction 
11 no „ 

material „ 

what is the „ 

without „ 

distinctive 

distinctness 

distinguish (es) (ed) (ing) (between) 

distract(s) (ed) (edly) 

distrain(s) (ed) (ing) (t) (on) 

distress (es) (ed) (ing) 

distributable (among) 

distribute (s) (d) (ing) (to) 

distribution (of) 

pro rata distribution 

district(s) (of) 

district not sufficiently developed to give reliable 

in the district [opinion 

of the (this) district 

proclaimed district 

the district in which the property is situated 

distrust(s) (ed) (ing) (ful) (of) 

cause of distrust 

less distrust 

more „ 

much „ 

no cause for distrust 

disturb(s) (ed) (ing) (by) 

much disturbed 

not much disturbed 

disturbance(s) 

native disturbance(s) 

disused 

ditch (es) 

diverge(s) (d) (ing) (from) 

divergence (of) 

diversity (of) 

divert(s) (ed) (ing) (from) 

divide(s) (d) (ing) (into) 
(„) ( „ ) with 

equally divided (between) 

dividend(s) See also Warrant 

accrued dividend 

annual ,, 

apply for „ Dividend^) — cont. 



fchda 

fehfe 

fehgi 

fehho 

fehyg 

feict 

feilg 

feimf 

feirs 

feish 

fejka 

fejle 

fejmi 

fejno 

fejpu 

fejyh 

fekry 

feksa 

fekte 

fekvi 

fekwo 

fekyj 

fekzu 

felby 

felca 

felde 

felri 

felgo 

felhu 

felyk 

fern j a 

femke 

femli 

femmo 

femnu 

fempy 

femyl 

fenra 

fense 

fenti 

fenvo 

fenxu 

fenym 

fenzy 

feogs 

feoht 

feolm 

feomp 

feorx 

feotz 

fepba 

fepce 

fepdi 

fepfo 

fepgu 

fephy 

fepyn 

ferje 

ferki 

ferlo 

fermu 

fernt 

ferpa 

feryp 

fesre 

fessi 

festo 

fesvu 

f'eswy 

fesyr 

fesza 

fetbe 

fetci 

fetdo 



It has no meaning. See Preface. 
Dividend(s) — cont. 

•t * meotlns of etiarohotdere hold on (-) dlrldend (-) per cent, per «iunuii v7Pa deol»re« 
(at a meeting of shareholders held no (— ) dividend of (— I per enure end followlni 

I . ivi i, i;i j-erehero .vt-ro declnred 

claim dividend (for) (on) 
cum „ 

„ „ and rights 

declare a dividend 
declared a „ (of) 

,, usual dividend 
dividend and bonus 

„ at the rate of 

„ expected (of) 

„ has been passed 

•1 is 

•1 » not 

„ of ( — ) in the £ has been declared 

•• » ( — ) per cent, lias been declared payable to shareholders 

„ payable [registered at the close of business on 

„ „ on and after 

„ „ to shareholders registered at the 

„ paying [close of business (on) 

„ same as last time 

„ will be 

„ „ probably be 
ex „ 

„ „ and rights 
expected to declare the usual dividend 

„ „ pay a dividend of ( — ) in the £ 
extra dividend 
final „ 
further „ 
half-yearly dividend 
inclusive of „ 

interim dividend [registered at the close of business (on)| 

11 „ has been declared payable to shareholders J 

is ( — ) likely to continue declaration of usual dividend 
last and final dividend 

„ dividend 
monthly dividend 
next dividend 



not expected to declare a dividend 

now dealt in ex dividend 

probable dividend 

prospect of a dividend 

quarterly dividend 

regular dividend (s) 

second interim dividend 

usual dividend(s) 

what are the prospects of a dividend 

„ dividend is declared 

„ ,, expected 

with dividend 
without „ 
yearly „ 
divisible (by) 
division(s) (al) 
divulge(s) (d) (ing) (to) 
do 

able to do 
and do (does) 
but „ ( „ ) 
can ,, 



See Reveal 
See also Does 



,, „ nothing 
ii 11 with 
„ „ without 
„ you do with 
„ ,, without 

cannot do 

„ „ anything 
ii ii it 
•1 11 with 
„ „ without 
do as you suggest 

(does) any (anyone, anybody, anything) 



( „ ) away with 



Do — cont. 



Fetfu- 


-Filpi 


do (does) no Do— cent. 


fidlo 


» ( » ) not 


fidmu 


„ ( „ ) our(s) (my, mine) 


fidny 


„ ( ,, ) perhaps 


fidod 


„ ( „ ) so 


fidpa 


>, ( „ ) that 


fiduf 


„ ( „ ) the 


fidyg 


„ ( „ ) their(s) (his, her(s)) 


fiebt 


„ ( „ ) then 


fiehd 


„ ( „ ) there 


fiens 


„ ( ,, ) utmost 


fierk 


„ ( „ ) with 


Qfab 


„ ( ,, ) without 


fifec 


„ ( „ ) your(s) 


ft fid 


„ no more 


fifof 


„ not in the meantime 


fifri 


,, nothing 


fifso 


„ so at once 


fiftu 


„ these 


fifug 


„ they (does he, she, it) 


fifvy 


II II ( II M II ) "Ot 


fifwa 


„ we (I) 


fifyh 


„ ii (») not 


fifze 


„ what 


figac 


„ with regard to 


figbi 


H you 


figco 


„ •„ not 


figdu 


either do this or 


figed 


,, will do 


figfy 


have (has) to do (with) 


figga 


how do (does) 


figog 


„ „ they (does he, she, it) 


figuh 


ii n we (I) 


figyj 


ii ii you 


fihef 


if they (he, she) can do (so) (it) 


fihig 


ii ii ( » )• ) cannot do (so) (it) 


fihji 


„ „ do (he, she, it does) (it) 


fihko 


.. » ii ( >. ii i. ii ) not 


fihlu 


ii ii ii ( ii ii ii ii ) ii do so (it, 


fihmy 


ii » ii ( ii ii •• >• ) so (it) 


fihna 


,, we (I) can (may) do (so) (it) 


fihoh 


,, „ („) cannot (may not) do (so) (it) 


fihpe 


„ i, („) do (it) 


fihuj 


i. ., (..) i> not 


fihyk 


,. ii (..) ., •> do so (it) 


fijaf 


„ „ („) „ so (it) 


njeg 


„ you can do (so) (it) 


fijih 


,, ,, cannot do (so) (it) 


fijoj 


ii ii ii ii otherwise 


fijro 


„ „ do (it) 


fijsu 


.. » ii not 


fijty 


„ „ „ „ do so (it) 


fijuk 


„ „ „ so (it) 


fijva 


in order to do (it) 


lijyl 


it would not do to 


fijzi 


let us (me) know what you can do 


fikag 


may do so 


fikbo 


must do 


fikcu 


,, not do 


fikdy 


, so (it) 


fikeh 


neither do 


fikfa 


not do (so) (it) 


fikge 


shall do (it) 


fikhi 


„ „ nothing 


fikij 


„ not do (it) 


fikok 


should do (it) 


fikul 


„ not do (it) 


fikym 


that (those) do (does) 


filah 


h („)..(». )not 


rilik 


„ they do (he, she, it does) 


filjo 


., >, ( ,. >i ii ) not 


filku 


„ we (I) do 


filma 


., » G.) ., not 


filne 


., you do 


filol 


„ „ not Do 


lilpi 



61 



there do (does) Do — cont, 

( ,, )not 
these do (this does) 

,, ,, ( >, .. ) not 
they (he, she, it) can do (so) 

n ( ii ii ) cannot do (so) 

„ do (he, she does) 

ii •• ( ii ii ) not 

ii ii ( ii II ) so 

„ ., ( ., ., ) this 

this has nothing to do with 

„ will not do 
to do away with 
unless they do (he, she, it doe<) 
„ we (I) do 
„ you do 
we (I) can do (so) 

„ („) cannot do (so) 

„ („)do 

» (..) I. not 

ii (ii) ii so 
,. (,,) .. this 

what are they (is he, she, it) to do 
„ „ we (am I) to do 
„ „ you to do 
„ can they (he, she, it) do 
„ „ we (I) do 
„ „ you do 
„ could they (he, she, it) do 
„ „ we (I) do 
„ „ you do 
„ do (does) 
„ „ they (does he, she, it) 

( i> .. ) propose to do about 

,. ii we (I) 
» >i you 

„ „ „ propose to do about 
„ must they (lie, she, it) do regarding 
„ „ we (I) do regarding 
„ „ you do regarding 
„ shall we (I) do (with) 
ii ii ii (.i) .» if we (I) cannot 
„ „ (will) they (he, she) do [cannot 

„(„)„(.,) ., it" they (he, she) 
» i. ( ii ) you do 
ii ii ( n ) ii if >' ou cannot 
» ( » 1 .. regarding 
when do (does) 

„ they (does he, she, it) 

we (I) 
ii you 
whether they do (he, she, it does) 
„ to do so or not 
„ we (I) do 
„ you do 
which do (does) 
„ ,.(,.) net 

„ (whom) do they (does he, she, it) 
„ ( „ ) „ we (I) 
,,(.,) .. you 
who do (does) 

,. ,,(..) not 
why „ ( „ ) 
,. „ ( >. ) not 
„ „ they (does he, she, it) 
„ „ ,. ( .. ii ) not 

» .1 you 
■i ii ii not 
will it do 
you can do (so) 
„ cannot do (so) 
ii do 
„ ,, not 
dock(s) (age) See also Warrant 

doctoi'(s) Doctor^)— cont. 



62 



Filum — Fodwo 



:i!um 
hlyn 
fimaj 
fimek 



doctor's report is Doctor(s)— cont. 

on advice of doctor 

document(s) 

accompanied by documents for 

,, „ shipping documents 

against complete set of shipping documents 
„ documents (of) 
„ usual shipping documents (for) 
are documents in the possession of 

„ we (am I) to surrender documents 
by whom are documents held 
complete documents to be attached 

,, shipping documents (including) 
decline to accept against documents 

ii <• ii without „ 

deliver the documents (against) 
do not deliver the documents 
document(s) against acceptance 
„ all in order 

„ do not accompany draft (s) 

„ endorsed 

„ in the possession of 

„ irregular 

„ missing 

„ must be 

„ not endorsed 

„ „ in order 

,i „ received 

„ received 

„ to bearer 

n ,i full invoice value 

,i „ order 

ti n ( — ) per cent, of invoice value 

„ will be in your hands on 

duplicate of documents 
forward shipping documents (to) 
full set of documents 
have found the missing document(s) 

„ you found the missing document(s) 
hold documents 
if documents are 
in exchange for documents 
legal documents 
may give up the documents 
must not give up the documents 
no documents 
release documents 
return „ 

shipping „ 

surrender the documents (to) 
unless documents be given up 
usual documents 
what „ do you require 

when were documents forwarded 
with docum 
without documents 
documentary 

does See also Do 

does a (an) 
„ there not 
i, this 
doing (s) 

after doing so (this) 
are (am) doing all we (I) can 
before doing anything 
„ „ so (this) 

but before doing so 
doing nothing (in) 
if by so doing 
in doing this 
intend doing 
is anything doing 
there is nothing doing 

what are they (,is be, she) doing about (with) 
n » »r m ii ) thinking of doing about(with) 

Doing(s) — com. 



fixet 

fixfo 
fixgu 
fixhy 
fiziv 

fixox 
hxuz 
fixyb 

fizat 

fizev 

fizix 

fizja 

fizke 

fizli 

fizma 

iiznu 

fizoz 

fizpy 

fizub 

fizyc 

flaob 

lime 

flayd 

fleam 

fleoj 

fleuk 

fleyl 

fliav 

fliex 

flior 

floag 

floeh 

floib 

flooc 

floud 

fluan 

fluep 

fluij 

fluok 

fluul 

fluym 

flyax 

flyez 

flyir 

flyos 

flyut 

foahl 

foamt 

foanc 

foasm 

fobaj 

fobca 

fobde 

fobek 

fobii 

fobhu 

fobil 

fobun 

fobyp 

focak 

focel 

focim 

focjy 

focno 

focup 

focyr 

fodal 

fodem 

fodin 

fodry 

fodsa 

fodte 

fodur 

fodvi 

fodwo 



what are you doing about (with) Dolng(s) — co*i. 

ii ii n thinking of doing about (with) 
dolerite 

dollar(s) Set aiso Cent 

British trade dollar(s) 
gold dollar(s) 
in dollars 
Mexican dollar(s) 
paper dollar(s) 
U.S. dollar(s) 
dollars { — ) centf 

11 5 11 

11 Ia 11 

» 15 » 

H 20 „ 

» 2 5 11 
» 3° » 
•» 35 fi 
•• 40 11 
« 45 ii 
11 5o w 
•• 55 •> 
•1 60 „ 
11 65 ,, 
i. 7° „ 
11 75 is 
i» 80 „ 
., 85 „ 
» 90 » 
95 ii 
dolomite 

domicile (d) (with) 
dominion(s) (cf) 
done 

after it (that) is done 
already done 

as they have (he, she, it has) done 
be done 
„ not done 
been done 

before it (that) is done 
can anything be done 
„ it be done 
„ nothing be done 
do not think it can be done 
., you „ „ „ 

done at 

„ that (this) 
everything possible is being done 
have you done (it) 
if anything is to be done 
,, ,, „ ,, must act at or.ee 

„ not already done 

in our (my) opinion the best thing to be done under 
is anything done [the circumstances is 

it cannot be ,, 
must be done immediately 
not been done 
nothing can be done (with) 

„ has been done 
ought not to be done 

„ to be done 
something must be done 
telegraph when this has been done 

„ whether or no you have clone (so) (it) 
that it must be done 

„ „ not be done 
they have (he, she has) done 

,, I. ( 11 ii ) not done 
was done 

„ not done 
we (I) have done our (my) best 
what has been done 

„ „ „ „ in connection with 

„ „ „ „ „ the matter Done — cont. 



Fodys— Fovbu 



63 



what have they (has he, she) done 


Done — cent. 


fomco 


draft(s) at 6 months' sight Di'aftfs)— 


-coni. 


ii „ you done 




fomdu 


„ „ ( — ) months' sight 




„ is the best thai can be done 




fomex 


,i „ ( — ) days' date 




„ „ to be done under the circumstances 


fomfy 


„ „ ( — ) months' date 




when will it (they) be done 




fomga 


„ in favour of 




who has done 




fomhe 


; tnent of your draft(s) 




„ „ not done 




fomiz 


'top payment of „ 




why was it done 




fomob 


will accept draft(s) 




„ „ not done 




fomuc 


„ not accept draft (s) 




will be done 




fomyd 


draftsman (men) 




„ not be done 




fonax 


drain(s) (ed) (ing) 




door(s) 




fonez 


drainage 




double(s) (d) (ing) 




fonib 


draw(s) (at) 




doubt(s) (ed) (ing) 




fonji 


at what sight may we (I) draw 




any doubt 




fonlco 


authorise you (them, him, her) to draw (on us 


(me)) 


beyond all doubt 




fonlu 


authority to draw 




have (has) no doubt (that) 




fonmy 


can draw 




in doubt 




fonna 


cannot draw 




is there any doubt (that) 




fonoc 


„ „ against 




little doubt 




fonud 


ii n on you 




much „ 




fonyf 


do not draw 




no doubt (that) 




foofd 


against 




not in doubt 




fooks 


„ „ „ on us (me) 




since no doubt 




foolc 


ii ii n unless 




such has no doubt 




foopt 


draw at sight 




there „ „ 




foorn 


>i n 3 da y s ' si ght 




„ is a doubt about it (them) 




fopaz 


H >i *5 ii ii 




» .1 no „ „ ( „ ) 




fopeb 


ii >i 30 .1 11 




„ „ some doubt (about it (them)) 




fopic 


11 11 00 „ „ 




they are (he, she is) in doubt 




fopod 


11 11 9° 11 •• 




„ ( ,, „ ) not in doubt 




foptu 


•1 11 ' ) >i 11 




this has no doubt 




fopuf 


11 11 3 months' sight 




„ no doubt (is) 




fopvy 


11 11 4 11 >i 




we are (I am) in doubt 




fopwa 


ii 11 ,, ,, 




„ „ ( „ ) not in doubt 




fopyg 


„ „ (-) „ „ 




„ (1) doubt if 




fopze 


11 11 ( — ) days' date 




were (was) r.o doubt 




forab 


„ „ ( — ) months' date 




which have (has) no ioubt 




forbo 


„ by telegraph 




without doubt 




forcu 


•1 for 




doubtful (of) (ly) 




fordy 


,. if 




appears to be doubtf.,1 




forec 


•1 on 




it is doubtful (whether) 




forfa 


„ „ demand 




not „ ( „ ) 




forgt 


„ through 




very „ { „ > 




forid 


., up 




doubtless 




forof 


„ upon us (me) 




down (to) 




forug 


how much shall we (I) draw 




down a (an) 




foryh 


if you can draw through 




„ the 




fosac 


,, ,, cannot draw through 




„ which 




fosed 


may draw (on) 




., (— Jfcet 




fosif 


,, „ on us (me) 




gone down all the way 




fosjo 


„ we (I) draw at 




not down 




fosku 


,, .. GO .. .. si : 




downcast 




fosly 


>, >. (..) » by telegraph 




downfall 




fosma 


., » (,.) .1 on 








fosne 


11 ii (1.) ii 11 you 




downward(s) 




fosog 


must draw 




dozen(s) (of) 




fospi 


,, not draw 




per dozen 




fosuh 


not authorised to draw 




drachm(s) (of) 




fosyj 


shall we (I) draw- 




ma 




fotad 


to draw (on) 




(for) 


See also Bill 


fotef 


unless you can draw 




advice of draft(s) 




fotig 


we (I) shall draw 




available by draft(s) at 




fotoh 


„ (,,) will not d 




by draft (s) 




fotro 


when may we (I) draw 




demand draft(s) 




fotsu 


„ you draw 




draft(s) at 




fotty 


will draw (at) 




,, sight 




fotuj 


„ „ on them (him, tier) 




„ 3 days' sight 




fotva 


you 




ii » *5 i» »» 




fotwe 


„ not draw 




i. ii 3° .» ii 




fotyk 


you can draw upon 




ii u 00 ii ii 




fotzi 


drawback (drawing back 




» ., 90 .. 




fouct 


je(s) 




•i •• (— ) days' sight 




foumf 


drawee (s) 




ii ii 3 months' sight 




fovaf 


drawer(s) 




ii .i 4 ii >• 


Draft{s)—conl. 


fovbu 


advise h 





W Fovcy -Fukly 

ABAB7 — This cipher is for use only when tt »s it .: id to u mplete a code 



fubin 



drawing (at) 
are drawing 

at sight 

., ,. i. 3 days' sight 

tt ii i» O »> it 

II II tl 30 »> II 

» >• M 00 » M 

9° » tl 

11 »l »» I )ti »> 

„ „ „ 3 months' sight 

11 11 it 4 » »» 

»i >i tt O tt tt 

11 11 tt v~ ~ v it 11 

11 » » (— ) days' date 

„ „ „ ( — ) months' date 

„ „ by telegraph 

„ „ on demand 

„ „ „ them (him, her) 

us (me) 

ii 11 >i you 

„ not drawing 

11 you ,, 
defer drawing at present 
drawing on 

for how much are you drawing 
if drawing 

„ not ,, [the present 

refrain from drawing on us (me) telegraphically for 
stop drawing 
drawn (on) 
advise when drawn 
against which we (I) have drawn 
drawn against 
„ nothing 
„ through 
have drawn as requested 

„ „ at sight 

11 ., >i 3 days' sight 

ti 11 11 *5 11 11 

11 11 11 30 ii 11 

it 11 11 00 ,, „ 

11 tt ti 90 11 it 
„ ., (-) ,, ., 

„ „ „ 3 months' sight 

11 it i» 4 11 11 

11 11 11 & •• it 

11 11 11 \ / 11 it 

,. 11 11 (— ) days' date 

11 11 it ( — ) months' date 

11 it by telegraph 

„ „ on demand 

„ „ „ them (him, her) 

„ „ „ us (me) 

» 11 ii you 

„ not drawn 

11 you „ 

11 ti 11 on us (me) 
how much have you drawn 
to be drawn 

„ ,, „ upon as and when required 
dredge(s) See also Returns 

dredge worked ( — ) hours and recovered ( — ) ozs. gold 
prospecting dredge 
No. 1 dredge 

11 2 ,, 

,i 3 » 

,, 4 »t 

,. (-) ,, 
dredging 
bucket dredging 
hydraulic dredging 

„ „ with sand pump- 

drew (at) 

drift(s) (ed) (ing) See Drive, Driving, Level 

drill(s) (ed) (ing) See also Borehole 

Drill(s) {ed) (ing)— cant. 



fubop 

fubur 

fubys 

fucam 

fucip 

fucje 

fucki 

fuclo 

fucmu 

fucny 

fucor 

fucpa 

fucus 

fucyt 

fudan 

fudir 

fudos 

fudn 

fudsi 

fudto 

fudut 

fudvu 

fudwy 

fudyv 

fudza 

fufap 

fufbi 

fufco 

fufdu 

fuffy 

fufga 

fufis 

fufot 

fufuv 

fufyx 

fugar 

fugit 

fugji 

fugko 

fuglu 

fugmy 

fugna 

fugov 

fugpe 

fugux 

fugyz 

fuhiv 

fuhox 

fuhri 

fuhso 

fuhtu 

fuhuz 

fuhvy 

fuhxa 

fuhyb 

fuhze 

fuilt 

fuing 

fuiph 

fuirf 

fujat 

fujbo 

fujcu 

fujdy 

fujge 

fujhi 

fujix 

fujoz 

fujub 

ftijyc 

fukav 

fukiz 

fukjo 

fukku 

fukly 



word of 10 letters. It has no meaning. See Prefaoe. 

air drill(s) Drill(s) (ed) (ing)— cont. 

are working with machine drill(s) 
diamond drill(s) 

„ „ will be transferred to 

drill boys 

,, working 

,, ,, at the rate of ( — ) feet 
how many drills are you using 
repairs to drills 
rock drill (s) 

„ „ working badly 

11 11 11 well 

started rock drill(s) 
stopped ( — ) rock drill(s) 
to work rock drill(s) 

what rate are you proceeding with drills 
drive(s) (in) Sec also Level, Rise 

a stream sufficient to drive 
bad progress being made in drive 

„ to drive 
bottom „ 
branch „ 

„ off 
broke through into drive 
caving in of drive 

connection has been made with drive 
continuation of drive 
decided to drive back 
drive at the middle of the stope 

„ being widened 

„ does not look well 

„ extended ( — ) feet, total ( — ) feet 

„ „ (— ) „ a total of (— ) feet, reef (— ) 

„ from [inches wide, assaying ( — ) per ton 

„ „ shaft 

ii 11 ( — ) ' s iu ( — ) ^et 

„ has advanced 

„ in good ore 

„ „ ,, reef matter 

„ „ hard rock [cut 

„ „ kaolin formation on hanging wall from cross- 

„ „ poor reef matter 

„ „ soft rock 

„ looks 

„ off main north cross-cut 

tt 11 11 south ii 

tt n 11 east ,, 

1 west „ 

„ ( — ) feet level on footwall extended ( — ) feet, 
east drive [total ( — ) feet 

„ „ extended ( — ) feet 
end of the drive 
favourable change in the drive 
from various drives 
full size of the drive 

„ „ „ is in the reef 

hope to have drive completed by 
how far have you to drive to cross-cut reef 
„ „ in is drive 
„ „ will you have to drive 
„ is the drive looking 

„ much further will you have to drive (before) 
in all the drives 
length of drive(s) 
main east drive 

„ north „ 

„ south „ 

11 west „ 
north drive 

„ „ extended ( — ) feet 

prospecting drive being made 

rise ( — ) feet east drive progressed ( — ) feet 

» (— ) ». north „ ., (— ) „ 

„ (— ) „ south „ „ (— ) „ 

„ (--) „ west „ „ (— ) „ 

Drive(s) — cont 



Fukma — Fycyx 



es 



several drives Driv9(s) — cant. 

south drive 

„ „ extended ( — ) feet 
to drive further 
tons came from ( — ) drive 

» n » ( — ) .» and winze 
unfavourable change in drive 
west drive 

„ „ extended ( — ) feet 
width of drive ( — ) inches, assay value per ton 
will begin to drive (on) 

t* h t> tt wnen 
driven (on) See also Footage, Risen 

distance driven, ( — ) metres; distance risen, ( — ) 
driven during [metres 

„ ,, past month 

»» »» t» wecJc 

i. to 

„ „ the footwall 

„ „ „ hanging wall 

„ (— ) feet 

n (— ) n , total (— ) feet 

„ ( — ) „ ( — ) inches, total ( — ) feet 
feet driven and risen 
„ „ „ sunk 
i> m in 

„ „ „ barren ground 
„ „ „ country rock 
„ „ „ the adit 
„ „ „ „ (this) level 
„ „ , risen and sunk 
have driven in upon the reef (( — ) feet) 

„ „ to connect 
how many feet have you driven (since) 
driving (on) 

commenced driving along the contact 
cost of driving ( — ) per foot 
driving along 

ii east 

•i ii ( — ) feet from shaft 

„ in both directions 

„ north 

„ „ ( — ) feet from shaft 

„ south 

it ii ( — ) feet from shaft 

„ through 

ii ii a dyke 

„ „ country rock 

„ „ diorite 

,i ii good ore 

ii ii poor „ 

„ „ soft ground 

„ „ very hard ground 

„ under 

„ west 

•i ii ( — ) feet from shaft 

have commenced driving (on the) 
„ discontinued driving (on) 

„ resumed driving (on) 
in what direction are you driving 
now driving at the rate of ( — ) feet a day 
of opinion that after driving a few feet further (shall) 
propose driving a little further (before) 
stop driving (on) 

stopped driving and started cross-cutting 
when do you propose driving 
droop (ed) 
drooping 

drop (ped) (ping) (down) 
dross 
drought 

ii ov er 
great drought 
owing to the drought 
slight drought 



futag 

futeh 

futij 

futok 

futry 

futsa 

futte 

futvi 

futwo 

futym 

futzu 

fuufd 

fuuks 

fuulc 

fuumb 

fuupt 

fuurn 

fuvah 

fuvba 

fuvce 

fuvdi 

fuvfo 

fuvgu 

fuvhy 

fuvik 

fuvol 

fuvum 

fuvyn 

fuwek 

fuxaj 

fuxke 

fuxom 

fuxun 

fuxyp 

fuylg 

fuymf 

fuyrs 

fuysh 

fuzak 

fuzel 

fuzim 

fuzon 

fuzra 

fuzse 

fuzti 

fuzup 

fuzvo 

fuzwu 

fuzyr 

fuzzy 

fyact 

fyalg 

fyamf 

fyars 

fyban 

fybep 

fybir 

fybje 

fybki 

fyblo 

fybmu 

fybny 

fybos 

fybpa 

fybut 

fybyv 

fycap 

fycer 

fycis 

fycot 

fycuv 

fyewy 

fycyx 



drown(s) (ed) (ing) (out) See also Pumps 

drum(s) (of) 
drunk (en) (enness) 
dry (ied) (ing) (ness) 
dual 

dubious See Doubtful 

ducat(s) 
due(s) (at) 

amount due (by — ) is 
,. to (— ) ,. 
at date „ 
due about 
„ after 
„ before 
„ date 
ii in 
ii on 

„ „ or about 
„ to 
falling due 
if due 
„ not due 
it is not due until 
long over due 
mainly due to 
not due 
now „ 
over „ 
when is it due 

„ was it due 
dull 

rather dull 
very „ 
duller (than) 
dullish 
dullness 
dump(s) 

abundance of ore on the dump 
assay of dump 
average of dump and stopes 

dump and stopes [about ( — ) feet 

the average breadth from inside dump to outside dump 
(tons of) ore on the dump 
( „ „ ) ,, from the dump 
what is the assay value of clump 

„ „ „ quantity of ore on the dump 
duplicate(s) (of) (ed) (ing) 
in duplicate 
duplioation(s) 
durable (ility) 
duration (of) 
Durban 
during 
during a (an) 
„ our (my) 
„ the 

„ their (his, her, it(s)) 
„ thi3 
„ which 



„ your 
Dutch 

duty (ies) (on) 
customs duty 
duty and 

,, free 

ii paid 
export duty (ies) 
fiscal duties 
free of duty 
French fiscal duties 
government transfer duty 
import duty (ies) 
including duty 
legacy duty 
transferable free of stamp duty 



See Holland 






66 



Fycza— Fyssa 



Transvaal estate duty 

what is the duty (on) 

dying 

dyke(s) (of) 

cut through the dyke 

dyke came in below level 

„ has cut out 

„ „ „ the reef 
east of dyke 
end is still in dyke 
expect to get through dyke shortly 
granite dyke 
have cut dyke 

„ reached dyke 
iu dyke 

influenced by the dyke 
large dyke 
north of dyke 
outside dyke 
porphyry dyke 

since passing through a (the) dyke 
slate dyke 
small „ 
south of dyke 
still in „ 
west of „ 
dynamite 
De Leer's dynamite 
dynamite caps 

„ for blasting 
,, magazine 
„ monopoly 
„ No. i 
„ No. ia 
gelatine dynamite 
Kynoch's „ 
Nahnsen v , 
price of „ 
require ( — ) „ 
Transvaal „ 
dynamo 

„ capable of 
„ for electric lighting 
„ motor 
dysenteiy 
E 
each 

„ and every one 

„ of 

„ one 

„ other 
for each 
from each 
in 

of „ 
that „ 
to „ 
with „ 
eager (ly) 
eagle(s) 
double eagle(s) 
earlier (than) 
earlier if possible 
not earlier (than) 
earliest 
at earliest 

what is the very earliest 
early 
as early as 

„ ,, possible 
early in (the) 
must be early 
not early enough 
too „ (to) 
very,, 



Duty (ies) — cont. 
Set Die 



fyksu 

fykty 

fykuf 

fykva 

fykwe 

fykyg 

fykzi 

fylab 

fylbo 

fylcu 

fyldy 

fylec 

fylfa 

fylge 

fylhi 

fylid 

fylof 

fylug 

fylyh 

fymac 

fyrned 

fymif 

fymju 

fymky 

fymla 

fymme 

fymni 

fymog 

fympo 

fymuh 

fymyj 

fynad 

fynef 

fynig 

fynoh 

fynsy 

fynta 

fynuj 

fynxi 

fynyk 

fynzo 

fyolt 

fyong 

fyoph 

fyorf 

fypaf 
fypbu 
fypcy 
fypda 
fypeg 
fypfe 

fyps» 
fypho 
fypih 
fypoj 
fypuk 

fypyi 

fyrag 

fyreh 

fyrij 

fyrjy 

fyrka 

fyrle 

fyrmi 



earmark(s) (ed) (ing) 

earn(s) (ed) (ing) 

earnest (ly) (nass) 

earnings (of) 

gross earnings 

nel earnings 

earthenware 

earthquake(s) 

easier (to) 

easier than 

if easier 

,, not easier (to) 

it would be easier (if) (to) 

much easier (to) 

not easier (to) 

easiest 

easiness 

east (of) (ern) 

east and west 

„ part (of) 

„ to west 
feet east 
from the east 
going east 
(o the „ 
Easter 
easterly 
East London 
eastward(s) 
easy (to) (ily) 
continues easy 
not easy 
very „ 

„ easily 
eccentric 
economical (ly) 
Gconomise(s) (d) (ing) (r) 
Green's economiser 
economy (ies) 
must use every economy 
Edinburgh 
education 

President of the Board of Education 
eduction 



pipe 
(d: 



efface(s) (d) (ing) ■ 
effect(s) (ed) (ing) (on) 
effect is 

„ will be 
general effect 
give effect to 
has had considerable effect 

„ „ little effect 

it » no 
in effect 

may have some effect 
of no apparent „ 

„ effect 
take(s) „ (on) 
to effect 
„ no effect 
„ take „ on 
„ that „ 
„ the „ (that) 
„ „ same effect 
„ this effect 
what is the effect 
with equal „ 

ii great „ 

h little „ 

» no » 

„ some „ 

„ the „ of 

without any ,, 

effective (ly) (ness) 



See Destroy. Erase 



Effective (ly) (ness)—«mt, 



Pyate- 


Gakke 


now-effective Effective (ly) (ness)— cont. 





effectual (ly) (to) 


— 


efficacious (ly) Sec Adequate, Effective 


gacju 


efficient (ly) 


gacky 


efflux 


gacme 


effort(s) 


gacni 


all efforts 


gacpo 


every effort has been made (to) 


gacyp 


„ „ must be „ ( „ ) 


gadak 


have used every effort (to) 


gadel 


make an effort to 


gadim 


making every effort to 


gadsy 


no efforts 


gadta 


spare no effort to 


gadve 


Egypt (Egyptian(s)) 


gadwi 


Egyptian Government 


— 


for Egypt 


gadyr 


from Egypt 


— 


in Egypt 


gadzo 


to 


gaefd 


eighth 


gaelc 


either 


gaemb 


N a (an) 


gaept 


„ after 


gaern 


„ before 


gafal 


„ „ or after 


— 


„ now or 


gafby 


„ „ never 


gafca 


„ one 


gafde 


„ „ or the other 


gaffi 


„ our(s) (my, mine) 


gafgo 


„ that (those) 


gafhu 


h i* or 


gafin 


„ „ „ nothing 


gafop 


„ the 


— 


„ their(s) (his, her(s), its) 


gafys 


„ they (he, she, it) 


gagen 


„ this (these) 


gagip 


„ we (I) 


gagjy 


•i you 


gagka 


„ your(t) 


gagle 


to either 


gagmi 


eject(s) (ed) (ing) (from) 


gagpu 


ejectment 


gagyt 


elaborate (ly) 


gahan 


elapse(s) (d) (ing) 


gahep 


El Dorado 


gahir 


elect(s) (ed) (ing) 


gahos 


election(s) (of) 


gahry 


elector(s) (ate) 


gahsa 


electric (al) (ally) 


gahte 


„ battery (ies) 


gahvi 


„ generator(s) 


gahxo 


„ installation 


gahyv 


lights 


gahzu 


storage 


gaict 


electrician(a) 


gaimf 


electricity 


gairs 


electrify (ies) (ied) (ing) 


gaish 


electro 


gajap 


electrolytic 


gajba 


element(s) (al) 


gajce 


elementary 


gajdi 


elevate(s) (d) (ing) See Erect, Promote 


gajer 


elevation (of) 


gajfo 


elevator(s) 


gajgu 


„ and launders 


gajtay 


,, broken down 


gajis 


elicit(s) (ed) (ing) (from) See Extract, Get, Obtain 


gajot 


eligible 


sajyx 


eliminate(s) (d) (ing) See Exclude, Separate 


gakar 


else 


gakes 


nothing else 

elsewhere 


gakit 


gakja 


not elsewhere 


gakke 



elude(s) (d) (ing) 
emanate(s) (d) (ing) (from) 
embankment(s) 
embargo (es) (ed) (ing) (on; 
embarrass (es) (ed) (ing) (by) 
are (is) greatly embarrassed (by) 

„ („) slightly „ („) 

„ („) not embarrassed (by) 
embarrassment(s) (of j 
free from cmbarrassmoots 
embassy (ies) 
British Embassy 
embezzle(s) (d) (ing) 
embezzlement(s) 
embolite (bromide of silver) 
embrace(s) (d) (ing) 
emerald(s) 
emerge (s) (d) (ing) 
emergency (ies) 
in case of emergency 
on an emergency 
emigrate(s) (d) (ing) 
emigration (of) 
eminent (ly) 
emissicn(s) 
emolument(s) 
Emperor(s) 
emphasize(s) (d) (ing) 
emphatic (ally) 
empire(s) 

employ(s) (ed) (ing) (by) 
employe(s) (of) 
employer(s) 
employment (of)_ 
empower(s) (ed) (ing) 
Empress (es) 
empty (ies) (ied) (ing) 
enable(s) (d) (ing) (to) 
enact(s) (ed) (ing) (by) 
enclose(s) (d) (ing) (in) 
enclosure(s) (in) 
enclosure(s) found 
„ missing 

„ omitted 

encouragefs) (d) (ing) (to) 
encouragement 
give(s) tvery encouragement (for) (to) 



67 



See Avoid, Evade 
See Arise, Proceed 



See Include 
Su Issue 



See Pay, Remuneration, Salary, 
[Wages 



See Authorise, Enable 



( 



( 



)(, 
)(, 



no 

hold out every „ 

no encouragement (for) (to) 

encroach (es) (ed) (ing) (on) 

encroachment(s) (on) 

encumbrance (s) (on) 

end(s) (ed) (ing) (by) 

at an end 

by end of 

end of the 

ends here 

in the end 

to „ „ that 

„ what end 

endanger(s) (ed) (ing) (by) 

endeavour(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 

every endeavour 

„ ,, has been made to 

in spite of all endeavours 
no endeavour 

„ ,, has been made to 

our (my) best endeavours 
their (his, her) best endeavours 
use every endeavour to 
your best endeavours 
endless (ly) 
endorse (s) (d) (by) (ing) 

to endorse Endom(i) (i) (ing) — com 



Su also Tr> 



68 



Gakmo - Gecfu 



ABABY — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code word of 10 Utters. It has no meaning. See Prefaoe. 



gatso 



not endorsed Endorse(s) (d) (ing)— cont. 

unless endorsed 

endorsee(s) (of) 

endorsement(s) (of) 

blank endorsement 

require(s) endorsement (of) 

whose endorsement is it 

with „ (of) 

without „ („) 

endorsor(s) 

enemy (ies) 

energetic I al) 

energy (ies) 

enforce(s) (d) (ing) (on) 

can enforce 

„ you enforce 
cannot enforce 
do not „ 
enforce at once 
fear cannot enforce 
shall we (I) „ 
engage(s) (d) (ing) (for) 
authorise you to engage 
do not engage 
already engaged 
engaged by 
mostly engaged 
engagement(s) 
all engagements met 

do not enter into any complicated engagements 
„ „ make any engagement (s) 
following engagements made 
future engagements 
no engagement (s) 
present engagement(s) 
what engagements made 

engine(s) See also Machinery 

air engine(s) 
atmospheric engine(s) 
boring engine(s) 
compound engine(s) 
cost of erecting engine(s) 
engine broken down 

„ capable of hoisting ( — ) tons 

„ dnver(s) 

„ house 

,, in bad condition 

•• •» fair „ 

„ „ good „ 

„ needs repairs 

„ of ( — ) horse power 

„ quite useless 

„ running 
full working power of engine is 
gas engine(s) 
hauling engine(s) 
hoisting „ 
mill engine(s) 
„ „ running 

now-manhauling engine(s) 
pumping and winding engine(s) 

,, engine(s) 
repairs to engine 
steam engine(s) 
to erect „ 

engineer(s) (of) (ed) (ing) See also Certificate 
a thoroughly efficient engineer 
act on report of engineer 

advise appointment of ( — ) as consulting engineer 
appoint engineer at salary of 
appointed engineer 
can we act on engineer's report 
i„ you recommend consulting engineer for ( — ), 
I salary ( — ) per annum for ( — ) years, to com- 
l mence on Engineer® (id) {ing)— cont, 



gattu 

gatuh 

gatvy 

gatwa 

gatyj 

gatze 

gauhl 

gaumt 

gaupf 

gaurb 

gausm 

gavad 

gavbo 

gavcu 

gavdy 

gavef 

gavfa 

gavge 

gavhi 

gavig 

gavoh 

gavuj 

gavyk 

gawjo 

gawly 

gawuk 

gaxaf 

gaxeg 

gaxih 

gaxku 

gaxma 

gaxne 

gaxoj 
gaxpi 
gaxyl 

gaylt 

gayng 

gayph 

gayrf 

gazag 

gazeh 

gazij 

gazok 

gazro 

gazsu 

gazty 

gazul 

gazva 

gazwe 

gazzi 

gealt 

geang 

geaph 

gebav 

gebex 

gebre 

gebsi 



gebto 

gebvu 

gebwy 

gebyd 

gebza 

gecax 

gecbe 

gecci 

gecdo 

gecfu 



cannot act on engineer's report 
civil engineer(s) 
company's engineer 
consider engineer competent 
„ „ incompetent 

consulting engineer(s) 

„ mechanical engineer 
„ mining engineer 
do you consider engineer competent 
electrical engineer(s) 
engineer has been engaged 
„ „ resigned 

„ 's opinion 
„ 's report (s) 
independent engineer 

ii „ 's report 

is an engineer of good repute 
local „ 
mining engineer(s) 

,i „ confirms report 

,, „ does not confirm report 

ii H reports 

i, „ will be sent to examine the properly 

our engineer 
report of engineer 
request „ to report 

i, „ ,| in detail 

resident „ 
send engineer (to) 
shall we engage engineer locally 
telegraph report of engineer(s) 
their (his) engineer 

(willing to act as consulting engineer, salary ( — ) p -r 
I annum for ( — ) years, to commence on 
/willing to act as consulting engineer to ( — ) at ( — ) 
I per annum 

(willing to act as consulting engineer to ( — ) on con- 
( ditions named 

(wish you to act as consulting engineer, salary (—) 
I per annum for ( — ) years, to commence 
your engineer 
England (English) 
for England 
from „ 
in „ 

to „ 

enhance(s) (d) (ing) (by) 
enjoy(s) (ed) (ing) (ment) 
enlarge(s) (d) (ing) 
enlighten(s) (ed) (ing) 
enlist(s) (ed) (ing) 
enormous (ly) 
enough (for) 

„ for the present 
„ to 
if enough (for) 
„ not enough (for) 
is it „ ( „ ) 
not enough (for) 
„ quite enough (for) 
quite enough (for) 
there is (are) enough (for) 
enquire (s) (d) (ing) 
enquirer(s) 
enquiry (ies) 
ensure(s) (d) (ing) 
entail(s) (ed) (ing) 
might entail 
will „ 
would „ 

entangle(s) (d) (ing) (in) 
entanglement(s) 
enter(s) (ed) (ing) (into) (upon) 
enterprise (s) (ing) 
entertain(s) (ed) (ing) Eniertain{s) {ed) (ing)— cont. 



See Inform. Instruct 



See also Sufficient 



See Inquire 
See Inquirer 
See Inquiry 



Gecgy— Gheip 



59 



Entertaln(s) (ed) (Ing)— cont. 






cannot entertain the idea (proposal) 


genho 


erase (a) (d) (ing) 


disposed to entertain the idea (proposal) 


genyr 


erect(s) (ed) (ing) 


if we (I) do not entertain the idea (proposal) 


geoct 


erection 


„ „ (,,) entertain the idea (proposal) 


geolg 


are ready for erection 


„ you do not entertain the idea (proposal) 


geors 


erosive 


„ „ entertain the idea (proposal) 


geosh 


erratic 


cannot be entertained 


gepju 


erroneous (ly) 


enthusiasm 


gepky 


error(s) 


enthusiastic (ally) 


gepni 


advised in error 


entice(s) (d) (ing) See Persuade, Tempt 


geppo 


an error on our (my) part 


entire (ly) 


gepys 


in error 


and the entire 


gerry 


not in error 


but „ „ 


gersa 


owing to an error 


not „ „ 


gerte 


there i3 an error 


the entiro 


gervi 


,,. no „ 


if entirely 


gerxo 


what is the „ 


„ not entirely 


geryt 


eruption(s) 


not entirely 


gerzu 


escape(s) (d) (ing) (from) 


entirety 


gesby 


escort(s) (ed) (ing) 


in its entirety 


gesca 


escrow See also Deed 


entitle(s) (d) (ing) (to) 


gesde 


as au escrow 


does it entitle us (me, you, them, him, her) to 


gesfi 


in escrow 


if it entitles us (me, you, them, him, her) to 


gesgo 


especial (ly) 


„ does not entitle us (me, you, them, him, her) to 


geshu 


essence(s) 


it entitles us (me, you, them, him, her) to 


gesyv 


essential (ly) See alto Necessary 


fully entitled to 


getjy 


establish (es) (ed) (ing) 


not entitled to 


getka 


eatabhshment(s) 


they are (he, she, it is) entitled to 


getle 


estate 


,, ( „ „ ) not entitled to 


getmi 


„ assigned for benefit of creditors 


we are (I am) entitled to 


getpu 


in the estate of 


„ ( „ ) not entitled to 


getyx 


personal estate 


you are entitled to 


geugs 


residuary estate 


„ not entitled to 


geuht 


trustee(s) to the estate of 


entrance(s) (to) 


geulm 


esteem(s) (ed) (ing) 


entreat(s) (ed) (ing) See Beg, Implore 


geump 


estimate(s) (d) (ing) (at) 


entreaty (ies) (of) 


geurx 


about the estimate 


entry (ies) 


geutz 


above the estimate (by) 


forcible entry 


gevux 


at what do you estimate 


enumerate(s) (d) (ing) See Count, Name, Number 


gevyz 


below the estimate (by) 


enumeration(s) 


gexas 


do you think estimates are reliable 


en7elop(s) (ed) (ing) (in) 


gexba 


estimate(s) is (are) 


epidemic (s) 


gexce 


of 


epidemic broken out 


gexdi 


„ (calculate(s)) roughly 


epitomise(s) (d) (ing) Set Abbreviate, Compress, 


gexet 


„ will be sufficient for all requirements 


equable [Condense 


gexfo 


get an estimate 


equal (ly) (to) 


gexgu 


high „ 


about equal (to) 


gexhy 


low „ 


almost „ ( „ ) 


gexiv 


moderate „ 


being „ („) 


gexuz 


no estimates 


fully ■ „ (.,) 


gexyb 


not to estimate (for) 


if equal (to) 


geyhl 


our (my) „ (is) 


„ not equal (to) 


geymt 


over estimate(s) (d) (ing) 


is it „ („) 


geync 


rough estimate 


must be equal (to) 


geypf 


their (his, her) estimate (is) 


not fully „ \ „ ) 


geyrb 


under estimate(s) (d) (ing) 


„ equal (to) 


geysm 


up to the estimate 


on equal 


gezat 


what is the estimate (of) (for) 


equalise(s) (d) (ing) (by) 


gezev 


your estimate (is) 


equality 


gezix 


estimated at 


equidistant (from) 


gezja 


„ „ about 


equilibrium 


gezke 


what is the estimated 


equipment(s) 


gezli 


estreat(s) (ed) (ing) 


equitable (y) 


gezmo 


et cetera 


equity (ies) See also Redemption 


geznu 


European 


in equity 

equivalent(s) (ly) (to) 


gezpy 


evade(s) (d) (ing) 


gezyc 


evaporate(s) (d) (ing) 


as an. equivalent 


ghaaf 


evaporation 


equivalent is 


ghaeg 


evaporator(s) 


of 


ghaih 


evasive (ly) 


for the equivalent of 


ghaob 


even (at) (ly) 


if the „ 


ghauc 


be even with 


nearly „ (to) 


ghayd 


even as 


nol equivalent (to) 


gheam 


„ if 


what is the equivalent (of) 


gheen 


„ „ possible 


equivocation(s) 


gheip 


,, so b-vm {ly) — cwdt, 



70 



Gheoj Giofd 



even then 

„ though 
not even 

.. „ at 

,. „ if 
evening 
event(s) 
at all events 
great ,, 
in either event 

,, the event of 
to abide the event 
eventual (ly) 
eventuality 
ever 

» BO 

every 

almost every (everyone) 

every one (of) 

for every (everyone) 

from every (everyone) 

in every (everyone) 



Even (ly) — cont. 



( 



) 



not 
of 
on „ ( „ ) 

to „ ( „ ) 
everybody (to) 
everything (to) 

„ after 

,, before 

everyway 
everywhere 

,, else 

evidence (s) 
circumstantial evidence 
in evidence 
material evidence 
evident (ly) 
it is evident that 

„ not evident that 
and evidently 
but „ 
evidently the 
evil (ly) 

evoke(s) (d) (bag) 
ex 

exact(s) (ed) (ing) (from) 
exaction(s) 
exactly 

exaggerate^) (d) (big) 
exaggsration(s) 
examination(s) (of) 
after making examination 
before „ „ 

careful examination 
certificate of examination 
examination in progress 
fee and expenses for examination amount to 
„ for examination exclusive of expenses 
for examination 
further examination 
superficial „ 
thorough „ 
under „ 

what do you think will be the result of the examination 
when examination is completed 
examine(s) (d) (big) (into) 
cannot examine 
examine and report 

„ carefully 
permit ( — ) to examine 
refused permission to examine 
send someone to examine 
we have given ( — ) permission to examine 
closely examined Examinees) (d) (ing) — cont. 



gifwu 
gifym 
gifzy 
gigah 

gigba 
gigce 
gigdi 
gigfo 
giggu 
g'ghy 
gigik 
gigol 
gigum 

gigyn 

gihaj 

gihek 

gihli 

gihom 

gihun 

gihyp 

gijak 

gijel 

gijim 

gijon 

gijsi 

gijto 

gijvu 
giiwy 

riy 

gijza 

gikal 

gikbe 

gikci 

gikdo 

gikem 

gikfu 

gikgy 

gikha 

gikin 

gikop 

gikur 

gikys 

gilam 

gilen 

gilip 

gilje 

gilki 

gillo 

gilmu 

gilny 

gilor 

gilpa 

gilus 

gilyt 

giman 

gimep 

gimir 

gimos 

gimut 

gimvy 

gimwa 

ginue 

ginap 

ginbi 

ginco 

gindu 

giner 

ginfy 

ginga 

ginot 

ginuv 

ginyx 

giofd 



on being examined Examlne(a) (d) (Ing) — cemt 

„ „ „ found to be 

example (8) 
for example 

exasperate(s) (d) (big) Su Irritate 

excavate(s) (d) (big) 
excavation(s) 
excavator(s) 

exceed(s) (ed) (big) (by) (bigly) 
is it likely to exceed 
must not exceed 
it is likely to exceed 

„ not likely to exceed 
at not exceeding 
but not „ 

•i ii about 

not exceeding 
excel(s) (led) (ling) 
excellence 
excellency (ies) 
excellent (ly) 
most excellent 
except(s) (ed) (big) (for) 
except a (an) 

„ after 

„ also 

» at 

„ however 

.. if 

„ on the understanding that 

„ only 

„ our(s) (my, mine) 

„ that (those) 

i. the 

„ their(s) (his, hers, its) 

„ them (him, her) 

„ they (he, she, it) 

„ this (these) 

>i we (I) 

„ when 

„ which 

„ you 

„ your(s) 
not excepting 

exceptaon(s) (al) (ally) (of) (to) 
as an exception (to) (only) 
make an „ ( „ ) 
„ no „ („) 
this is an „ („) 
with exception of 
excess (es) 
and the excess 

carry (ies) (ied) (ing) to excess 
in excess of 

„ „ to the extent of 
somewhat in excess (of) 
what is the „ 
excessive (ly) 
considered excessive 
is (are) very „ 
not considered „ 
exchange (of) 

at current rate of exchange (for) 
„ exchange of 
best possible exchange 
favourable to the exchange 
exchange rate 

,. (— ) and & 



Exchange — cont 



(— ) 


„ 


A 


(-) 


tt 


A 


(— ) 


!> 


i 


(~) 


» 


A 


(— ) 


1) 


A 


(-) 


ft 


A 


(-) 


„ 


i 



Gioks — Goamp 



71 



exchange rate ( — ) and 3 9 2 Exchange — coni. 


gixod 


„ (-) 


. A 


gixuf 


„ (-) 


, n 


gixyg 


„ (— ) 


, t 


gizab 


.. (-) 


> at 


gizec 


„ (-) 


, ft 


gizid 


„ (-) 


. £* 


gizju 


„ (-) 


, i 


gizky 


,. (-) 


» M 


gizla 


„ (-) 


, ft 


gizme 


„ (-) 


, tt 


gizni 


„ (-) 


, ft 


gizof 


„ (— ) 


■ n 


gizpo 


.. (— ) 


, H 


gizug 


„ (-) 


. n 


gizyh 


,, (-) 


1 £ 


glaah 


,, (— ) 


, 'ii 


glaeb 


„ (-) 


, « 


glaod 


„ (— ) 


, n 


glauf 


,, (-) 


, s 


glayg 


„ (— ) 


:ll 


gleap 


„ (-) 


gleik 


,, (-) 


. U 


gleol 


., (~)d 


scount 


gleum 


„ „ ( — ) premium 


gleyn 


» ,. par 




gliaz 


if exchange is favour 


ible 


glier 


„ ,, ,, unfavourable 


gliot 


in „ for 




gluaj 


of exchange 




gluek 


sight exchange 




gluil 


3 days' sight exchan 


J« 


gluom 


IS 




gluun 


30 t» n 




gluyp 


60 „ „ 




glyar 


(-) „ 




glyes 


3 months' sight exchange 


glyit 


4 n »» 




glyov 


6 H N 




glyux 


(— ) „ 




gnaaj 


T.T. Exchange 




gnaek 


to receive in exchang 


e 


gnail 


unfavourable to the e 


<ccliange 


gnaom 


what is the rate of 


(on) (for) 


gnaun 


„ shall we (I) receive in exchange 


gnayp 


exchangeable 




gnear 


exchanged (ing) 




gnees 


exchequer 
excisefs) (d) (ing) 


Set also Chancellor, Court 


gneit 


(able) 


gneov 


excite (s) (d) (ing) 




gneux 


excitement 




gneyz 


great excitement (here) 


gniab 


no excitement (here) 




gniec 


what is the cause of the excitement 


gniof 


exclude(a) (d) (ing) 




gnoak 


exclusion (of) 




gnoel 


to the exclusion (of) 




gnoim 


exclusive (of) (ly) 


(ness) 


gnoon 


„ of this (these) 


gnoup 


if exclusive of 




gnoyj 


„ not exclusive of 




gnuas 


is it „ „ 




gnuet 


*ot „ „ 




gnuiv 


what is it exclusive of 


gnuox 


exculpate (s) (d) (ii 


ng) See Exonerate 


gnuux 


excusable (y) 




gnuyr 


excuse(s) (d) (ing) 




gnyac 


a plausible excuse 




gnyed 


no excuse 




gnyif 


will admit of some excuso 


gnyog 


„ not admit of any 




gnyuh 


execute(s) (d) (ing 


) (at) 


goags 


do very best to exect 


ite 


goaht 


execute at once 




goalm 


when was it executec 


i Execu!e(s) (a*) (ing) — cent. 


goamp 



why is it not executed Exeoute(s) (d) (Ing) — cont. 

execution (of) 

executive (of) 

executor(s) (executrix) (of) 

exempt(s) (ed) (ing) (from) 

exemption(s) (of) (from) 

apply for exemption 

„ „ „ for longest period possible 

» n .» .» (— ) weeks 

exemption expires on 

,, from labour conditions 
„ refused 
fear cannot get exemption 
for how long has exemption been obtained 
general exemption 

„ „ for ( — ) weeks 

has exemption been obtained 
have applied for exemption 

„ „ „ „ for longest period possible 

» n .. .. if (— ) weeks 

( — ) ., on the ground 



obtained 



hope to get exemption 



on the ground of 

for ( — ) weeks 
until 



[of 



for ( — ) weeks [of 

„ „ „ „ ( — ) „ on the ground 

„ „ „ on the ground of 

will have to apply for exemption 

exercise(s) (d) (ing) 

exert(s) (ed) (ing) 

exertion(s) 

by great exertion 

use every „ 

exhaust(s) (ed) (ing) (ive) (ively) 

exhibit(s) (ed) (ing) 
I exhibition(s) 

exhibitor(s) 

exist(s) (ed) (ing) 

existence 

exonerate(s) (d) (ing) 

exorbitant (ly) 

considered exorbitant 

expand(s) (ed) (ing) 

expansion 

double expansion 

quadruple „ 

triple „ 

expect(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 

as we (I) might expect (to) 

cannot expect (to) 

do not „ („) 

„ „ think you can expect 

„ they (does he, she) „ (to) 

„ you expect (to) 

expect not to 
„ that 

fully expect (to) 

hardly „ („) 

how much do they (does he, she) expect 
„ „ you expect 

if they (he, she) do(es) r.oi expect (to) 

„ „ ( ,, ) expect(s) (to) 

„ you do not expect (to) 

„ „ expect (to) 

may expect (to) 

must „ („) 
„ not expect (to) 

not to expect (to) 

shall (will) expect (to) 
„ ( „ ) not expect (to) 

they (he, she) do not expect (to) 
i> ( .1 .. ) expect(s) (to) 

to expect (to; Expeci(s) (ed) (ing)— cont. 



72 Goarx— Goryl 

ABABY — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code word of 10 letters 
ExpecL(s) (ed) (ir.&) — cont, 
we (I) do not expect (to) 
„ („) expect (to) 
what do you expect (to) 
when do they (does he, she) expect (to) 
„ „ you expect (to) 
„ may we (I) expect (to) 
you do not expect (to) 

„ expect (to) 
are they (is he, she, it) expected (to) 
„ we (am I) expected (to) 
„ you expected (to) 
expected here 
„ not to 

„ that they (he, she) (would) 
„ „ we (I) (would) 

n >» y° u (would) 

M tO 

fully expected (to) 



is 


•i 


(on) 


n 


•> 


about 


• I 


•i 


immediately (to) 


it is 


ii 


(that) 


not 


ii 




now 


ii 


(at) 


only 


ii 


(to) 



were (was) expected (to) 

ii ( >» ) not expected (to) 

„ they (was he, she, it) expected (to) 

ii ii ( » » ) not expected (to) 

„ you expected (to) 

„ „ not expected (to) 
when is (— ) „ ( „ ) 
not expecting (to) 
they are (he, she is) expecting (to) 

ii ii ( » „ ) not expecting (to) 
we „ (I am) expecting (to) 
n ii ( » ) not expecting (to) 
expectancy (ies) 
expectation(s) 
below our (my) expectations 

„ their (his, her) expectations 

„ your expectations 
contrary to expectation (s) 
does not equal expectations 
equals expectation (s) 
exceeds ,, 

fall(s) below expectation (s) 
in expectation of 
is there any expectation (of) 
expediency 
expedient 

as may be deemed expedient 
consider it expedient (to) 
do not consider it expedient (to) 

» you „ „ „ („) 

if considered expedient (to) 

most expedient that 

expedite(s) (d) (ing) 

expedition(s) 

expeditious (ly) 

expend(s) (ed) (ing) 

for the month ending ( — ) have expended ( — ) on 

this half-year have expended ( — ) on 

expenditure (of) See also Capital, Plant, Returns 

curtail expenditure 

estimate of expenditure (on) 

estimated expenditure (on) 

exceptional capital expenditure 

expenditure above estimate 

,, approved 

ii at 

„ below estimate 

,, has been extravagant 

„ including 

„ „ redemption 

Expenditure— cont. 



See Hasten 
See Prompt, Quick 



gojlu 

gojmy 

gojna 

gojpe 

gojuc 

gojyd 

gokax 

gokib 

gokoc 

gokri 

gokso 

goktu 

gokud 

gokvy 

gokwa 

gokyf 

golbi 

golco 

goldu 

goleb 

golft 

golga 

golhe 

golic 

golod 

goluf 

golyg 

gomec 

gomid 

gomjo 

gomku 

gomly 

gomma 

gomne 

gomof 

gompi 

gomyh 

gonac 

goned 

gonif 

gonog 

gonro 

gonsu 

gonty 

gonuh 

gonva 

gonxe 

gonyj 

gonzi 

goobt 

goohd 

goons 

goork 

gopbo 

gopcu 

gopdy 

gopef 

gopfa 

gopge 

gophi 

gopoh 

gopuj 

gopyk 

gorju 

gorky 

gorla 

gorme 

gorni 

goroj 

gorpo 

goruk 

goryl 



It has no meaning. See Preface. 

Expenditure — cont. 
expenditure including redemption and depreciation 

„ not approved 

„ „ warranted 

„ of mine 

ii on 

„ „ battery 

„ „ capital account 

,, „ machinery 

„ „ mine 

„ „ revenue account 

„ „ works 

„ to date in connection with ( — ) is 

„ warranted 

further expenditure 
gross expenditure 

have diminished expenditure to lowest point 
heavy expenditure 
monthly expenditure on ( — ) is about 

„ „ ( — ) will be about 

necessary „ 
net expenditure 
no „ 

(of this capital expenditure ( — ) is on ( — ) (or on the 
\ special work of which you are aware) 
require for each week's expenditure 
„ „ fortnight's expenditure 

„ „ month's „ 

•• „ quarter's „ 

revenue expenditure for month ( — ), loss 

ii .. , ii „ (—), profit 

Jrevenue expenditure for month ( — ), profit ( — ), 
{ capital expenditure 

(revenue expenditure for month ( — ), profit ( — ), net 
| cash expenditure, as per cash book 
small°expenditure 
total „ 

„ „ must not exceed 

what is the expenditure 
„ „ total expenditure 
» ,, ii , ,i to date 

„ will be the estimated expenditure 
„ „ „ expenditure 
expense(s) (of) Seealso Boring, Crushing, Develop- 
actual expenses (only) [ment, Hauling, Mining 

additional expenses 

agree to expenses as per your telegram (or letter of 
all expenses [( — ) date) or (No. ( — )) 

„ „ up to allotment 

„ possible expenses must be reduced 
allow them (him, her) for their (his, her) expenses 
and expenses 
are „ included 
at a reasonable expense 
(at) our (my) expense 
(„) their (his, her) expense 
( „ ) whose expense 
( „) your expense 
avoid expense 
can reduce expenses 
cannot „ „ 

considerable expense 
current expenses 
debit all „ to 
do not incur any expense(s) 
„ „ spare „ expense 
estimated expenses 

„ „ to next crushing 

„ working expenses 
exclusive of expenses 
expense(s) for 

„ have been 

„ including fee will be 

„ must be 

„ of bringing out the company 

„ to be Expense^) — cont. 



Gosag— Gufab 



78 



expense(s) to be paid by £xpense(s) — cont. 

„ will be less 
» » » very heavy 

„ „ not be heavy 

expenses at 
extra expense(s) 
for expense(s) 
free of expense (s) 
further „ 
gross „ 
have incurred only the necessary expense(s) 

„ not incurred any expense(s) 
heavy expenses 

if expense(s) amount(s) to less than 
ii ii ii ii more than 

in order to avoid expense 
including all expenses 
incur no expenses 
legal expenses 
less estimated expenses 

„ expenses 
monthly expenses 
necessary „ 
net expenses 
no expense(s) 

„ „ to be incurred in the matter 
office expenses 
payment of expenses 
personal expenses 
plus expenses 
preliminary expenses 
provided that expenses do not exceed 
provision for Colonial expenses 

„ „ London „ 

reduction expenses 
regardless of expense 
salary and expenses 

shall we (I) incur ( — ) expense on our joint account 
so that expenses may be kept down 
state exactly each separate item of expense 
to avoid expense 
„ meet expenses 
„ reduce „ 
total expenses 

„ „ of floating the company (is) 

„ „ „ the mill this month (is) 

ii ii »i ii mine ,, ,, (,,) 

„ „ per ton of 2,000 lbs, 

11 i> 11 11 2,240 „ 

unavoidable expense 
unnecessary „ 
what are the expenses 

,. „ ,, of hauling 

„ is the cause of the extra expense 

„ will be the extra expense 
who is to pay expenses 
why are the expenses 
with expenses 
without expense(s) 
working expenses 
expensive (ly) 
too expensive 

will be expensive to mine and mill 
experience (d) (in) 
must have experience (in) 
no experience (in) 
of great experience 
our (my) own experience 
their (his, her) „ 
what is their (his, her) experience 

„ your experience 
your experience 

experiment(s) (ed) ling) (al) (ally) 
expert(s) See also Certificate 

expert's report Experts) — cont. 



greiv 

greox 

greuz 

greyr 

griac 

gried 

griog 

groal 

groem 

groop 

grouj 

groyk 

gruat 

gruev 

gruix 

gruoz 

gruur 

gruys 

gryad 

gryef 

gryig 

gryoh 

gryub 

guact 

gualg 

guamf 

guars 

gubap 

guber 

gubis 

gubji 

gubko 

gublu 

gubmy 

gubna 

gubot 

gubpe 

gubuv 

gubyx 

gacar 

guces 

gucit 

gucov 

gucri 

guctu 

gucux 

gucvy 

gucwa 

gucyz 

gucze 

gudas 

gudbi 

gudco 

guddu 

gudet 

gudfy 

gudga 

gudhe 

gudiv 

gudox 

guduz 

gudyb 

gufat 

gufev 

gufix 

gufjo 

gufku 

gufly 

gufma 

gufne 

gufoz 

gufpi 

rTjfub 



financial expert(s) Expert(s)— *ont. 

mining expert(s) 
expiration (of) 
after the expiration of 
before the „ ,, 

on „ „ „ 

expire(a) (d) (ing) (on) 
if it expires after 
„ „ before 
until it expires 
when does it expire 

expiry See Expiration 

explain(s) (ed) (ing) (to) See also Define, Specify 
explain fully 

„ „ by letter 
„ „ „ telegraph 
11 why 
will explain later 
explanation(s) (of) 
await full explanation (s) 

cannot give any explanation(s) [( — ) date) 

explanation is given in our (my) letter No. ( — ) (or 

11 11 •• .1 ( 11 ) telegram of 

full explanation 
further „ 

insist upon a satisfactory explanation 
no explanation 
offer(s) following explanation 
what explanation can we (I) give 
ii 11 n you give 

„ is the explanation 
explicit (ly) (ness) 
explode(s) (d) (ing) 
exploration(s) 
advise ceasing exploration work 

„ further „ 

cost of exploration (would be) 
exploration and development works 

„ at surface 

„ in the higher levels 

„ „ lower „ 

„ underground 

extensive explorations 
recent „ 

to carry on „ (at) 

exploratory 
explore(s) (d) (ing) 
explosion(s) 
boiler explosion 
dynamite explosion 
explosion in mine 

„ of fire damp 

„ taken place at 

,i >i >i (— ). no one hurt 

11 11 (— ), (— ) injured 

„ (— ), (-) killed 
„ (—).(—) .. and (— ) 
gas explosion [injured 

gunpowder explosion 
injured by the explosion 
is anyone killed or injured by the explosion 
,, the explosion serious 
explosive(s) 

export(s) (ed) (ing) (er(s)) (of) 
to export 
exportation 
expose(s) (d) (ing) 
exposure(s) 

expostulate(s) (d) (ing) See Remonstrate 

express (es) (ed) (ing) 
expressly 

expropriate(s) (d) (ing) 
expropriation(s) 
extend(s) (ed; (ing) (to) 
(„)(„) from 

Eximd(:) {ed) (ing) — cont. 



74 



Gufyc — Ouxor 



to extend (to) Extend(s) (ed) (ing) — cont. 

try to extend (to) 

until when can you extend 

has been extended ( — ) feet, a total of ( — ) feet 

extension(s) (for) (to) 

ask(s) for extension 

can get (give) extension (of) 
„ .you get an „ (to) 

cannot get (give) an extension 

extension of 

have got extension of (till) 

no extension 

extensive (ly) 

extent (of) 

full extent 

limited extent 

(to) a great extent 

(»») n moderate extent 

( „ ) „ small extent 

(„) any extent 

( i, ) „ great extent 

( „ ) no extent 

( „ ) some extent 

to that extent 

„ the „ of 

(to) what extent 

what is the extent (of) 

extenuating 

„ circumstances 

exterior 

external (ly) 

extinct (ion) 

extinguish (es) (ed) (ing) 

extortion (ate) 

extra(s) (for) 

anything extra 

extras are 

if extra 

,, not extra 

no extras 

not extra 

nothing extra 

what „ 

extract(s) (ed) (ing) (from) 

extraction 

actual extraction 

„ „ by cyanide process 

„ „ „ „ (— ) per cent, 

cost of „ 

percentage of extraction 

theoretical extraction [( — ) per cent. 

„ „ ( — ) per cent., actual extraction 

„ „ by cyanide process 

m n >• t» (—) per cent. 

extractor(s) 
extraordinary (ily) 
extravagance 
great extravagance 
extravagant (ly) 
extreme(s) (of) (ly) 
as an extreme 
in the extreme 
extremity (ies) 
in the last extremity 
F 

fabrication(s) See Invention 

face(s) See also Value 

all driving faces 
face continues in schist 

n it •• ore 

„ does not 

„ in the north end shows 

„ „ south „ „ 

ii ii east „ .. 

„ west „ „ Face(s) — cont. 



gunaf 

guneg 

gunih 

gunoj 

gunry 

gunsa 

gunte 

gunuk 

gunvi 

gunxo 

gunyl 

gunzu 

guolt 

guong 

guoph 

guorf 

gupag 

gupby 

gupca 

gupde 

gupeh 

gupfi 

gupgo 

guphu 

gupij 

gupok 

gupul 

gupym 

guirah 

gurik 

gurja 

gurke 

gurmo 

gurnu 

gurol 

gurpy 

guryn 

gusaj 

gusek 

gusil 

gusom 

gusra 

gusti 

gusun 

gusvo 

guswu 

gusyp 

guszy 

gutak 

gutba 

gutce 

gutdi 

gutel 

gutfo 

gutgu 

guthy 

gutyr 

guubt 

guuns 

guurk 

guval 

guvem 

guvin 

guvje 

guvki 

guvlo 

guvmu 

guvny 

guvop 

guvpa 

guvur 

guvys 

guxen 

guxip 

guxor 



face entered good ore Face(s) — cml 

„ is 

„ „ showing 

„ looks 

ii of 

•• ii adit 

„ „ cross-cut 

.„ „ level 

„ „ tunnel 

„ shows slatey formation 

„ to face (with) 
faces here are in the footwall country 
from the appearance of the face 
gold showing in face 
how does the face look 
in face (of it) 

„ the face carries seams of pyrites 
on the face of it 

what is the grade of ore in the face 
facilitate(s) (ed) (ing) 
in order to facilitate matters 
to facilitate matters 
will „ „ 

,, it facilitate matters 

>• not „ „ 

facility (ies) (for) 
give every facility (for) (to) 
no facilities (for) 
what are the facilities for 
with every facility (for) 
fac-simile 
fact(s) 

as a matter of fact 
did (do) you know all the facts 
if it is a fact (that) 
i» i» n not a fact (that) 
in fact 

is it a fact (that) 
it is „ ( „ ) 
„ „ a well-known fact (that) 
„ „ not a fact (that) 
material facts withheld 
the fact of the matter is 

„ facts as far as they are known (are) 
were aware of all the facts 

,, not aware of all the facts 
what are the real facts 
factor (y) (ies) 
fahlore 
showing fahlore 
fail(s) (ed) (ing) (to) (for) 
without fail 
failed, and liabilities said to amount to 

„ , are you interested 

„ , we are (I am) 
not failed 
failing both 

„ either 

„ this (these) 

„ „ it will be necessary to 

„ which 
failure(s) (of) 
by the failure (of) 
concerned in failure of 
failure(s) have (has) affected 
„ „ ( „ ) not affected 

„ likely to affect 
„ not likely to affect 
„ reported of 
is reported a failure 
more failures 

not concerned in failure of 
numerous failures 
partial failure 
some failures 



Guxre— Gykoh 



76 



fair (ly) (ness) 

(are) (be) in a fair way to 

of n i sir 

faith (ful) (fully) 

acting in good faith 

are they (is he, she) acting in good faith 

bad faith 

in good faith 

no faith in 

not acting in good faith 

yours faithfully 

fall(s) (en) (ing) (fell) (through) 

a fall in ( — ) is likely 

„ „ ( — ) „ noi likely 
cause of the fall is 
caused a fall (in) 
expect „ („) 
fall in 

„ has ceased (in) 

„ of 

„ still continues (in) 
fall(s) (en) (ing) (fell) away 

it (»)(••)(») back upon 

„ ( „ ) ( .. ) ( » ) behind 

,, („)(„)( „) short (of) 
has there been a fall (in) 
heavy fall (in) 
on account of the fall (in) 
slight fall (in) 
sudden fall (in) 
tendency to fall 
there has been a fall (in) 
what is the cause of the fall 
fallen about 

„ considerably 

M tO 

falling rapidly 

looks like falling still further 

fallacious (ly) (ness) See Deceptive, Failure, 

falling of! (in) [Misleading 

continued falling off (in) 

no falling off (in) 

slight falling off (in) 

false (ly) (ness) 

falsification(s) 

falsify (ies) (ied) (ing) 

falter(s) (ed) (ing) See Hesitate 

familiar (ly) 

family (ies) 

famous (ly) 

fancy (ies) (ied) (ing) 

far (from) 

as far 



»i ii 
•i 11 


our(s) (my, mine) 

possible 

the 




n k 


their(s) (his, her(s), 


its) 


tt if 


they (lie, she, it) 




ii i> 


we (I) 




i> ii 


yon 




>i ii 


your(s) 




but far 






by m 






far away 






„ too 






if far 






,, not far 






nor far 






„ „ from 




„ so far 




so far 






i> as 






too far 






very „ 







Far — cont. 



gycix 
gycox 
gycru 
gycsy 
gycub 
gycwi 
gycyc 
gydav 
gydbu 
gydcy 
gydda 
gydex 
gydfe 

gydgi 

gydiz 

gydob 

gyduc 

gydyd 

gyect 

gyemf 

gyers 

gyesh 

gyfax 

gyfex 

gyfib 

gyfiy 

gyfka 

gyfle 

gyfmi 

gyfoc 

gyfjpu 

gyfud 

gyfyf 
gyg" 

gygeb 

gygic 

gygod 
gygry 
gygsa 

gygte 
gyguf 

g>'gvi 

gygyg 

gygZTl 

gyhab 

gyhby 

gyhca 

gyhde 

gyhec 

gyhfi 

gyhhu 

gyhid 

gyhof 

gyhug 

gyhyh 

gyig» 

gyiht 

gyilm 

gyimp 

gyirx 

gyita 

gyjac 

gyjed 



gyjat 
gyjyi 

gjkad 
gykef 

gykig 

gykoh 



Tery far from Fai«— tonl, 

fturm(s) (ed) (ing) (er(s)) 

farrier(s) 

farthing(s) 

fashion(s) 

fast 

aa fast as 

i> ii ii possible 

fast and loose 

not fast enough 

very fast 

fasten(s) (ed) (ing) 

faster 

fastest 

fatal (ly) 

fate (d) 

father(a) 

fathom(s) (of) (ed) (Lag) 

fault(s) 

above the fault 

at fault 

below the fault 

beyond „ „ 

consider you are in fault 

driven on the fault 

fault has 

„ „ been passed through 

„ „ come in 

„ „ displaced the lode 
find fault (with) 
influenced by a (the) fault 
is the fault serious 
main fault 

no fault on our (my) part 
„ „ part of 
not influenced by the fault 
„ seriously affected by the fault 
of the fault 

seriously affected by the fault 
slightly „ „ „ 

whose is the fault 
will the fault 

n n influence the outturn seriously 

faulted 
faulty 
very faulty 
favour(s) (ed) (ing) 
are they (is he, she) in favour of 
„ you in favour of 
great favour 

if they are (he, she is) in favour of 
mm m ( n i. ) not in favour of 
„ you „ in favour of 
.1 >i n *°t i° favour of 
in buyers' favour 
,, favour of 
„ our (my) favour 
„ sellers' „ 

„ their (his, her) favour 
„ your favour 
not in favour of 
out of „ 

strongly in favour of 
favourable (y) 
if favourable 
„ not favourable 
less „ 

more ,, 
not „ 

very 

when ,, 
not favourably 
very ,, 
favourite(s) 
fear(a) (ed) (ing) (that) 



Fear(s) (ed) (ing) — cont. 



76 Gykra Haclo 

ABABY — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to comple 



gykra 

gykse 

gykti 

gykuj 

gykwu 

gykyk 

gykzy 

gylaf 
gylba 
gylce 
gyldi 

gyieg 
gyigu 

gylhy 
gyhh 

gyioj 

gyluk 

gylyl 

gymag 

gymeh 

gymij 

gymki 

gymmu 

gymny 

gymok 

gympa 



gymul 

gymym 

gynah 

gynik 

gynol 

gynre 

gynsi 

gynum 

gynvu 

gynxy 

gynyn 

gynza 

gyohl 

gyomt 

gyonc 

gyorb 

gyosm 

gypaj 

gypbe 
gypci 

gypek 
gypfu 

gypgy 

gypha 

gypii 

gypom 
gypun 

gypyp 

gyrak 
gyrel 
g>'rim 

gyrj' 

gyrlu 

gyrmy 

gyrna 

gyron 

gyrpe 

gyrup 

gyryr 

gysal 
gysem 
gysin 
gysop 



Fear(s) (ed) (ing) — cord. 



fear the worst 

for fear (of) 

have reason to fear 

„ no reason to fear 
if you have any I 
» ». >i no fear 

feasible (ility) See Possible, Practicable 

feature(s) (less) 

February See page 240 

federal 
federation(s) 

fee(s) See also Expense 

stamp fees and legal expenses (in connection with) 
survey fees 

feel(s) (ing) (felt) (that) 
should feel 

„ not feel 
they (he, she, it) do(es) not feel 

„ ( » „ ) feel(s) 
we (I) do not feel 

„ („)feel 
you do not feel 

,, feel 
better feeling 
public „ 
there is a feeling of 
what is the general feeling 
worse feeling 

feet See Foot 

fell See Fall 

felonious (ly) 
felony (ies) 
felspar 

felt 

female(s) 

ferocious (ly) Sst Fierce 

ferruginous 

fetch (es) (ed) (ing) St4 Bring, Get 

fever(s) 

few (of) 

a few 

as „ as 

too few 

very „ 

fewer (of) 

fictitious (ly) 

fidelity 

fiduciary 

in a fiduciary capacity 

fierce (ly) 

fifth 

figure(s) (ed) (ing) 

actual figure(s) 

are the figures correct 

figures are correct 
„ „ not correct 

give figures 
,, more precise figures 

flll(s) (ed) (ing) 

filter(s) 

filtration 

final ay) 

and finally 

but „ 

not „ 

or 

finance(s) 

financed (by) (ing) 

financial (ly) 

„ arrangements 

„ position (of) 

„ prospects 

„ requirements 

flnancier(s) 

find(s) (ing) (found) (out) 

Find(s) (ing) (found)— cont. 



it a code word of 10 letters. It has no meaning. Sea Prefaca, 

Find(s) (ing) (found) — cont. 

gysri find(s) (ing) (found) fault with 
gystu „ out what you can (about) 

gysur they (he, she) do(es) not find 
gysvy „ ( „ ) find(s) 

gyswa we (I) can find nothing 

gysys „ (,,) do not find 

gysze „ („) find 

gytam who find(s) 

gytbi you do not find 

gytdu „ find 

gyten found by 
gytfy „ not to be 

gytga „ to be 

gythe is it found 

gytip it will be found that 

gytor not (yet) found 

gytus fine(s) 

gytyt finish (es) (ed) (ing) (with) See also Completed 

gyult fire(s) 

gyung catching (caught) fire 

gyuph damaged by fire 

gyurf . destroyed „ ,, 

gyvan seriously damaged by fire 

gyvep slightly „ „ „ 

gyvir totally destroyed by fire 

gyvku what damage has the fire caused 

gyvly fireclay 

gyvma fire-damp 

gyvne firing out 

gyvos firing out in progress at present 

gyvpi ftrm(s) 

gyvut character of firm good 

gy vyv consider firm (person) 

gyxap do you consider this firm good (for) 

gyxer firm Ai 
gyxis ,, bad 
gyxot „ considered good (for) 
gyxro „ „ weak 

gyxty „ in difficulties 
gyxuv ,„ not considered good 
gyxva ,, „ respectable 
gyxwe „ „ strong but very careful 
gyxyx „ respectable 
gyxzi „ should not be trusted 

gyrar „ speculative 
gyzcu „ talked about 
gyzdy „ unknown 

gyzes rumoured that ( — ) firm have failed 
gyzfa „ „ ( — ) „ is in difficulties 

gyzge telegraph your opinion about this Arm and what amount good to 

gyzhi unfavourable rumours are afloat regarding Orms In (your place) 

gyzit we (I) Inquired for (— ) but considered too mucb for this Urn 

gyzov what is the standing of this firm 

gyzux be firm 
gyzvz „ „ regarding 
haalt „ very firm 

haang can take firm 
haaph „ we (I) take firm 

haarf cannot take firm 

habal closed firm 

habbe do not take firm 

habci firm ( — ) option 

habdo half firm half option 

habfu not firm 
habgy „ so firm 
habha „ very firm 

habop opened firm 

habur take firm 

habys taken firm 

hacam very „ 

— Firms, &c, Styles of 

hacip & Brother 

hacje „ Brothers 

hacki „ „ , Ld. 

haclo „ CO" Firms, Sv., Styles of— cont. 



Hacmu— Hatzu 



w 



Firms, &.O., Styles of— cont. 



& Co., Ld. 

„ Son 

„ „ , Ld. 

i, Sons 

n n » Ld. 

Brothers 

„ & Co. 

» ii . Ld. 

Company, Limited 

„ No liability 
Son & Co. 
it »> • Ld. 
Sons & Co. 
ii H » Ld. 
firmer 
much firmer 
rather „ 
firmest 
firmly 
firmness 
with firmness 
first dy) 
at first 

from first to last 
in the first place 
the first 
and firstly 
but „ 
fissure (s) (d) 
flt(s) (ted) (ting) (tingly) 
fitful ay) 
fitter(s) 
fitting shop 
fix (es) (ed) (ing) (at) 
fixture (s) 
flag(s) 
British flag 
foreign „ 
fiat 

fall(s) (en) (ing) flat 
not so flat 
very flat 
flatten 

flatter(s) (ed) (ing) 
flattish 

fleck(s) (ed) (ing) See Spot 

fleet(s) 
British fleet 
flexible (ility) 
flint(s) 
float(s) 

can you float company (syndicate) 
/consider it advisable to float Co. (syndicate) 
\ immediately 

(consider it advisable to postpone flotation Co. 
| (syndicate) until 

(consider Co. (syndicate) should be floated on or 
I -about 

do you recommend trying to float 
in order to float company (syndicate) 
prepared „ „ ( „ ) 

recommend not trying to float company (syndicate) 

„ trying to float company (syndicate) 

think present moment is favourable to float 
to float the company (syndicate) 

( » ) we want 
floated (by) 
can only be floated if 
cannot be floated 

» h ii nero 

ii » ii yet 
floated for 

„ here 



London 



Ftoiied — con; 



hakuc 

hakyd 

halax 

halib 

haloc 

halro 

halsu 

halty 

halud 

halva 

halxe 

haJyf 

halzi 

hamaz 

hambu 

hamcy 

hamda 

hameb 

hamfe 

hamgi 

hamho 

hamic 

hamod 

hamuf 

hamyg 

banab 

hanec 

hanid 

hanju 

hanky 

hanla 

hanme 

hanni 

hanof 

hanpo 

hanug 

hanyh 

hapac 

hapcd 

hapog 

hapru 

hapta 

hapuh 

hapve 

hapwi 

hapyj 

hapzo 

harby 

harde 

barfi 

haroh 

haryk 

hasaf 

haseg 

hasih 

hasjy 

haska 

hasle 

hasmi 

hasoj 

haspu 

hasuk 

hasyl 

hatag 

hateh 

hatij 

hatok 

hatry 

hatsa 

hatte 

hatul 

hatvi 

hatwo 

hatym 

hatzu 



floated locally Floated— -cont. 

purchased and floated 
should be easily floated 
will be floated 
„ it be floated 
„ not be floated 
floating (by) 
before floating 

have not succeeded in floating 
„ succeeded in floating 
„ they (has he) succeeded in floating 
,, you succeeded in floating 
no chance of floating 
we have the management of floating 
would join us in floating 
flood(s) (ed) (ing) 
floor(s) (ing) 
depositing floors 
dressing floors 
drying floors 
(on) ground floor 
sorting floors 
florin(s) 
fiotation(s) (of) 
after flotation 

arrangements for flotation are in progret* 
balance ( — ) months after flotation 
before flotation 

can carry through flotation on following terms 
delay flotation 
flotation agreement 

„ delayed 

„ impossible 

„ „ on these term* 

„ proposal 

„ scheme 
if flotation is a failure 
immediate flotation 
in favour of „ 
„ the event of flotation 
„ „ „ fioK -flotation 

intended flotation 

leaving management of flotation to 
not in favour of flotation 
obstruct(s) flotation 
on the flotation of the company 
prospects of flotation 
subsequent „ 

terms of „ 

unable to prevent flotation 
what are the terms of flotation 
why does ( — ) oppose „ 
flour 
flouring 

„ of mercury 
some gold is being lost through flouring 
fluctuate(s) (d) (ing) 
fiuctuation(s) 
considerable fluctuation (s) 
erratic fluctuations 

„ „ in value 

fluctuations large 
„ small 

what is the cause of fluctuation 
flume (s) 
feet of flume 
flume destroyed 

„ in bad order 

ii „ good „ 
in what state is flume 
fluming 

fluorspar (Blue John) 
flush (es) (ed) (ing) 
flux (es) (ed) (ing) 
metalliferous flux (es) Flux (es) («*) (««.?)— cont. 



78 



hau .i 



Haugs Hemep 



Flux (as) (ed) (ing) — cont. 
supply of fluxes and fuel adequate 
foil(s) (ed) (ing) See Frustrate 

foist(s) (ed) (ing) See Interpolate 

fold(s) (ed) (ing) 
follow(s) (ed) (ing) (by) 
as follows 
follow up 
to follow 

the following is (are) 
food 

fool (ish) (ishly) 
foot (feet) 
cubic foot (feet) 
from ( — ) feet to ( — ) feet 
linear foot (feet) 
per foot 

square foot (feet) 
superficial foot (feet) 
feet \ inch 



N 


i 


N 


ii 


ft 


2 


II 


*i 


„ 


3 


11 


3* 


A 


4 


i* 


4i 


n 


5 


„ 


5* 


II 


6 


ii 


6* 


ii 


7 


II 


7* 


II 


8 


II 


8* 


II 


9 


I, 


9l 


„ 


IO 


„ 


ioj 


„ 


II 


„ 


Hi 


footage 



See also Driven 
„ for the month ( — ) feet 
„ sampled 
total footage driven and sunk for week is ( — ) feet 
ii ii ., n 2 weeks is ( — ) feet 



3 >• 

4 .. 
month 



■3 

-) 

(-) 



footing 

foothUl(s) 

footwall(s) 

(a) well defined footwall 

against the footwall 

along „ 

close to „ „ 

coming in on the footwall 

distance from „ „ 

». to „ „ 
following the footwall 
footwall dips at an angle of ( — ) degrees 

ii is 

„ „ dipping 

„ „ gneiss 

„ „ granite 

„ „ slate 

h „ syenite 

„ „ well defined 
from footwall to hanging wall 

,, the footwall 
have so far not met with footwall 

„ struck the footwall 
in contact with the footwall 
near the footwall 
not the true footwall Footwall(s) — cont. 



hedpu 

heduk 

hedyl 

heeft 

heeng 

heeph 

heerf 

hefeh 

hefij 

hefok 

befra 

befse 

befti 

beful 

hefvo 

hefwu 

hefym 

hefzy 

begab 

hegba 

begce 

hegdi 

hegfo 

heggu 

heghy 

hegik 

hegol 

hegyn 

hehaj 

hehek 

hehli 

hehom 

hehun 

hehyp 

beibt 

heihd 

heins 
heirk 
hejak 
hejel 
' bejim 
he_ion 
hejre 
hejto 
hejup 
hejvu 
hejwy 
hejyr 
bejza 
hekal 
hekbe 
hekci 
bekdo 
hekem 

bekfu 
hekgy 

hekha 

hekop 

hekur 

hekys 

helam 

helew 

helje 

helki 

hello 

helmu 

helny 

helor 

helpa 

helus 

helyt 

hemep 



on the footwall side Footwall(e) — cont. 

sample(s) taken from footwall 

strong footwall 

to the 

true footwall 

what distance from footwall 

„ is the footwall composed of 
for 

for a (an) 
„ after 
.. all 

„ „ or none 
„ „ that 

,, any (anyone, anybody, anything) 
•• as 
„ either 
„ even 
„ ever 

,. if 

„ „not 

„ neither 

„ no one {none) 

„ once (one) 

•• or 

„ „ against 

„ such 

„ that (those) 

ii the 

„ this (these) 

„ what 

„ when 

„ which 

„ whom 

„ whose 
not for 

forasmuch (as) 

forbear(s) (ing) Set Abstain 

forbearance 
forbid(s) (den) (ding) 
force(s) (d) (ing) (to) 
in force (until) 
not in force after 
forced by 
by forcing 
if by forcing 
without forcing 
forcible (y) 
forebreast 
forecasts) (ing) 
foreclose(s) (d) (ing) 
foreclosure 
forego (es) (ing) 

foreign (er(s) ) See also Office 

foreman (men) 
foresee(s) (n) (ing) 

foreshadow(s) (ed) (ing) See Predict 

foresight 
forest(s) 

forestall(s) (ed) (ing) 

foretell(s) (ing) (foretold) See. Predict 

forewarn(s) (ed) (ing) 
forfeit(s) (ed) (ing) 
this sum to be forfeited (if) (unless) 
forfeiture 
liable to forfeiture 
not liable to forfeiture 
forge(s) (d) (ing) 
forgery (ies) 

there has been a forgery at (of) 
forget(s) (ting) (forgotten) 
forgive (s) (n) (ing) 
form(s) (ed) (ing) 
in another form 
,, what form 
formed by Fortn(s) (ed) (ing) — cont. 



Hemir— Hifda 



?9 



listing forms Form(s) (ed) (ing)— cord. 


hevyf 


if you can forward Forward — cont. 


formal (ly) 


hevzo 


„ cannot „ 


formality (ies) 


hexaz 


must forward 


formation(s) (of) 


hexbu 


i, not forward 


broken formation 


hexcy 


omitted to „ 


dip in the formation about ( — ) degrees 


hexda 


shall we (I) forward 


disturbed „ 


hexeb 


,i you forward 


formation differs from 


hexfe 


to come „ 


„ is 


hexgi 


„ forward 


„ „ changing 


hexho 


(to) go forward 


,, „ decreasing in width 


hexic 


unless you can forward 


„ „ faulted 


hexod 


what is coming „ 


„ „ improving 


hexuf 


when do you expect to forward 


„ ,, increasing in width 


hexyg 


forwarded (to) 


„ „ likely to prove rich 


heygs 


by what route has ( — ) been forwarded 


„ „ not improving 


heyht 


forwarded by 


„ „ ,, likely to prove rich 


heyl in 


„ direct (by) 


„ „ of a permanent character 


heymp 


„ on 


„ ,, similar to 


heyrx 


„ them (it) 


i, M ( — ) inches wide 


heytc 


„ to them (him, her) 


,, presents favourable indications 


hezab 


„ „ us (me) 


ii ii no favourable indications 


hezec 


•> •• you 


,i „ unfavourable „ 


hezid 


have you forwarded 


from the formation (of) 


bezju 


if it has been forwarded 


in the formation (of) 


hezky 


„ not been forwarded 


irregular „ 


hezla 


not forwarded 


is the „ 


hezme 


„ to be forwarded (to) 


„ „ likely to prove 


hezni 


to be forwarded (to) 


owing to the broken nature of the formation 


hezof 


when was it (were they) forwarded 


regular formation 


hezpo 


where „ ( „ ) , tto) 


the nature of the formation 


hezug 


will be forwarded 


what is the depth of the formation 


hezyh 


„ „ immediately 


„ „ formation (of) 


hiags 


forwarding (to) 


„ „ geological formation 


hiaht 


continue forwarding 


i, „ width of the formation 


hiaJia 


date of „ 


former (ly) 


hiamp 


forwarding by 


similar to the former 


hiatz 


„ them (it) 


the former 


hibag 


if ., 


and formerly 


hibbo 


„ not forwarding 


as „ 


hibcu 


stop „ 


but „ 


hibdy 
hibeh 


stopped „ 


formula 


fossiok (Ing) (er(s)) 


formulated) (d) (ing) 


hibfa 


foster(s) (ed) (ing) 


forsake(s) (n) (ing) See Abandon, Give up 


hibge 


foul 


forthcoming 


hibhi 


fall foul of 


foxiaiight (ly) See also Week 


hibij 


foul play 


about a fortnight 


— 


found Sec Find 


every fortnight 


hibok 


foundation^) (for) 


fortunate (ly) 


hibul 


is there any foundati u 


not fortunate 


hicah 


no foundation for 


very „ 


hicik 


without foundation 


forward (to) See also Ship 


hicku 


founder (s) (ed) (ing) 


be sure to forward 


hicly 


well founded 


can forward 


hicma 


foundry (ies) 


„ you forward 


hicol 


at the foundry 


cannot forward 


hicpi 


from the foundry 


,, „ before 


hicum 


to the foundry 

fraction(s) (al) See also page 230 


coming „ 


hidek 


do not „ 


hidil 


fragile 


ii ii •> unless 


hiiiom 


frame(s) (d) (ing) 


ii ii ii until 


hidro 


franc(s) Sec also Cents 


forward all you can 


hidsu 


francs ( — ) centimes 


„ as quickly as possible 


hidty 


it 5 it 


» by 


hidun 


it IO n 


„ „ first opportunity 


hidva 


n 15 tt 


„ direct 


hidzi 


., 20 „ 


„ if 


hiehl 


>. 25 


„ „ possible 


hienc 


•1 3° »t 


„ immediately (by) 


hiepf 


n 35 it 


„ them (it) 


hicrb 


.. 4° » 


» ii (ii) Of) 


hiesm 


11 45 it 


„ to them (him, her) 


hifok 


H 5° - 


„ „ us (me) 


hifbu 


•• 55 w 


,, .. you 


hi fey 


„ 60 


going forward Forward — cont. 


hifda 


„ 65 „ Franc(s)- 



80 

ABABY — This cipher is for use only when it 
hifel franca 70 centimes 
.. 75 

N SO „ 

ft 85 „ 

» 90 „ 

» 95 

in francs 
20-franc pieces 
France (French) 
for France 
from „ 
in „ 
to „ 

French Government 
frank (ly) 
frand(s) 

is there any suspicion of fraud 
it is a clear case of fraud 
suspicion of fraud 
fraudulent 
free (of) 
„ alongside 
„ from 
„ in lighters 
„ on board 
M » quay 
„ „ rail 
not free 
they are (he, she, it is) free (to) 

., ( ,1 » ) not free (to) 
very free 
we are (I am) free (to) 

„ ( „ ) not free (to) 
you are free (to) 

„ not free (to) 
freehold(s) (er(s)) 
freely 
less freely 
more „ 
very „ 

free trade (r(s)) 
freight(s) 
engage freight 
engaged „ 
excluding „ 
freight(s) is 
„ paid 
„ payable 

„ per ton measurement 
„ „ weight 

„ unpaid 
including freight 
pay freight 

„ „ and charges 
through freight 
what is the freight (on) 
freightage 
Fremantle 
French 
himba frequent(s) (ed) (ing) (ly) 
himce if frequent 
himdi „ not „ 
himet less „ 
himfo more „ 
himgu not „ 
himhy too „ 
himiv have (has) frequently 
himuz „ ( „ ) not frequently 
himyb must frequently 
hinat very „ 

hinev fresh (ly) 
hinix anything fresh 
hinja if anything fresh 
hinke „ nothing fresh 
hinli I is there anything fresh to report 



Hifel— Hixig 

»$ desired to complete a code word of 10 letters. 



Franc(8) — cont. 



Sec France 



Fresh (ly) — cont. 



hinmo 

hinnu 

hinoz 

hinpy 

hinub 

hinyc 

hiobt 

hiohd 

hions 

hiork 

hipav 

hipex 

hipiz 

hipob 

hipse 

hipti 

hipuc 

hipvo 

hipwu 

hipyd 

hipzy 

hirax 

hirbe 

birci 

hirdo 

hire* 

hirfu 

birgy 

hirib 

hiroc 

fairud 

hiryf 

hisaz 

hiseb 

hisic 

hisje 

hiski 

hislo 

hismu 

hisny 

hisod 

hispa 

hisuf 

hisyg 

hitab 

hitec 

hitid 

hitre 

hitsi 

hitug 

hitvu 

hitwy 

hityh 

hitza 

hiufd 

hiuks 

hiulc 

hiumb 

hiupt 

hiurn 

hivac 

hivbi 

hivco 

bivdu 

hivfy 

hivga 

hivhe 

hivif 

hivog 

hivuh 

hivyj 

hiwyk 

hixad 

hixef 

hixig 



It has no meaning. See Preface. 
Fresh (ly) — cont. 



nothing fresh 
friable (ness) 
friction 
Friday 
every Friday 
on Friday 

friend(s) (ly) See also Influential 

our (my) friends 
their (his, her) friend* 
your friends 
in a friendly way 
not at all friendly 
very friendly 
friendship 

fright (en) (ened) (ening) 
from 
„ a (an) 
„ about 
„ after 

„ among (amongst) 
„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 
„ either 
„ neither 
„ now on 
„ our(s) (my, mine) 
„ some 
„ that (those) 
•• the 

„ this (these) 
„ their(s) (his, hers, its) 
„ them (him, her, it) 
11 us (me) 
„ what 
„ which 
„ whom 
„ whose 
„ you 
„ your(s) 
,, (— )to 
not from 
front(s) 
frontage(s) 
frontier(s) 
frost 

fine vanners 
„ „ are stopped 

11 11 working 

why are frue vanners stopped 
working expenses of frue vanners ( — ) per ton 
fruit(s) (ful) 
fruitless (ly) 

frustrate(s) (d) (ing) (ion) 
fuel 

cost of fuel is 
fuel supplies 
what is price of fuel 
fulfil(s) (led) (ling) 
fulfilment 

in case of «0»-fulfilment 
„ fulfilment of 
is this in fulfilment of 
ftott-fulfilment (of) 
not in „ of 
full (of) (y) 
in full 
not „ 

fuller's earth 
fund(s) 
ample funds 

be held as a reserve fund (by) 
exact application of funds for the purpose(s) specified 
if funds are required 
in want of funds 
invested funds 
no funds Fundus) — cont. 



Hixji — Honok 



81 



present fund9 Fund(s) — cant. 

surplus „ 

telegraph funds fcr dividend 
will be placed in funds 
fundamental fly) 
funded (funding) 
funeral(s) 
furious fly) 
furlong(s) 

furnace(s) Su also Returns 

blast iumace(s) 
calcining furnace(s) 
capacity of ,, 
drying furnace(s) 
furnace(s) blown out 
„ for 

„ in blast ( — ) hours 

„ „ „ ( — ) „ and smelted ( — ) tons 

„ is [ore 

„ ran ( — ) days 
„ started 
owing to the furnace 
reverberatory „ (s) 
roasting furnace (s) 
furnish (es) (ed) (ing) 
furniture 

furniture and fittings 
further (on) 
further from 

., off 

„ still 

H than 

„ to 
no further (than) 
nothing further 
the further 
to further 
,. no further than 
furthermore 
furthest 
fuse(s) (d) (ing) 
coils of fuse 
safety fuse 
fusion 
fuss (y) 
future(s) 
and in future 
but in „ 
for the „ 
if in „ 
in future 
must in future 
or in future 
will in future 
„ not in future 

a 

gain(s) (ed) ing) 

nothing will be gained by 

gainsay(s) (ing) (gainsaid) Su Contradict, Deny 

galena (sulphide of lead) See also Iron, Lead, 

argentiferous galena [Pyrites 

carrying galena 

galena and blende 

„ assays 
gallery (ies) 
gallon(s) (of) 
galvanic 

galvanise (s) (d) (ing) 
gamble(s) (d) (ing) (r(s)) 
game(s) (ing) 

the game is not worth the candle 
gang(s) 
gangue 

of what does the gangue consist 
the gangue is 



hogsy 

hogta 

hogud 

hogve 

liosyf 

hogzo 

hohaz 

hohbu 

hohcy 

hohda 

hoheb 

hohfe 

hohgi 

hohho 

hohic 

hohod 

hohuf 

hohyg 

hoihl 

lioimt 

hoinc 

hoipf 

hoirb 

hojab 

hojec 

hojid 

hojka 

hojle 

hojmi 

hojno 

hojof 

hojpu 

hojug 

hojyh 

hokac 

hoked 

hokif 

hokog 

hokry 

hoksa 

hokte 

hokuh 

hokvi 

hokwo 

hokyj 

hokzu 

holad 

holby 

holca 

holde 

holef 

holn 

holgo 

holhu 

holig 

holoh 

holuj 

holyk 

homaf 

homeg 

homih 

homja 

hcmke 

homli 

hommo 

hcmnu 

homoj 

hcmpy 

boray] 

honag 
honeh 
honij 

honok 



garble(s) (d) (ing) 
garnet(s) 

garnishea(s) (d) (ing) 
gas (es) 
coal gas 
gas fitter(s) 

„ works 
the bad gas in the mine stops work 
gaseous 
£'asometer(s) 
gather(s) (ed) (ing) 
gaugo(s) (d) (ing) 
broad gauge 

narrow „ * 

gauger(s) 
gault 

gazette(s) (d) (ing) 
appcar(s) (ed) (ing) in the Gazette 
gear(s) (ed) (ing) (for) 
accident to winding gear 
driving gear 

equipped with winding gear 
had to repair the gear 
hauiing gear 
head gear 
new „ 
winding gear 
with all requisite gear 
gearing pans 
Geelong 
gelatine 
general(s) fly) 
in general 
and generally 
but „ 
if 

that (those) generally 

this (these) ,, is (are) 

generalise(s) (d) (ing) 

generate(s) (d) (ing) Su Produce 

generator(s) 

generous fly) 

gentleman (men) fly) 

genuine (ness) fly) 

is it (are they) genuine 

not genuine 

geographical (ly) 

geological 

(from) the geological formation 

geological survey 

„ theories 
in ( — ) geological formation 
geologist(s) 
Germany (German(s)) 
German Government 
for Germany 
from „ 
in 
to 

Germiston 

get(s) (ting) (got) (out) See alto Secure 

can get 
cannot get 
do the best to get 
endeavour to get 
get(s) (ting) (get) off 

m ( M ) ( „ ) them (him, her, it) to 

m (»)(•») us (me) to 

•> (»)(■•) you to 

if they (he, she) can get 

„ we (I) can get 

,, you can get 

it will be necessary to get 

or as much as you can get (at) 

Gti(i) (ting) {goty—ion'.. 



H onra — Hugeo 







Go (os) (ing) ^gone) — cont. 


provided you get Got(s) (ting) (got)— cottt. 


hoxut 


go (es) (ing) (gone) from 


should get at least 


hoxwa 


„ („) ( „) ( „ )into 


„ „ most 


hoxyv 


,, („) ( „)( „ ) on (with) 


think can get 


hoxze 


(it) goes without saying 


„ cannot get 


hoyks 


may go 


to get enough 


hoyle 


(to) go between 


what can they (he, she, it) get 


hoymb 


we (I) go 


„ „ you get 


hoypt 


when shall we (I) go 


„ could they (he, she, it) get 


hoyrn 


„ will they (he, she, it) go 


„ „ we (I) get 


hozap 


„ „ you go 


•• „ you get 


hozbi 


where to go 


„ did you get 


hozco 


would go 


„ shall we (I) get 


hozdu 


„ not go 


„ ,i you get 


hozer 


you go 


how are you getting on with 


bozfy 


not going 


gigantic 


hozga 


to be going 


giU(s) (of) 


hozis 


not gone 


girder(s) 


hozot 


gold (en) See also Returns 


girl(s) 


hozuv 


alluvial gold 


gist 


hozyx 


amount of alluvial gold obtained was ( — ) ozs. 


give(s) (n) (ing) (up) Hit ado Abandon 


huafd 


(and) carries rich gold throughout 


can you give 


huaks 


assay of gold 


cannot give 


hualc 


„ „ „ gives 


„ „ longer (than) 


huamb 


bar gold 


„ „ shorter ( „ ) 


huapt 


can commence shipping gold 


do not give 


huarn 


carrying gold 


„ „ less 


hubat 


„ a little gold 


„ „ more 


hubev 


„ much „ 


give(s) (n) (ing) about 


hubix 


„ no gold 


„ („) ( „ ) back 


hubjy 


coarse gold 


„ („) ( „ ) for 


hubka 


colour of gold * 


,, („) ( ,. ) out 


hubmi 


deficiency in gold 


., (,.) ( ., ) over 


hubno 


expect to reach gold 


ii (..) ( m ) them (him, her, it) 


huboz 


n ii » »» within 


ii (..) ( .• ) us (me) 


hubpu 


„ „ save ( — ) per cent, of the gold 


n (.•) ( ,, ) way to 


hubub 


fine gold 


ii di) ( .. ) you 


hubyc 


„ „ per ton of ore 


how long may we give 


hucav 


fineness of the gold 


„ „ will you „ 


hucex 


flat gold 


may give 


huciz 


float gold 


must „ 


hucob 


free „ 


ii ii longer 


hucry 


gold amalgam 


„ „ no longer 


hucsa 


„ and silver ore 


„ not give 


hucte 


,, digger(s) 


not to give (up) 


hucuc 


„ dust 


shall we (I) give 


hucvi 


„ field (s) 


„ (will) give 


hucwo 


„ „ attracting attention 


» ( ., ) not give 


hucyd 


„ „ proclaimed 


they (he, she, it) give(s) 


huczu 


„ „ shortly to be proclaimed 


think you may safely give 


hudax 


„ formation 


to give (up) 


hudby 


,, from the concentrates 


we (I) give 


hudca 


ii ii ii pans 


would „ 


hudde 


n ii i> reef 


„ not give 


hudez 


„ „ „ tailings 


ii . you „ 


hudgo 


„ in reserve ( — ) ounces 


you give 


hudhu 


» is 


should be given 


hudib 


„ „ arriving at the Bank of England 


„ not be given 


hudoc 


„ ,, associated with 


giver(s) 


hudud 


„ ,, coarse 


glad ay) 


hudyf 


„ ,, ,, and amalgamates well 


are (is) glad (to) 


hufaz 


„ „ difficult to treat 


be glad not to 


hufeb 


„ ,, easy to treat 


ii ii to 


hufic 


„ „ generally 


not „ (to) 


hufja 


„ „ leaving the Bank of England 


very glad (to) 


hufke 


ii i> pyritic 


giand(s) 


hufli 


i> ... rusty 


Glasgow 


hufmo 


„ „ very coarse 


gloom (y) 


hufnu 


.1 .1 n fine 


glut(s) (ted) (ting) 


hufod 


„ „ „ „ and difficult to save 


gneiss 


hufpy 


„ law(s) 


go (es) (ing) (gone) (to) 


hufuf 


„ nugget(s) 


cannot go 


hufyg 


„ obtained 


go (es) (ing) (gone) abroad 


hugab 


ii i> during 


,, (»)( ii ) ( i. ) against 


hugec 


„ „ „ month of ( — ) realized 


h (»•)(»)( ii ) beyond 




Gold (en) — cont. 


Go(es) (tn£) (gone)—cont. 







Hagid-Huxit 



83 



Gold (en) — cont. 

Igold obtained during month of ( — ) realized (— ), ex- 
clusive of the value of ( — ) tons of concentrates, 
estimated value 
gold obtained last month 
ii ore 

„ produced for first half of month ( — ) ozs. 
„ „ „ second half of month ( — ) ozs. 

„ realized 
„ recovered 
„ showing in places 
„ „ on face freely 

„ thefts 
in gold 

„ order to save the gold 
indications of gold 
little gold 
losing gold 

loss of gold in smelting 
much float gold 
native gold 
no trace of gold 
of the gold 
ounces fine gold from sands 

• n slimes 

„ of gold 
„ „ bar gold 
„ „ native gold 
„ „ smelted gold 
owing to the presence of float gold 

,, „ „ „ „ ( — ) with the gold 

parcel of gold 
pay streak of gold 

i> ii ii ii ( — ) inches wide 
pure gold 
quality of gold 
refinable gold 
refined „ 
refractory „ 
reserve „ 

„ „ not included in monthly declaration 

retorted gold 
rich in gold 

rumoured gold has been found (at) 
showing gold 

„ visible gold 
smelted gold 
some indications of gold 
stream gold 

struck a large pocket of gold 
„ „ small „ „ ,, 
>i gold 

„ mineral containing gold at ( — ) feet 
telluride gold 
the gold occurs in patches 
„ „ will not pay 

there will be great difficulty in treating the gold 
n ii •• no „ „ „ „ i, 

„ „ „ some „ ,, „ „ „ 

total estimated value of gold recovered 
„ gold recovered 
„ of ( — ) ounces fine gold 
traces of gold 
visible gold 

what is the fineness of the gold 
„ „ „ quantity of gold recovered [( a 0l 

„ „ your opinion as to reported discovery of gold) 
will there be any difficulty in treating the gold 
yielding about ( — ) worth of gold 
gone See Go 

good (for) 
a good thing 
as „ as 
doing good 

„ mo good 
for good and all Good — cont. 



hunck 

hunil 

hunom 

hunri 

hunso 

huntu 

hunvy 

hunxa 

hunyp 

hunze 

huohl 

huomt 

huonc 

huopf 

huorb 

huosm 

hupak 

hupbi 

hupco 

hupdu 

hupel 

hupfy 

hupga 

huphe 

hupim 

hupon 

hupup 

hupyr 

hural 

hurem 

hurjo 

hurne 

hurop 

hurur 

hurys 

husam 

husen 

husip 

husro 

husus 

husva 

huswe 

husyt 

huszi 

hutbo 

hutcu 

hutdy 

hutep 

hut fa 

hutge 

huthi 

hutir 

hutos 

hutut 

hutyv 

huult 

huung 

huuph 

huurf 

huvap 

huver 

huvis 

huvju 

huvky 

huvla 

huvme 

huvni 

huvot- 

huvpo 

huvuv 

huvyx 

huxar 

huxes 

huxit 



good enough Qood — cont, 

„ will 
make good 
no good 

„ „ whatever 
not „ enough 
„ so good as 
„ very good 
so good 
>i ii as 
stand(s) good 
to good 
too good 
very good 
goods (of) 
after arrival of goods 
allow ( — ) to inspect goods 
are the goods delivered 
deliver the goods (to) 
description of goods 
dry goods 
goods are landed 

ii ii shipped 

„ cannot be 

„ damaged 

„ delivered (to) 

„ have arrived 

„ „ not arrived 

„ in store 

„ insured 

„ not delivered 

„ „ equal to sample 

„ „ insured 

„ „ ordered 

„ „ sold 

„ ordered 

„ shipped 

„ sold 

„ stopped 

„ to be placed in the hands of 

„ will not be 
have the goods arrived 
Manchester goods 
may we (I) realise the goods 
measurement goods 
not the description of goods asked for 
part of the goods 
realise goods 
release „ 

sell the „ to best advantage 
store and insure goods 

„ the goods 
we have placed the goods in the hands of 
gossan 

„ assays 
„ is argentiferous 
„ „ auriferous 
in gossan 
ironstone gossan 

got See G e* 

govem(s) (ed) (ing) 
self governing 
Qovernment(s) 
Colonial Government 
Conservative Government 
Federal Government 
for the ,, 

from the ,, 

Government has interfered 
His Majesty's Government 
Imperial Government 

in consequence of the action of the Government 
Liberal Government 
of the 
officer administering Government 

Government^) — ront. 



M Huxoy— Hymvo 

ABfiBY — This cipher is for use only uhen it is desired to complete a code word of 10 letters. 



It has 



no meanih l 



on account of Government Governments) — cent. 

our (my) Government 

President of the Locil Government Board 

Radical Government 

State „ 

to the „ 

governor (oO 

„ -General 

Vice-Governor 

grace See also Day 

gradation 

grade(s) 

average grade 

fair grade 

falling off in grade 

high grade 

improvement in grade 

in grade 

low grade 

gradient(s) 

gradual (ly) 

very gradually 

grain(s) (of) See also page 229 

against the grain 

(at) per grain 

gramme(s) (of) 

granite 

country rock is granite 

decomposed granite 

old granite 

slate and decomposed granite 

grant(s) (ed) (lag) 

Crown grant(s) 

land „ 

take for granted 

grantee(s) 

grantor(s) 

granulation 
grasp(s) (ed) (ing) 
grass 
at grass 

how many tons at grass 
tons at grass 
grateful (ly) 

gratify (ies) (ied) (ing) (to) 
not to gratify 
to gratify 
be gratified 
gratified with 
greatly gratified 
gratis 

gratuitous (ly) 
gratuity (ies) 
grave (ly) 
very grave 
gravel 

estimated value of the gravel (is) 
every indication that the gravel 
gravel assay (s) 
„ carrying gold 
11 is 
in the gravel 
struck a bed of gravel 
what is the depth of the gravel 
„ „ extent „ „ 

„ quality „ „ 

„ „ value „ „ 

gravitation 

gravity 

specific gravity 

great 

a great 

for great 

in „ 

ho 11 Great — tent. 



hyfta 

hyfuj 

hyfyk 

hyfzo 

bygaf 

hygbu 

hygcy 

hygda 

hygeg 

hygfe 

hyggi 

hygho 

hygih 

hygoj 

hyguk 

hygyl 

hyhag 

hyheh 

hyhij 

hyhju 

hyhky 

hyhla 

hyhme 

hyhni 

hyhok 

hyhpo 

hyhul 

hyhym 

hyict 

hyilg 

hyimf 

hyirs 

hyjah 

hyjik 

hyjol 

hyjry 

hyjsa 

hyjte 

hyjum 

hyjvi 
hyjwo 

h .yjyn 

hyjzu 
hykaj 

bykby 

hykca 

hykde 

hykek 

hykfi 

hykgo 

hykhu 

hykil 

hykom 

hykun 

hykyp 

hylak 

hylel 

hylim 

hyijy 

hylno 

hylup 

hylyr 

hymal 

hymem 

hymin 

hymop 

hymra 

hymse 

hymti 

hymur 

hymvo 



Sea Preface. 
Great— cont. 



not great 

„ very great 
of ., .. 
the great 
to „ 
too „ 
very „ 

Great Britain 
for Great Britain 
from „ ,, 

in ii 11 

to „ 

greater (than) 
much greater (than) 
not greater (than) 
greatest 
greatly 
be greatly 
it „ 
not „ 

„ to greatly 
to greatly 
greensand 
grief 

grievance(s) 
what is their (his, her) grievance 

„ your grievance 
grind(s) (ing) 
grinding sections 
grit (ty) 
gross (ly) 
gross ( — ) net 
ground 
above ground 
acquired additional ground for 

,, ,, ,, of ( — ) acres 

adjoining ground 

applying for additional ground for the company 
(applying for additional ground for the company 
| situated ( — ) (or called — ) 

(applying for additional ground for the company 
\ adjoining our ( — ) boundary 
barren ground 
below ground 

can obtain additional ground 
composition of the ground 

(could not secure the ground but can now probably 
( get it on following terms 

(could not secure the ground but can now obtain it 
on the following terms 
cutting into barren ground 
dead ground 
dip „ 
fair „ 
favourable ground 

„ „ given place to 

good ground 
got out of the dead ground 

„ „ hard „ 

•1 11 soft „ 

government ground 
ground above 

„ below 

„ consists of kaolin 

„ „ „ with seams of pyrites and 

„ continues [is very heavy 

„ favourable for 

„ has become 

„ in good neighbourhood, worth securing 

11 >s 

„ ,, less 

„ „ more 

„ much broken uj> 

„ not favourable for 

„ , slate, kaolin and seams of ironstone 

Ground— con*. 



Hymwu — Ibjer 



35 



immediately on the dip of the ground 

(in) hard ground 

(„)soft „ 

on account of ground 

over the whole of the ground 

position of ground 

spare ground to consolidate 

the area of the ground 

„ surrounding „ 
there is a dispute about the ground 
to prove the ground 
valuable section of ground 
grounds 

on the grounds that 
there are „ for 

„ no grounds for 
what are the grounds (for) 
groundless (ly) 
grcup(s) (ed) (ing) 
grow(s) (ing) (grew) 
growth 

grumble(s) (d) (ingly) 
grumbler(s) 
guarantee(s) (of) 
against guarantee 
as a guarantee 
can give guarantee 
cannot guarantee 
do not „ 
guarantee offered 

„ them (him, her) 
„ us (me) 

„ you 

have got guarantee 

„ not got guarantee 
if they (he, she) will guarantee 
„ we (I) will guarantee 
„ you will guarantee 
joint and several guarantee 

„ guarantee 
may we (I) guarantee 
must get a „ 

„ guarantee 
„ not guarantee 
no guarantee 
personal guarantee 
refuse to „ 
require(s) a „ 
substantial „ 
they (he, she) guarantee(s) 
to guarantee 
under „ (of) 
we (I) „ 

„ will guarantee 
what guarantee is required 
who will guarantee 
will guarantee 

„ not guarantee 

„ personally guarantee 

„ they (he, she) guarantee 

„ you guarantee 
with a „ 

(with) our (my) guarantee 
( „ ) their (his, her) guarantee 
( „ ) your guarantee 
without a guarantee (of) 
„ our (my) guarantee 
„ their (his, her) guarantee 
„ your guarantee 
guaranteed (by) 
if guaranteed ( „ ) 
,, not guaranteed (by) 
not guaranteed (by) 
unless „ („) 

guaranteeing (by) 



Ground — cont. 



hyxex 

hyxfy 

hyxga 

hyxhe 

hyxiz 

hyxob 

hyxuc 

hyxyd 

hyzax 

hyzib 

hyzji 

hyzko 

hyzlu 

hyzmy 

hyzna 

hyzoc 

hyzpe 

hyzud 

hyzyf 

ibare 

ibasi 

ibato 

ibavu 

ibaxy 

ibaza 

ibbah 

ibbik 

ibbol 

ibbum 

ibbyn 

ibcaj 

ibcek 

ibcil 

ibcom 

ibcun 

ibcyp 

ibdak 

ibdel 

ibdim 

ibdon 

ibdup 

ibdyr 

ibebe 

ibeci 

ibedo 

ibefu 

ibegy 

ibeha 

ibfal 

ibfem 

ibfin 

ibfop 

ibfur 

ibfys 

ibgam 

ibgen 

ibgip 

ibgly 

ibgor 

ibgus 

ibgyt 

ibhan 

ibhep 

ibhir 

ibhos 

ibhut 

ibhyv 

ibije 

ibiki 

ibilo 

ibimu 

ibiny 

ibipa 

ibjap 

ibjer 



guarantor(s) (oO 

for the guarantors 

from the „ 

of the guaiantor(s) 

to „ 

who are the guarantors 

guard(s) (ed) (ing) (against) (edly) 

be on your guard (against) 

guidance 

for our (my) guidance 

„ their (his, her) guidance 

„ your guidance 
guide (3) (d) (ing) (by) 
guilder(s) 
gulden 
gully (ies) 
gunboat(s) 
gunpowder 
gunsmith (s) 
Gwelo 
Gympie 
gypsum 
H 

habeas corpus 
habit(s) 

had (to) See also Obtainable 

and had 
could have had 
had a (an) 

„ any 

„ had (to) 

>• KG 

ii not 

„ „ this (these) 
II ti to 

„ our(s) (my, mine) 
„ that (those) 
•i the 

„ their(s) (his, her(s), ita) 
„ there 

„ they (he, she, it) (to) 
ii n ( « »» »») no 
i> ii ( n ., ..) not (to) 
„ this (these) 
„ we (I) (to) 
>i .i (») no 
» » (») not (to) 
„ you (to) 
» ,, no 
„ „ not (to) 
„ your(s) 
have (has) had (to) 
., ( „ ) „ no 
„ ( „ ) not had (to) 
„ they (has he, she, it) had (to) 
., n ( ., „ ) not had (to) 

„ we (I) had (to) 
„ „ („) not had (to) 
„ you had (to) 
,, ,, not had (to) 
having had (to) 
if nothing to be had 
, they (he, she, it) had (to) 
, „ ( „ ) „ «*<(to) 
, we (I) had (to) 
, „ („) „ not (to) 
, you had (to) 

„ „ not (to) 
may have had 
,, not have had 
might have bad (to) 
must have had 
not had (to) 
should have had no 

„ „ ^o Had — cont. 



86 



Ibjis— Ickav 



uiweg 



should not have had (to) Had — cont. 


ibwhu 1 


they have (he, she, it has) had (to) 


ibwih 


n it ( ii it ii / " no 


ibwoj 


„ „ ( ,i i> » ) not had (to) 


ibwuk 


„ (he, she, it) had (to) 


ibwyl 


„ ( it i> ii) ii had 


ibyji 


„ ( „ „ ,,) ii no 


ibyko 


„ ( i, „ ,,) ii not (to) 


ibylu 


„ ( ) » our(s) (my, mine) 


ibymy 


„ ( „ „ ,,) i> their(s) (his, her(s), it(s)) 


ibyna 


,i ( ., ii •,) ii this (these) 


ibype 


., ( >> » ,.) » your(s) 


ibzag 


,, ( „ „ „) should (would) have had (to) 


ibzeh 


this (these) had 


ibzij 


ii ( ii ) » not 


ibzok 


though these had 


ibzym 


,, .1 not 


icasy 


we (I) had (to) 


icata 


ii (,.) ii had 


icave 


» (,,) i> no 


icaxi 


.. (,,) ». not (to) 


icazo 


„ („) „ our(s) (my, mine) 


icbal 


„ („) „ their(s) (his, her(s), it(s)) 


icbem 


„ („) „ this (these) 


icbin 


ii (») »i your(s) 


icbop 


„ („) have had (to) 


icbur 


,, („) ,. ,. no 


icbys 


,, (,,) ii not had (to) 


iccam 


what had 


iccen 


which „ 


iccip 


ii ii not 


iccor 


you had (to) 


iccus 


ii ii had 


iccyt 


i> i» no 


icdan 


„ „ not (to) 


icdep 


„ „ our(s) (my, mine) 


icdir 


„ „ their(s) (his, her(s), it(s)) 


icdos 


» >i your(s) 


icdut 


„ have had (to) 


icdyv 


ii ii ii no 


icecy 


„ „ not had (to) 


iceda 


haggle(s) (d) (ing) (over) 


icefe 


half 


icegi 


and half 


iceho 


half-crown(s) 


icfap 


halt(s) (ed) (ing) 


icfer 


halve(s) (d) (ing) 


icfis 


Hamburg 


icfot 


hammer(s) (ed) (ing) 


icfuv 


haniper(s) (ed) (ing) See Hinder, Obstruct 


icfyx 


hand(s) (ed) (ing) (over) 


icgar 


(at) first hand 


icges 


at hand 


icgit 


(at) second hand 


icgli 


by hand 


icgov 


changed hands 


icgux 


hand made 


icgyz 


in hand 


ichas 


(in) our (my) hands 


ichet 


(,,) their (his, her) hand*) 


ichiv 


(„) your hands 


ichox 


on all hands 


ichuz 


„ hand 


ichyb 


„ the one hand 


iciky 


„ „ other hand 


icila 


take in hand 


icime 


to hand 


icioi 


we (I) have on hand 


icipo 


with a high hand 


icjat 


high handed 


icjev 


short „ 


icjix 


handicap(s) (pad) (ping) 


icjoz 


handle(s) (d) (ing) 


icjub 


handsome (ly) 


icjyc 
ickav 


handy (ily) 



hang(s) (ed) (ing) 
hanging wall 

a hanging wall has come in (from) 
(a) well defined hanging wall 
against the hanging wall 
along „ „ 

at what angle does the hanging wall underlie 
„ ( — ) feet from the hanging wall 
carrying the hanging wall 
close to the „ „ 

coming in on „ „ 

extended the drive on hanging wall 
feet from the hanging wall 

„ to the hanging wall 
following the ,, ,, 

hanging wall assays 

,, ,, is gneiss 

ii ii ii granite 

•i ii ii slate 

„ „ „ syenite 

ii n not 

,, „ „ well defined 

„ „ „ yet reached 

„ „ strong and well defined 

,, „ well defined 

have encountered the true hanging wall 
„ not yet got to the true „ „ 

„ „ reached the hanging wall 
„ the hanging wall but not found the foot wall 
„ you reached the hanging wall yet 
in contact with hanging wall 
„ hanging wall 
is it the true hanging wall 
„ not the „ „ „ 

„ the hanging wall 
near the hanging wall 
no hanging wall 
on the hanging wall 

„ „ „ side 

probably the hanging wall 
sample (s) from hanging wall 
strong hanging wall 
well defined on the hanging wall 
what distance from ,, ,, 
„ is the character of hanging wall 
„ ,, hanging wall 
haphazard 
happen (ed) (ing) 
if it should happen (that) 
when did it „ 
happy (ily) 
harass (ed) (ing) 
hard (to) 

„ and fast 

i> ,, Une 

.. hit 

•i up 
very hard (to) 
harden(s) (ed) (ing) 
(with) a tendency to harden 
harder 
getting harder 
hardest 
hardly 

harm(s) (ed) (ing) (ful) 
harmless (ly) 
harmonious (ly) 
harsh (ly) (ness) 
Hartley 
harvest(s) 

ever)' prospect of a ( — ) harvest 
fair harvest 
good „ 
puor „ 
what are the prospects of the harvest 



lokex— Idled 



87 



ickex 


has (to) See also Are, Be, Been, Had, Have, Is 


iczak 


have (has) to have Have— c 


'J)-.' 


ickis 


has any (anyone, anything, anybody) (to) 


iczim 


„ ( „ ) your(s) 




icklo 


„ not any (anyone, anything, anybody) (to) 


iczon 


„ them (it) 




ickob 


nothing has 


iczup 


„ these (has this) (to) 




ickuc 


this has (to) 


iczyr 


ii ii ( >i ,, ) not (to) 




ickyd 


•i not (to) 


idaby 


„ they (has he, she, it) (to) 




iclax 


„ now 


idaca 


•• ii ( ii ii .,) any 




iclez 


haste (n) (ned) (ning) See also Hurry 


idade 


•i » ( ii ii ,,) ,, further 




iclib 


can you not hasten 


idah 


ii ii ( ii n n) anything 




icloc 


make every effort to hasten 


idago 


» ii ( ii n ii) no 




iclud 


making every effort to hasten 


idbap 


•i .. ( ii ii ii) not (to) 




iclyf 


to hasten 


idber 


„ we (I) (to) 




icmaz 


„ „ matters 


idbis 


„ „ („) any 




icmic 


hasty (ily) 


id bio 


„ „ („) „ further 




icmod 


haul(s) (ed) (ing) 


idbot 


„ „ („) anything 




icmuf 


to haul ( — ) tons 


idbuv 


•i n (ii) no 




icmyg 


what can you haul 


idbyx 


ii ii (i>) not (to) 




icnab 


hauled ( — ) loads 


idcar 


„ you (to) 




icnid 


„ ( — ) tons 


idces 


ii ii any 




icnof 


how many loads hauled 


idcit 


„ „ „ further 




icnug 


„ ,, tons „ 


idclu 


„ „ anything 




icnyh 


hauling expenses (are) 


idcov 


•i it no 




icon' 


now hauling 


idcux 


„ „ not (to) 




icovi 


prevented hauling owing to 
natdage 


idcyz 


how have (has) 




icoxo 


iddas 


„ much have they (has he, she, it) 




icpac 


cost of haulage 


iddet 


n ii ii we (I) 




icpif 


electric „ 


iddiv 


ii ii ii you 




icpog 


wire rope „ 


iddox 


if there have (has) 




icpuh 


have (to) See aho Are, Be, Been, ITnd, Has, Is 


iddri 


„ they have (he, she, it has) (to) 




icpyj 


all have 


idduz 


•i ii ii V ii ii ii / no 




lcrad 


and have (has) 


iddyb 


i, ii ,, ( „ i, „ ) not (to) 




icrhy 


,, ,, ( „ ) not 


idejy 


„ „ (he, she, it) must have 




icrig 


are (is) to have 


ideka 


„ „ ( ,, „ ) should (would) have (to) 




icroh 


as they have (he, she, it has) 


idele 


ii ii ( ii .1 ) ii ( ii ) not have (to) 




icruj 


„ ,, ( „ ,, ,, ) not 


idemi 


„ we (I) have (to) 




iciyk 


because they have (he, she, it has) 


ideno 


•• ii (,,) .. no 




icsaf 


„ we (I) have 


idfat 


ii ii (i») ,. not (to) 




icsih 


„ you have 


idfev 


ii ii d») must have 




icsji 
icsko 


can have 


idfix 


ii ii (») n not have 




>, >. no 


idfly 


„ „ („) should have (to) 




icslu 


„ they (he, she, it) have 


idfoz 


n ii (,,) ii not have (to) 




icsmy 


ii ,. ( ii ,f ) not have 


idfub 


„ you have (to) 




icsna 


„ we (I) have 


idfyc 


ii ii ii no 




icsoj 


it n (..) not have 


idgav 


ii ii ii not (to) 




icspe 


„ you have 


idgex 


„ „ must have 




icsuk 


„ „ not have 


idgiz 


„ ,, „ not have 




icsyl 


cannot have 


idgob 


„ „ should (would) have (to) 




ictag 


„ they (he, she, it) have 


idgro 


,, „ „ ( „ ) not have (to) 




ictha 


„ we (I) have 


idguc 


may have (to) 




ictij 


„ you have 


idgyd 


„ not have (to) 




ictok 


could have 


idhax 


„ they (he, she, it) have (to) 




ictul 


ii ii no 


idhez 


ii ii ( i. >, ) not have (to) 




ictym 


„ not have 


idhib 


„ we (I) have (to) 




icuby 


„ they (he, she, it) have 


idhoc 


ii ii (.i) not have (to) 




icuca 


•■ ii ( u » ) not have 


idhud 


„ you have (to) 




icude 


„ we (I) have 


idhyf 


„ „ not have (to) 




icufi 


ii ». (ii) not have 


idiry 


might have (to) 




icugo 


„ you have 


idisa 


„ not have (to) 




icvah 


„ „ not have 


idite 


„ they (he, she, it) have (to) 




icvik 


did not have 


idivi 


ii ii ( ii ii ) not have (to) 




icvol 


do(es) not have 


idixo 


„ we (I) have (to) 




icvum 


have (has) a (an) 


idjaz 


„ „ („) not have (to) 




icvyn 


„ { „ ) also 


idjeb 


„ you have (to) 




cwaj 


„ ( „ ) further 


idjic 


„ ,. not have (to) 




icwek 


» ( i> ) much 


idjod 


must have 




icwhe 


ii ( » ) »o 


idjuf 


ii ii no 




cwi! 


.. ( ii ) ,. further 


'djyg 


„ not have 




cwom 


„ ( „ ) not (to) 


idkab 


„ they (he, she, it) have 




cwun 


» ( .1 ) i, much 


idkec 


ii ii ( ii n ) not have 




cwyp 


i> ( ii ) only 


idkid 


„ we (I) have 




cyjy 


n ( ii ) our(s) (my, mine) 


idkof 


ii ii (ii) not have 




cyka 


„ ( „ ) that (those) (to) 


idkug 


„ you have 




cyle 


„ ( ,, ) the 


idkyh 


,, „ not have 




cyuii 


„ ( „ ) their(s) (his, her(s), its) 


idlac 


not have (to) 




cyno 


,, ( ,, ) there Have—cont. 


idled i 


„ to have Have- :o 


■ it. 



88 



Idlif— Ifnom 



ABAB7 — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code 

idzir 



ought not to have (to) 
,, to have (to) 

shall we (I) have (to) 
i* »» (>•) **ot have (to) 
„ (will) have (to) 

» ( .» ) ., no 
„ ( ,, ) not have (to) 
should (would) have (to) 



Have- 



) „ no 
) not have (to) 
) they (he, she, it) have (to) 
) »» (» .. ,.) not have (to) 
) we (I) have (to) 
) „ (,,) not have (to) 
) you have (to) 
) „ not have (to) 
so as not to have 
„ „ to have 
„ have (has) 

that (those) have (has) (to) 
„(„).,(,.) not (to) 
„ we (I) have (to) 
ii .. (..) >• not (to) 
„ which have (has) 
„ you have (to) 
„ „ „ not (to) 
„ „ will have (no) 
„ „ „ not have 
there have (has) 

ii ( ,.) «^ 
these have 

„ not 
they have (he, she, it has) (to) 



) no 

) not 

) nothing to 

) our (my) 

) their (his, her, it) 

) vour 



(he, she, it) can (may) have (to) 
( ,, 



) cannot have (to) 

) could have 

) „ not have 

) did not have (to) 

) may not have (to) 

) must have 

) „ net have 

) should (would) have (to) 

) ii ( „ ) „ no 

) ii ( ii ) not have (to) 

) will (shall) have (to) 

) n ( » ) ii no 

) „ ( „ ) not have (to) 
th jugh there have (has) 

i, ( .. ) >'-ot 

to have 

„ „ our(s) (my, mine) 
„ ,, their(s) (his, her, its) 
„ „ your(s) 

,, which they Slave (he, she, it has) 
,, ,, we (I) have 
,, „ you have 
„ whom have they (has he, she, it) 
„ ,. „ we (I) 

ii •• n you 

unless they have (he, she, it has) (to) 
„ we (I) „ (to) 
,, you have (to) 
| we (I) can (may) have (to) 

(...) cannot have (to) 

(„) did not „ („) 

(„) have (to) 

(.,) ,, no 

(,») ii not 

dt) ii °oly v—cont 



idzos 

idzut 

idzyv 

ifabi 

ifaco 

ifafy 

ifaga 

ifahe 

ifbev 

ifbix 

ifbla 

ifboz 

ifbub 

if bye 

ifcav 

ifcex 

ifciz 

ifcle 

ifcuc 

ifcyd 

ifdax 

ifdez 

ifdoc 

ifdud 

ifdyf 

ifeko 

ifemy 

ifena 

ifepe 

iffaz 

iffeb 

iffic 

iffii 

iffod 

iffuf 

iffyg 

ifgec 

ifgid 

ifgof 

ifgra 

ifgug 

ifgyh 

ifhac 

ifhed 

ifhif 

ifhuh 

ifhyj 

ifiri 

ifiso 

ifivy 

ifize 

ifjad 

ifjef 

ifjoh 

ifjuj 

ifjyfc 

ifkaf 

ifkih 

ifkoj 

ifkuk 

ifkyl 

ifleh 

iflij 

ifiok 

iflul 

iflym 

ifuiah 

ifmik 

ifmol 

ifmyn 

ifnaj 

ifnek 

ifnil 

i&om 



word of io letters. It has no meaning. See Prefaoa 
i we (I) have our (my) Have — cont. 

j ii (ii) ii their (his, her, it) 

ii (,.) ii your 
j „ („) may not have (to) 
„ („) must have 
ii (ii) ii not have 
„ (,,) shall (will) have (to) 
M di) •• ( ii ) >i no 
.. (,.) * ( » ) not have (to) 
„ („) should have (to) 
ii (,.) ii ii no 

„ („) „ not have (to) 
what have (has) 

„ „ they (has he, she, it) (to) 
•i ii we (I) (to) 
„ „ you (to) 
„ must have 

„ they have (he, she, it has) (to) 
„ we (I) have (to) 
„ you have (to) 
when have they (has he, she, it) (to) 
„ we (I) (to) 
„ „ you (to) 
„ they have (he, she, it has) (to) 
„ we (I) have (to) 
„ you have (to) 
whenever there have (has) 

„ they have (he, she, it hat) 
„ we (I) have 
„ you have 
where have they (has he, she, it) (to) 
>• ii we (I) (to) 
„ „ you (to) 
whether they have (he, she, it has) (to) 
I. we (I) „ (to) 
„ you have („) 
which have (has) 
ii ,i ( ,. ) a (an) 
» n ( i. ) not 
h ii ( ii ) now 
n ii ( ii ) the 
;; must have 
„ „ not have 

(whom) have they (has he, she, it) (to) 



we (I) (to) 
) „ you (to) 

) thev have (he, she, it has) (to) 
) » „ ( ,, » ) «o* (to) 

) we (I) have (to) 
) i, (,,) „ not (to) 
) you have (to) 



) 



not (to) 



would have 
„ „ not have 

who have (has) 

.. >, ( ,i ) a (an) 

ii ii ( ii ) not 

ii •• ( ii ) now 

„ ,, ( „ ) the 

„ roust have 

„ „ not have 

„ would have 

„ „ not have 
why have (has) 

„ „ they (has he, she, ii) (to) 

.. ii ii ( ». » ii ) not (to) 
„ we (I) (to) 

>i ii ii di) not (to) 

„ „ you (to) 

„ „ not (to) 

„ they have (he, she, it has) (to) 

ii ii ii ( ii i> u ) not (to) 

„ we (I) have (to) 

ii ii di) ii not (to) 

w yoa have (to) Have — cont, 



Tfnyp— Igonu 



why you have not (to) Have — cont 

will they (he, she, it) have (to) 
» it ( >■ ii n ) noi nave (to) 

M you have (to) 
„ „ not have (to) 
with whom have they (has be, she, it) 
i> ii ,. we (I) 

it n •» you 

you can (may) have (to) 
„ cannot have 
„ did not hava 
„ have (to) 
ti >. »o 
„ „ net 
« i. only 
„ „ our (my) 
„ „ their (ins, her, it) 
„ „ your 
„ may not have (to) 
„ must have 
„ „ not have 
„ should have (to) 
„ „ not ha\ 
„ will have (to) 
„ „ not have (to) 
having (to) 
are (is) having (to) 
as having 
„ not having 
having a (au) 
„ no 

„ our(s) (my, mine) 
.. the 

„ their(s) (his, hers, its) 
„ them, (hirn, her, it) 
„ this (these) 
„ us (me) 
•i you 
„ your(s) 
not having (to) 

they are (he, she, it is) having 
ii ii ( i, » i» ) not having 
„ (he, she, it) having 
„ ( „ „ ) not having 
we are (I am) having 
». » (,, „ ) not having 
„ (I) having 
,, („) not having 
were (was) having 
you are having 
,, „ not having 
„ having 
„ not having 
hazard (ous) 
he 

for he 
he net to 
„ to 
not he 
head(s) (ed) (ing) See cUo Office 

Eer head 
.ealth (y) 
bad health 
good „ 

telegraph present state of health of 
heap(s) 
hear(s) (oO 

do nothing till yen hear from (us> 
expect to hear 
from what w*. ( i I hear 
hear(s) fro::: 
„ that 
if we (I) do not hear (from) 
„ ii (1.) ». » to the contrary 
., vou do not 



lgcn 
igcuf 

>gcyg 

igdab 

igdec 

igdid 

igdof 

igdug 

igdyh 

igery 

igesa 

igete 

igevi 

igexo 

igezu 

igfac 

igfed 

igfif 

igfog 

igfro 

igfuh 

»gfyj 

iggad 
iggef 
igghi 

"ggig 
lggoh 

igguj 

iggyk 

ighaf 

igheg 

ighih 

ighoj 

ighuk 

ighyl 

iglby 

igica 

igide 

igifi 

igigo 

igihu 

igjag 

lgjeh 

igj'j 

lgjok 

igjul 

lgjym 

igkah 

igkik 

igkol 

igkum 

igkyn 

iglaj 

jglek 

jglil 

iglom 

iglun 

'glyp 

igmak 

igmel 

igmim 

igniuii 

igmup 

igmyr 

ignal 

ignem 

ignin 

iguop 

ignur 

ignys 

igoja 

i^oke 

i^omo 



if you do not hear to che contrary 
unless we (I) „ „ „ 

„ you hear from us (me) 
., further 



Hean*(s) — cont. 



until 



we (I) 
(„) 
(,,) 



from you 

„ again 

„ you hear from us (me) 

>, „ „ » ,. ( i. ) again 
very anxious to hear 
when shall you „ 

will do nothing till we (I) hear from (you) 
heard (of) 

have you heard (of) (from) 
heard from 

„ it casually 

„ nothing of 
not heard 
will be heard (on) 
hearing (of) 
(on) hearing from 
hearsay 
heat (ed) (ing) 
heavier 
heaviest 
heaviness 
heavy (iiy) 
too heavy 
very heavy 
hectare (s) (of) 
hectolitre (s) (of) 
hedge(s) (d) (ing) 
heed(s) (ed) (ing) 
heedless (ly) (ness) 
Heidelberg 
height 
held (by) 
held back 

„ here 
is (are) held over 
help(s) (ed) (ing) 
can you help us (me) 
cannot help it (you) 
if by helping 
helpless (ly) 
hence 
and hence 
henceforward 
her(s) 

for her 1 5) 
her not to 

N O. 

., to 

not for her 

„ her(s) 
of her (s) 
to „ 
here 
and here 
be here 
but here 
from here (to) 
here and there 

ii or 

„ „ there 
if here 
,, not here 

„ you could bi here bf 
must be here (by) 
neither here nor there 
not here 
now here 
or here 
hx^reafter 



Set Report, Rumour 



90 



Igopy -Ihoko 



igopy 
lgpam 
lgpen 
igpho 

•gP'P 
igpor 
igpus 

•gpyt 

lgran 

igrep 

tgrir 

igros 

igrut 

igryv 

igsap 

igsbe 

igsci 

igsdp 

igser 

igsfu 

'gsgy 

igsha 

igsis 

:gsot 

'gSUV 

igsyx 

lgtar 

igtes 

igtit 

lgtov 

lgtux 

igtyz 

iguse 

iguti 

iguvo 

iguxu 

igvas 

igvet 

igviv 

igvox 

igvuz 

sgvyb 

igwat 

igwev 

igwix 

igwoz 

igwub 

igwyc 

igyba 

igyce 

igydi 

igyfo 

»gyg» 
•gyhy 

'.gzav 

igzex 

igzix 

igzob 

igzuc 

igzyd 

ihaje 

ihaki 

ibalo 

iharnu 

ihany 

ihapa 

ihbab 

ibbec 

ibbid 



ihbof 
ihbro 
ihbug 
ihbyh 



herein 


ihcac 


heretofore 


ihced 


as heretofore 


ihcho 


herewith 


ihcif 


hermetical (ly) 


ihcog 


herself 


ihcru 


for herself 


ihcuh 


not for herself 


ihcyj 


to herself 


iudad 


hesitate(s) (d) (ing) (to) 


ihdef 


do not hesitate (to) 


ihdig 


if they (he, she) hesitate to 


ihdoh 


,, we (I) hesitate to 


ihduj 


,, you hesitate to 


ihdyk 


hesitation 


ihere 


no hesitation in saying 


iheto 


hide(s) (den) (ing) 


ihexy 


high 


iheza 


appear(s) too high 


ihfaf 


expected to go very high 


ihfeg 


„ will not go very high 


ihfih 


high enough 


ihfoj 


if high 


ihfry 


„ not high 


ihfuk 


„ „ too high 


ihfyl 


,, too high 


ihgag 


much too high 


ihgeh 


not high 


ihghu 


„ „ enough 


•hgij 


„ so high as 


ihgok 


rather „ 


ihgul 


too „ 


ihgym 


very „ 


ihhah 


higher (than) 


Jhhik 


a little higher 


ihhol 


closes higher 


ihhum 


do not think it (they) will go any higher 


ihhyn 


likely to go higher 


ihibe 


may go higher 


ihici 


much higher 


ihido 


must go higher 


ihifu 


no higher 


ihigy 


not „ than 


lhiha 


„ likely to go higher 
„ much higher 


ihjaj 


ihjek 


opens higher 


ihjil 


or at ( — ) higher 


ihjom 


rather higher 


ihjun 


still 


ihjyp 


think it (they) will go higher 


ihkak 


will it (they) go higher 


ihkel 


highest 


ihkim 


the highest 


ihkon 


what is the highest 


ihkup 


him 


ihkyr 


for him 


ihlal 


him not to 


ihlem 


„ to 


ihlin 


not for him 


ihlop 


of him 


ihlur 


to „ 


ihlys 


himself 


ihmain 


for himself 


ihmen 


not for himself 


ihmip 


to himself 


ihmor 


hinder(s) (ed) (ing) (by) 


ihmus 


to hinder 


ihmyt 


very much hindered by 


ihnan 


hinderance 


ihnep 


hinge (s) (d) (ing) See Depend 


ihnir 


hint(s) (ed) (ing) See Allude, Refer, Suggest 


ihnoc 


hire (d) (ing) 


ihnut 


his 


ihnyv 


for his 


ihoji 


his not to His—cont. 


ihoko 



his own Hit— cent, 

„ to 
not his 
of „ 
to „ 

hiss (es) (ed) (ing) 

hit (ting) 

hitch 

without a hitch 

hither 

hitherto 

Hobsrfc 

hogshead(s) (of) 

Loist(s) (ed) (ing) 

hold(s) (for) Sm rho Retain 

can you hold 

desirable to hold 

hold back 

„ on 
shall we (I) hold 
undesirable to hold 
what do you hold (of) 
will hold until 
hold over (for) 
„ „ until 
holder(s) (for) 

„ are firm 

„ „ likely to 

„ „ not likely to 

„ asking 

„ giving way 

„ hard to deal with 

holdittg(s) (for) 
advise holding 

„ not holding 
in proportion to holding 
not worth holding 
our (my) holding (in) 
their (his, her) holding (in) 
to exchange their holdings 
your holding (in) 
hole(s) (d) (in) 
blasting hole(s) 

„ „ every ( — ) feet to assay value 

expect to hole through 
when do you expect to hole through (to) 
will hole through (to) 
holed through (to) 
holiday(s) 
after the holidays 
bank holiday(s) 
before the holidays 
Christmas „ 
during the „ 
Easter holidays 
holiday(s) here until 
on account of the holidays 
public holiday 
to-morrow is a holiday 
yesterday was a „ 
Holland ((The) Dutch) 
for Holland 
from „ 
in „ 
to „ 

Dutch Government 
hollow 

honie(s) (ward) See also Office 

all well at home 
are all well at homo 
at home 
for „ 
from home 
honest (ly) 
honorarium 



Iholu 


- Ijpyo 




honorary 


ijeeh 


however (if) 


honour(s) 


ijcij 


„ as 


for our (my) honour 


ijcok 


ii for 


„ their (his, her) honour 


ijcul 


„ our (my) 


„ your honour 


ijeym 


ii the 


to honour 


ijdah 


„ they (he, she, it) 


honourable (y) 


ijdik 


„ we (I) 


if honourable 


ijdol 


„ when 


honoured 


ijdum 


ii you 


honouring 


ijdyn 


n your 


hope(s) (d) (ing) (to) 


ijeby 


hundredweight(s) (cwt.(s)) 


do they (does he, she) hope to 


ijeca 


(at) per cwt. 


„ you hope to 


ijede 


hurry (ies) (ied) (ing) (iedly) 


have great hopes (of) 


ijefi 


are in a hurry 


„ no hopes (of) 


ijehu 


„ you in a hurry 


„ you any hope of being able to 


ijfaj 


in no hurry 


hope not to 


ijfek 


hurt(s) (ing) (ful) 


„ that (those) 


ijfil 


husband(s) 


„ they (he, she) will 


ijfom 


hydraulic 


n •• ( ii it) ii not 


ijfun 


„ machinery 


„ this (these) 


ijfyp 


„ mining 


„ we (I) shall 


ljgak 


„ press 


» ii (,,) >. not 


ijgel 


„ ram 


„ you will 


ljgim 


„ sluicing 


„ „ not 


ijglo 


hydrauhcing 


if there is any hope (of) 


ijgon 


hypothecate^; (d) (ing) 


n »• no „ („) 


'jgup 


to hypothecate 


„ they (he, she) „ to 


u&yr 


hypothecation (of) 


„ you hope to 


ijhal 


I 


is there any hope (of) 


ijhem 


fori 


less hope (of) 


ijhin 


I not to 


more „ („) 


ijhop 


ii to 


must „ (for) 


ijhur 


not I 


„ not hope (for) 


ijhys 


idea 


not to hope (for) 


ijijy 


give some idea (of) 


to hope (for) 


ijika 


have you any idea (of) 


hopeful (ly) 


ijile 


their (his, her) idea (is) (to) 


hopeless (ly) 


ijimi 


our (my) idea (is) (to) 


it would be hopeless to 


ijipu 


what is your idea (of) 


quite hopeless (to) 


ijkan 


your idea 
identical (ly) (with) 


horizontal 


ijkep 


horn silver (native chloride of silver) 


ijkir 


is this identical with 


hornblende 


ijklu 


not identical with 


mica hornblende and schist 


ijkos 


identification 


hornblende-schist 


ijkut 


on identification 


horse power 


ijkyv 


requires identification 


brake horse power 


ljlap 


without „ 


effective horse power 


ijler 


identify (ies) (ied) (ing) 


nominal „ „ 


ijlis 


important to identify 


what horse power is required 


ijlot 


identity 


„ is the horse power 


ijluv 


idle 


hospital(s) 


ijlyx 


if 


hostile (ity) 


ijmar 


„ a (an) 


not hostile 


ijmes 


„ about 


very hostile 


ijmit 


„ above (that) 


hot Qy) 


ijmov 


„ after 


hotel(s) 


ijmux 


„ „ all 


hour(s) (ly) See also Business 


ijmyz 


„ afterwards 


house(s) 


ijnas 


„ again 


lower house of 


ijnet 


„ against 


upper ,, „ 


ijniv 


„ „ them (him, her) 


honseholder(s) 


ijnox 


n „ us (me) 


how (to) 


ijnuz 


ii » you 


how a (an) 


ijnyb 


., all 


„ about 


ijora 


„ almost 


.1 far 


ijose 


„ already 


.• few 


ijoti 


,, also 


„ our(8) (my, mine) 


ijoxu 


„ altogether 


„ soon 


ijozy 


„ always 


.. the 


ijpat 


„ among (st) 


„ their(s) (his, her(s), its) 


ijpev 


„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 


„ they (he, she, it) 


ijpix 


ii as 


ii we (1) 


ijpoz 


„ „ soon as 


„ yon 


ijpub 


,. at 


„ your(s) 


ijpyc 


„ ..all 



91 



See also page 229 
See also Hasten 



If— coM. 



92 

ABA3Y — This cipher is for use ot;!y when il 

if away 

„ before 

„ below (that) 

„ beyond (that) 

•i by 

„ ,, and by 

„ down 

,, downward 

„ during 

„ either 

,, even 

„ ever 

„ everything (everyone, everybody) 

m tor 

i, from 

„ further 

,, however 

„ in 

„ instead of 

„ neither 

„ nevertheless 

n no 

„ not 

„ „ above (that) 

„ „ after 

„ „ afterwards 

ii „ sgain 

;, „ against 

» it ii them (him, her) 

.■) ii ii us (me) 

i, ,i „ you 

„ ., all 

,, : , almost 

,, „ already 

„ „ altogether 

„ „ always 

„ „ away 

,, „ before 

„ „ below (that) 

„ „ down 

ii „ downward 

ii ii in 

ii ii on 

•i ii over 

ii ii so 

„ „ that (those) 

il II to 

ii n up 

i. i> very 

ii n within 

„ nothing 

ii ° n 

„ one or the other 

„ our(s) (my, mine) 

„ over 

„ owing to 

„ since 

„ so 

„ such 

„ that (those) 

•i the 

„ their(s) (his, her(s), its) 

„ therefore 

„ they (he, she, it) 

„ this (these) 

•i to 

•i up 

•• very 

ii we (I) 

i, what 

„ when 

„ whenever 

i, with 

, within 

., without 



Ijrav— Iksao 

is desired to complete a code word of 10 letter*. 
ikedu if you 



// has no meaning. 



li—cont. 



ff—conl 



ikefy 

ikehe 

ikfam 

ikfen 

ikfip 

ikfor 

ikfus 

ikfyt 

ikgan 

ikgep 

ikgir 

ikgla 

ik^os 

ikgut 

ikgyv 

ikhap 

ikher 

ikhis 

ikhot 

ikhuv 

ikhyx 

ikiji 

ikiko 

ikilu 

ikimy 

ikina 

ikipe 

ikjar 

ikjes 

ikjit 

ikjov 

ikjux 

ikjyz 

ikkas 

ikket 

ikkiv 

ikkle 

ikkox 

ikkuz 

ikkyb 

iklat 

iklev 

iklix 

ikloz 

iklub 

iklyc 

ikmav 

ikmex 

ikmiz 

ikmuc 

ikmyd 



iknax 
iknez 
iknib 
iknud 



iknyf 

ikoro 
ikosu 
ikova 
ikoxe 
ikozi 
ikpaz 
ikpeb 
ikpic 
ikpuf 

ikpyg 
lkrho 
iksac 



See Prpfftoa, 
If — cont. 



your (s) 
not if 

ignorance 
in ignorance of 
ignorant (ly) (of) 
ignore(s) (d) (ing) 
ill (ness) 

been too ill to attend to business 
d mgerously ill 
is (— ) ill 
not seriously ill 
seriously ill 
very ill 

during illness of 
illness prevented 
illegal (to) (ity) (ly) 
if illegal 
,, not illegal 
is it „ 
not „ 
illegible 
illegitimate (ly) 
illicit (ly) 

ilkuninate(s) (d) (ing) 
illustrate(s) (d) (ing) 
illustration(s) 

by way of illustration 

illustrative (oO 
imaginable 
imagination 

imagine(s) (d) (ing) (ary) 
imitate (s) (d) (ing) 
imitation(s) 
i mm aterial (to) 
immediate 
if immediate 
i, not immediate 
no good unless immediate 
„ immediate 
not „ 
unless immediate 
immediately 
and immediately 
but „ 

not „ 

or „ 

they (he, she, it) can immediately 
we can immediately 
you „ „ 

immense (ly) 
imminent 
impair(s) (ed) (ing) 
impart(s) (ed) (ing) 
impartial (ly) (ity) 
impassive (ly) 
impatience 
impatient (ly) 
impeach (es) (ed) (ing) 
impede (s) (a) (ing) 
impediment(s) 
irapel(s) (led) (ling) 
impend(s) (ing) 
impenetrable (y) 
imperative (ly) (to) 
rnake(s) it imperative to 
most imperative (to) 
not at all imperative (to) 
imperceptible (y) 
imperfect (ly) (ion(s)) 
imperial 

imperil(s) (ed) (ing) 
impermeable (ility) 
impersonal 
impersonate(s) (d) (ing) 



See injure, Weaken 
See Communicate 



See Accuse 
See Hinder, Obstruct 

See Criye, Force, Urge 



See Endanger, Risk 



Impertinent (iy) (ence) 
impetuous (ly) (ness) 
implicate (s) (d) (ing) 
implication 
by implication 
implicit (ly) 

implore(s) (d) (ing) (ingly) 
imply (ies) (ied) (ing) 
import(s) (ed) (ing) (er(s)) 
imports and exports 
to import 
importance 
a matter of importance 
do not attach much importance to (it) 
of no importance 
„ the utmost importance 
important (to) 
consider this very important 
if important (that) 
,, not important (that) 
is it „ ( „ ) 

it is „ ( „ ) 

„ „ most important (that) 
•t » net „ ( » ) 

». » very „ ( „ ) 
importation(s) 
imported (ing) 
importer(s) 

impose(s) (d) (ing) (upon) 
imposition 
impossibility (of) 
impossible (to) 
absolutely impossible (as) 
do not think it impossible 
if impossible (to) 
„ not impossible (to) 
impossible not to 
is it impossible (to) 
it is not impossible (to) 
„ seems impossible (to) 
think it impossible (to) 
impostor(s) 

impotent See Helph 

impound(s) (ed) (ing) 
impoverish (es) (ed) (ing) 
impracticable (y) (ility) 
fear this is impracticable 
if it is impracticable (to) 
is it impracticable (to) 
quite „ („) 

impress (es) (ed) (ing) (on) 
impress on them (him, her) 
must impress on you 
impression(s) 
general impression is (that) 
our (my) „ (is) (that) 

„ ( „ ) „ was (that) 

their (his, her) impression (is) (that) 
„ ( „ ) ,, was (that) 

what is the general impression (of) 

„ their (his, her) impression (of) 

„ your impression (of) 
your impression 
improbable (y) (ility) (that) 
consider it improbable (that) 
do not consider it improbable (that) 
if improbable 
„ not improbable 
most „ (that) 

not at all improbable (that) 
very im'probable (that) 
improper (ly) 
improve (s) (d) (ing) (by) 
nre ihings likely to improve 
expected to improve Imprwcis) (. 



Iksed 


— Xlsok 


03 




Imprcve(e) (d) (ing) — cont. 




ilfar 


if things do not improve 




ilfes 


„ „ improve 




ilfit 


improve on 




ilflo 


not expected to improve 




ilfov 


has improved 




ilfux 


slightly improved 




ilfyz 


but is improving 




ilgas 


improvement(s) 




ilget 


any irnprovemenl(s) 




ilgiv 


great „ 




ilgox 


improvement likely to last 




ilgre 


not ., „ „ 




ilguz 


is improvement likely 




ilgyb 


,, there any improvement 




ilhat 


prospects of early improvement 




lihev 


shows signs of improvement 


See also Point 


ilhix 


there is a slight „ 




ilhoz 


„ „ no improvement 




ilhub 


„ „ „ sign of improvement 




ilhyc 


without improvement 




ilisu 


improvident 




ility 


imprudent (ly) (imprudencoi 




lliva 


impunity 




ilixe 


with impunity 




ilizi 


imputation^) 




iljav 


impute(s) (d) (ing) 


See Import 


iljex 


in See uho Into 


See Import 


iljiz 


„ a (an) 




iljob 


„ about 




iljuc 


„ all 




iljyd 


„ any (anyone, anything) 




ilkax 


„ as far as 




ilkez 


„ our(s) (my, mine) 




ilkib 


„ some 




ilkoc 


„ that (those) 




ilkud 


„ the 




ilkyf 


„ their(s) (his, hers, its) 




tlbi 


„ them (him, her, it) 




illeb 


„ this (these) 




illic 


„ us (me) 




illod 


„ what 




illuf 


„ which 


;ss, Powerless 


illyg 


„ whom 




ilmab 


„ whose 




ilmec 


„ you 




ilmid 


„ your(s) 




ilmof 


not in 




ilmug 


„ the 




— 


inaccessible (y) See Unapproachable 




ilmyh 


inaccuracy (ies) 




ilned 


inaccurate (ly) 




ilnif 


inaction 




ilnog 


inactive 




ilnuh 


if inactive 




ilnyj 


remains inactive 




ilocy 


very inactive 




iloda 


inactivity 




ilofe 


what is the cause of the inactivity 




ilogi 


inadequate (ly) (ness) (to) 




ilpef 


quite inadequate (to) 




ilpig 


inadmissible 




ilpoh 


inadvertent (ly) 




— 


inapplicable See Unsuitable 




ilpri 


inasmuch (as) 




ilpuj 


inaugurate(s) (d) (ing) 




ilpyk 


inauguration 




ilreg 


incalculable (y) 




ilrih 


incandescent 




ilroj 


incapable (y) (of) 




ilruk 


incapacitate(s) (d) (ing) 




ilrvl 


incapacity 




— 


incautious (ly) See Imprudent, Indiscreet 




ilseh 


incessant (ly) 




ilsij 


inch (es) 


i) (jng) — cent. 


ilsok 1 


s'j in. (by) Inch {ei)—cont. 



94 





Ilsry— 


Imrok 




A < n - (by) 


Inoh (ee)— cont. 


imfav 


inoompetent (to) (ly) 


J „ („) 




imfex 


incomplete (ly) 


i „ (..) 




imfiz 


very incomplete 
incomprehensible 


i .. (») 




imfla 


1 „ (.,) 




imfob 


inconceivable (y) 


,, („) 




imfuc 


inconclusive (ly) 


$ ,,(.,) 




— 


inconsiderable (y) See Trivial, Unimportant 


1 .,(..) 




itnfyd 


inconsidex , ate (ly) 


i .»(»») 




imgax 


inconsistent (with) (ly) 


J „ („) 




imgez 


if inconsistent with 


3 „ (,,) 




imgib 


•> not „ „ 


2i „ („) 




— 


incontestable (y) See Indisputable 


3 „ (,,) 




— 


incontrovertible See Indisputable 


3i » ( .. ) 




imgoc 


inconvenience(s) (d) (ing) (of) 


4 ..(..) 




imgru 


at much inconvenience 


4i » (..) 




imgud 


causing much inconvenience 


5 ,.(..) 




imgyf 


if you can without inconvenience 


5i » (i») 




imhaz 


it will cause much „ 


6 „ („) 




imheb 


inconvenient (to) (ly) 


6i „ ( „ ) 




imhic 


if inconvenient (to) 


7 .. (») 




imhod 


n not „ („) 


7i » (..) 




imhuf 


very „ („) 

will be most inconvenient (to) 


8 „ („) 




imhyg 


8J „ (,,) 




imira 


inconvertible 


9 .. („) 




imist 


incorporate(s) (d) (ing) 


9i » (») 




imiti 


incorporation 


io „ („) 




imivo 


incorrect (ly) 


ioj „ („) 




imixu 


if incorrect 


TI „ („) 




imizy 


increase(s) (d) (ing) (from) (ingly) 


"i „ (.,) 




imjab 


considerable increase 


incident(s) 




imjec 


increase(s) (d) (ing) by 


incidental (ly) (to) 




imjid 


GO ( » ) to 


incite(s) (d) (ing) 




imjof 


large increase 


incitement 




imjug 


moderate increase 


inclination (to) 




imjyh 


no increase 


no inclination (to) 




imkac 


small „ 


incline(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 




imked 


what is the increase 


are (is) inclined not to 




imkif 


incredible (y) 


., („) ,, to 




imkog 


increment 


„ they (is he, she) inclined to 




imkuh 


unearned increment 


„ you inclined to 




imkyj 


mcriminate(s) (d) (ing) 


if they are (he, she is) inclined to 




imlad 


mcriminatory 


„ „ » ( i> » m) »o< inclined to 


imlef 


incubus 


„ you „ inclined to 




imlig 


incumbent (on) 


„ „ „ not inclined to 




imloh 


incur(s) (red) (ring) 


no one seems inclined (to) 




imluj 


incur(s) (red) (ring) no 


they are (he, she is) inclined to 




imlyk 


incurable 


„ ii ( ii it i») not inclined to 




immaf 


indebted (to) 


we are (I am) inclined to 




immeg 


how much indebted 


„ „ ( „ ) not inclined to 




immih 


if indebted 


inclose (d) (ing) 


See Enclose 


immoj 


„ not indebted 


inclosure 


See Enclosure 


immuk 


not indebted 


include(s) (d) (ing) (in) 




immyl 


indebtedness 


., („) ( ii ) our (my) 




imnag 


total indebtedness 


n (>.) ( » ) their (his, her 


its) 


imneh 


what is the indebtednesi 


» (») ( » ) your 




imnij 


indecipherable 


(this) does not include 




imnok 


indeoision 


( „ ) is not to „ 




— 


indecisive (ly) (ness) See Inconclusive, Uncertain, 


( „ ) „ to include 




iinnul 


indeed [Undecided, Undetermined 


this includes 




imnym 


have (has) indeed 


what was included 




imobe 


it would indeed 


including that 




imoci 


indefatigable (y) 


„ this 




imodo 


indefensible 


„ which 




— 


indefinable (y) See Undefinable 


not including 




imofu 


indefinite (ly) 


inclusive (of) (ly) 




imogy 


much too indefinite 


both inclusive 




imoha 


very indefinite 

indemnify (ies) (ied) (ing) (by) 


is it „ (of) 




impah 


not „ („) 




impik 


must be indemnified 


income 




impol 


indemnity (ies) See also Bond 


net income 




impry 


cannot get indemnity 


incommensurate 


See Inadequate 


impum 


if indemnity be not 


incommode(s) (d) (ing) See Inconvenience 


impyn 


must get indemnity 


incommodious (ly) 


See Inconvenient 


imraj 


or „ H 


incompatible (y) (with) 




imrek 


indent(s) (ed) 



Imrli— Inavi 



66 



Indenture (s) 

independence 

independent (ly) 

indescribable (y) 

indeterminable 

index 

India (Indian(s)) 

for India 

from „ 

in „ 

to „ 

India Office 

Indian Government 

indicate(s) (d) (ing) (by) 

indication(s) (of) 

are the indications favourable 

„ there any indications (of) 
every indication that 
from indications 

„ present indications 

„ surface „ 

„ underground indications 
indications favourable 
„ generally 
„ point to 
„ that 
„ unfavourablt 
no indications of 
„ „ where 

surface indications (are) 
telegraph if indications 
there are indications (that) 

» •> »o » ( „ ) 

H „ slight indications (of) 

„ „ strong „ („) 

„ is every indication (of) 
underground indications (are) 
unless indications 

n n get worse 

„ „ improve 

what are the indications 

„ „ surface indications 

„ „ underground indications 

„ do you think of the indications 
indict(s) (ed) (ing) 
indictable 
indictment(s) 
indifference 
indifferent (ly) 
quite indifferent (to) 
indignant (ly) 
indignation 
indirect (ly) 
indiscreet (ly) 
indiscretion(s) 
indiscriminate (ly) 
indispensable (y) 
indisposed (to) 
indisputable (y) 
indistinct (ly) (ness) 
indistinguishable 
individual(s) (ly) 
individually and collectively 
induce(s) (d) (ing) (to) 
try to induce 
inducement(s) (to) 
as an inducement 
every „ 

if sufficient inducement 
is there any „ 
no inducement 
offers no inducement 
unless better inducement 
what is the ,, 

industrial 



See Accuse 



See (indistinguishable 



neta 
neve 
nexi 
nezo 
nfab 
nfec 
nfid 
nfof 

nfri 
nfyh 

ngac 
nged 

nghe 
ngif 
ngog 

ngyj 

nhet 

nhig 

nhoh 

nhyk 

nibu 

nida 

nife 

nigi 

niho 

njaf 

njeg 

njih 

njoj 

"jyi 

nkeh 

nlah 

nlik 

nlol 

nlyn 

nmaj 

nmek 

nmil 

nmom 

nmyp 

nnak 

nnel 

nnim 

nnyr 

nojy 

noka 

nole 

nomi 

nono 

nopu 

npal 

npem 

nphi 

npys 

nren 

nror 

nryt 

nsba 

nsce 

nsdi 

nsep 

nsfo 

□sgu 

nsos 

nsyv 

ntis 

ntyx 

nury 

nusa 

nute 

nuvi 



See Incalculable 



See Inaccurate 



See Unadvisable, Undesirable 



See Indescribable 



industrious (ly) 

industry (ies) 

ineffective 

ineffectual (ly) 

inefficient (ly) 

ineligible 

inequality (ies) 

inequitable 

inestimable 

inevitable (y) 

the inevitable 

inexact 

inexcusable (y) 

inexhaustible 

inexpedient (ly) 

inexpensive (ly) 

inexperience (d) 

inexplicable (y) 

inexpressible 

infallible (ility) 

infamous (ly) 

infant(s) 

infatuation 

infect(s) (ed) (ing) 

infection 

infectious 

infer(s) (red) (ring) (from) 

inference 

the inference is 

what is the inference (to be) drawn 

inferior (to) 

» . b y 

not inferior (to) 

yery „ („) 

inferiority 

infinite 

infirm 

inflame(s) (d) (ing) 

inflammable 

inflate(s) (d) (ing) 

inflation 

inflexible (y) 

inflict(s) (ed) (ing) (ion) 

influence(s) (of) 

bring influence to bear (on) 

can bring influence to bear 
,, no „ n 

carries great influence 
„ no influence 

our (my) „ 

their (his, her) influence 

using all our (my) influence 
„ their (his, her) „ 

without influence 

your influence 

influenced (by) 

influential fly) 
„ friends 

very influential 

influentially connected 

influx (of) 

inform(s) (ed) (ing) 

can you inform us (me) 

inform all parties 
„ party (ies) concerned 
„ them (him, her) 
„ us (me) (about) 
„ „ ( „ ) fully of 

.. „ ( „ ) if they are (he, she, it is) (to) 
" » ( » ) >. » ii ( „ „ ) not (to) 
» » ( » ) ii ii (he, she, it) can 
» » ( .. ) ii ii ( „ „ ) cannot 
» » ( <i ) ii ii ( n „ ) will 
» ■• ( if ) ii » ( ii 11 ) „ not 
»i .1 ( „ ) i, we are (I am) (to) 

Infer m(s) (ed) (*'?. 



See also Communicate, Tell, 
[Told 



9<J inuzo — Ipvax 

ABABT — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a cede word of 10 letters. 

Inform(s) (ed) (Ing) — cont. 
inform us (me) if we are (I am) not (to) 



inuxo 

inuzu 

invar 

inves 

invit 

invov 

invyx 

inyby 

inyca 

inyde 

inyfi 

inygo 

inynu 

inzat 

inzev 

inzix 

inzor 

inzyc 

ipaji 

ipako 

ipalu 

ipamy 

ipana 

ipape 

ipbac 

ipbed 

ipbif 

ipbog 

ipbru 

ipbuh 

ipbyj 

ipcad 

ipcef 

ipchu 

ipcig 

ipcoh 

ipcry 

ipeuj 

ipeyk 

ipdaf 

ipdeg 

ipdih 

ipdoj 

ipduk 

ipdyl 

iperi 

ipeso 

ipetu 

ipevy 

ipexa 

ipeze 

ipfag 

ipfeh 

ipfij 

ipfok 

ipfra 

ipful 

ipfym 

ipgah 

ipghy 

ipgik 

ipgol 

ipgum 

ipgyn 

ipbaj 

iphek 

iphil 

iphom 

iphun 

iphyp 

ipibi 

ipidu 

ipify 

ipihe 

ipjak 



(„) 



(,,) 



( 



(I) can (may) 

„ (,,) cannot (may noi\ 

„ („) shall 
you are (to) 

„ „ not (to) 

„ can 

„ cannot 
) „ „ will (shall) 
) of any change 
) whether 



yon 



they (he, she) inform (s) us (me) that 

to inform 

are (is) informed that 

have they (has he, she) been informed 

„ you informed 
informed in strictest confidence 

„ privately 

„ them (him, her) 

„ us (me) 

n you 

keep us (me) well informed (about) 

well informed 

you are informed (that) 

informal (ly) 

Informality 

is there any informality in 

no informality 

informant(s) 

information (of) 

according to information received 

„ ,, latest information 
additional information 
any information 
believe information to be 

can you give us (me) any information regarding (this) 
cannot obtain information regarding 

„ ,, reliable information 

confidential information has been received that 
definite information 
earlier „ 

earliest „ 

early „ 

following „ (is) 

for information of 

„ our (my) private information only 
„ their (his, her) private information only 
„ your private information only 
fullest information 
further ,, 

get all the information (you can) 
,, the best „ ( „ ) 

give definite information 
have no information 

„ you any information 
important information 
information from 

„ is 

„ „ not 

„ „ official 

„ „ on very good authority 

„ they have (he, she has) received is 

M tO 

„ we (I) have received is 

is information 

latest information 

official „ 

private „ 

refuse(s) to give information 

send all the information you can 
„ full information by cable 
„ fullest possible information by cable 
„ further information by cable 

think your information is correct 

Information — cont, 



ipjel 
ipjim 
ipjon 
ipjup 
lpjyr 
ipkal 



ipkem 

ipkin 

ipkop 

ipkur 

ipkys 

iplam 

iplen 

iplip 

iplor 

iplus 

iplyt 

lpman 

ipmep 

ipmir 

ipmos 

ipmut 

ipmyv 

ipnap 

ipner 

ipnis 

ipnot 

ipnuv 

ipnyx 

ipojo 

ipoku 

ipoly 

ipoma 

ipone 

ipopi 

ippar 



ippes 

ippha 

ippit 

ippov 

ippux 

ippyz 

ipras 

ipret 

ipriv 

iprox 

ipruz 

ipryb 

ipsat 

ipsda 

ipsev 

ipsfe 

ipsgi 

ipsho 

ipsix 

ipsoz 

ipsub 

ipsyc 

iptav 

iptex 

iptiz 

iptob 

iptuc 

iptyd 

ipusu 

iputy 

ipuva 

ipuxe 

ipuzi 

ipvax 



See Breach, Violation 
See Frequent 



See Hostile, Unfriendly 



It has no meaning. Sea Preface. 

I nfoi'mation— cont. 
think your information is incorrect 
unable to get sufficient information to expn 
what information [definite opinion} 

„ , if any, information have you 
with information 
without „ 
infraction 
infrequent (ly) 
infringe(s) (d) (ing) (on 
infringement(s) (of) 
infuse(s) (d) (ing) 
ingenious (ly) 
ingot(s) (of) 
ingratitude 
inherent (ly) 
inherit(s) (ed) (ing) 
inheritance (s) 
inimical 
iniquitous (ly) 
initial(s) (ed) (ing) 
the initials are 
what are the initials (of) 
initiative 
injection 
injudicious (ly) 
very injudicious 
injunction(s) 
apply for an injunction 
injure(s) (d) (ing) (by) 
much injured (by) 
injurious (ly) 
injury (ies) (to) 
what is the extent of the injury (to) 

., „ nature „ „ („) 

injustice 
inland 
inner 

innocent (ly) 
innovation 
innumerable 
inoffensive (ly) 
inoperative 
inopportune (ly) 
if you think it inopportune 
the time is inopportune 
inquest(s) 

inquire(s) (d) (ing) (into) 
inquire about 

„ confidentially 

h if 

■i of 

„ what 
being inquired into 
inquirer(s) 
inquiry (ies) (into) 
after careful inquiry 
demand inquiry (into) 
do not demand inquiry (into) 
have received „ regarding 
institute searching inquiry (into) 
is there any inquiry (for) 
little inquiry (for) 
making every inquiry (into) 
no inquiry (for) 
our (my) inquiry (ies) 
reply to „ 
result of „ (is) 
strong inquiry (for) 
their (his, her) inquiry (ies) 
your inquiry (ies) 
inscribe(s) (d) (ing) 
inscription 

„ premature 

insecure (ly) 
insecurity 



See Numberless 
See Harmless 



See also Ask 



Ipvez — Irteo 



W 



lpvez 
ipvib 
ipvoc 
ipvud 
ipvyf 

ipwaz 

ipweb 

ipwic 

ipwod 

ipwuf 

ipwyg 

ipybo 

ipycu 

ipydy 

ipyfa 

ipyge 

lpyhi 

ipzab 

ipzec 

ipzid 

ipzof 

ipzug 

ipzyh 

iquad 

iqubs 

iquef 

iqugt 

iquhu 

iquic 

iquln 

iqumb 

iquoj 

lqurp 

iqusm 

iqutl 

iquug 

irara 

ira3e 

irati 

iravo 

iraxu 

irbag 

irbeh 

irbij 

irbok 

irbul 

irbym 

ircab 

ircik 

ircol 

ircum 

ircyn 

irdaj 

irdek 

irdil 

irdom 

irdun 

irdvp 

ireba 

irece 

iredi 

irefo 

iregu 

irehy 

irfak 

irfel 

irfim 

irfon 

irfup 

irfyr 

irgal 

irgein 

irgin 

irglu 



See Unimportant 



See also Mine, Property 



insensible (y) 
insert(s) (ed) (ing) (in) 
insertion(s) (of) 
inside (r(s)) 
insidious (ly) 
insignificant (ly) 
insincere (ly) 
insinuate(s) (d) (ing) 
insinuation(s) 
insist(s) (ed) (ing) (upon) 
must insist on 
need not insist on 
insolvency 
insolvent 

are they (is he) insolvent 
not insolvent 
reported insolvent 
inspect(s) (ed) (ing) 
desirable to inspect 
inspect and report on 
let someone reliable inspect 

must have full authority to inspect mine [opinion! 

most have fall authority to Inspect mine to be able to express a definite} 

„ „ „ „ ., „ „ ,books, 4c, to bo able to express) 

„ not be permitted to inspect [a definite Opinion} 

permission to inspect 

,, given 

„ „ refused 

who will inspect 
will inspect 
have inspected 
must be inspected 
was inspected (by) 
when last inspected 

„ was ( — ) last inspected 
inspection(s) 
certificate of inspection 
must allow „ 

on inspectioa 
send report of inspection by letter 

» ii » ii wire 

subject to inspection (by) 
who pays for inspection 
inspector(s) (snip) 
instability 
instal(s) (led) (ling) 
installation(s) (of) 
instalment(s) (of) 
by instalments 
equal „ 
final instalment 
in instalments 
instalment(s) must be 

„ to be 

last „ 
next „ 
instanoe(s) 
at the instance of 
for instance 
in every instance 
„ no instance 
„ some instances 
„ this (that) instance 
no instance 
instant (ly) 
instantaneous (ly) 
instead (of) 
„ of a (an) 
„ „ that (those) 

„ the 
„ „ this (these) 
„ „ which 
instigate(s) (d) (ing) (by) 
instigation 
at the instigation of 



lrgop 

irgur 

irgys 

irham 

irhen 

irhip 

irhor 

irhus 

irhyt 

irija 

irike 

irili 

irimo 

irinu 

iripy 

irjan 

irjep 

irjir 

irjos 

irjut 

irjyv 

irkap 

irker 

irkis 

irkly 

irkot 

irkuv 

irkyx 

irlar 

irles 

irlit 

irlov 

irlux 

irlyz 

irmas 

irmet 

irmiv 

irmox 

irmuz 

irnat 

irnev 

irnix 

irnoz 

irnub 

irore 

irosi 

iroto 

irovu 

iroxy 

iroza 

irpav 

irpex 

irpiz 

irpob 

irpuc 

irrax 

irrez 

irrhe 

irrib 

irroc 

irrad 

irsaz 

ireeb 

irsic 

irsju 

irsky 

irsla 

irsme 

irsni 

irsod 

irspo 

irsuf 

irtab 

irtec 



instigator(s) 

institution(s) 

instruct(s) (to) 

did you instruct them (him, her) not to 

,, ( „ )to 
instruct them (him, her) not to 
„ ( „ >to 
„ us (me) not to 

., ( „ ) to 
„ yon not to 
., to 
instructed (ing) (to) 

„ them (him, her) to 

„ us (me) to 

„ you to 

unless otherwise instructed 

„ „ „ we (I) shall 

instruction(s) (of) 
according to instructions 
await instructions 

„ „ before doing anything further 

awaiting instructions to 

„ „ „ commence 

breach of instructions 

cancel instructions (respecting) [( — ) date)) 

„ „ contained In our (my* letter No. (— ) (or( 

■., ,, ., » («) telegram (of) 

carry out In detail the Instructions contained In our (my) letter No. (— ) i 
conform strictly to instructions [(or ( — ) date) f 

contradictory instructions 
contrary to „ 

define instructions 
detailed instructions 
disobeyed „ 
even with instructions 

„ without „ 
for further „ 

full instructions 

„ „ have been given (to) 

fullest „ 
further „ 
give definite instructions 

„ (send) written instructions (to) 
have you any instructions 
if you have any „ 
i> » no „ 

immediate instructions 
instructions are (were) too indefinite 

„ by letter 

ii if wire 

„ contained in letter No. ( — ) (or ( — ) date)] 

„ from [perfectly explicit j 

no „ 

„ „ given 

not according to instructions 
notwithstanding „ 
our (my) instructions 
pending receipt of further instructions 
private instructions 
received „ 

„ no instructions 
require further instructions 
send instructions (to) 
sent „ ( ., ) 

special „ 

statc(s) can only act on written instructiou 
take their (his, her) instructions 
telegraph instructions 
their (his, her) instruction; 
these instructions (tre) 
verbal „ 

waiting further instructions 
we (I) confirm our (my) instructions 
what are the instructions (referred to) 

Instruct* ** fUt , 



9f 



Irthi — Iszek 



lnstruotion(8) — cont. 

(why have you not carried out instructions contained 
in our (my) cable of ( — ) date 
{why have you not carried out instructions contained 
t in our (my) letter No. ( — ) (or ( — ) date) 
with instructions 

„ „ to the contrary notwithstanding 

without „ 
written „ 
your „ 

lnstrument(s) (of) 
instrumental (in) (ly) (ity) 
insubordinate (ion) 
insufficient (ly) 
altogether insufficient 
insulation 
hisulator(s) 

insult(s) (ed) (ing) (ingly) 
insuperable 
insupportable 
insurable 

insurance(s) (on) See also Risk 

accompanied by policy of insurance 
amount of insurance 
certificate of „ 

claim on insurance company (ies) (underwriters) 
do our open policies of insurance cover 
extra insurance 
fire „ 

„ „ policy 

floating policy of insurance 
have you effected insurance (on) 
how is insurance provided 
including „ 
insurance against 

„ company(ies) (underwriters) 

„ claim 

„ covers risk of transhipment 

„ for 

,, free of particular average 

„ is effected here 

h of explosives 

n >• gold 

„ „ machinery and plant, &c. 

„ ,, stores 

„ policy(ies) cover(s) war risks up to 

„ premium 
ia the insurance to cover 
life insurance 
„ „ policy 

marine insurance 

„ „ policy 

open policy of insurance 
profits insurance 
provisional insurance 
renew insurance 
who is to effect the insurance 
insure(s) (for) 
are we (am I) to insure (the) 
at what rate can you insure 
can insure 

„ you insure 
cannot insure 
do not „ 
insure additional 
„ against 
n n all risks 

n „ total loss only 
ii in 
n from 
„ profit 
„ F. P. A. 
„ W. A. 
shall we (I) insure, or are you covering 
insured (for) 
fully insured 



Insured — cont. 



ISJ1V 

isjox 

isjur 

isjyb 

iskat 

iskev 

iskix 

iskoz 

iskub 

iskyc 

islav 

islex 

islob 

isluc 

islyd 

ismax 

ismez 

ismoc 

ismyf 

isnaz 

isnuf 

isnyg 

isoru 

isosy 

isota 

isove 

isoxi 

isozo 

ispab 

ispec 

ispof 

ispyh 

israc 

isrog 

isruh 

isryj 

issef 

issje 

isski 

isslo 

issmu 

issny 

issoh 

isspa 

issuj 

issyk 

istaf 

isteg 

istoj 

istuk 

istyl 

isubu 

isucy 

isuda 

isufe 

isugi 

isvag 

isveh 

isvok 

isvul 

isvym 

iswah 

iswik 

iswol 

iswum 

iswyn 

isyju 

isyky 

isyla 

isyme 

isyni 

isypo 

iszaj 

iszek 



In8ured — cont. 
how much is insured 
insured against 

„ „ all risks 

„ „ total loss only 

„ in 

„ with 
is the ( — ) insured 
net insured 
„ fully insured 
partially „ 
insurer(s) 
insuring 

insurmountable See Insuperable 

intact 

remains intact 
integrity 
intelligence 
intelligent (ly) 
intelligible 
intemperance 
intemperate (ly) 
intend(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 
do they (does he, she) intend not (to) 

H II ( II II ) II (t0) 

m ii ( » „ ) „ us (me) (to) 

i, .. ( •> » ) t* .» ( it ) not (to) 

„ you intend not (to) 

it n ii (to) 

H „ „ as (me) (to) 

i> ,. ii ii ( I. ) not (to) 

if they (he, she) do(es) not intend (to) 

•i ii ( ,i , ) intend (to) 

„ you do not intend (to) 

„ „ intend (to) 

intend not (to) 

they (he, she) intend(s) (to) 

„ do (he, she does) not intend (to) 
we (I) do not intend (to) 
„ G») intend (to) 
it is intended (to) 

i, not intended (to) 
not intended for (to) 
that is intended (for) 
they (he, she) intended (to) 
this is intended (for) 
we (I) „ (to) 
what is intended 
when is it intended (to) 
which is intended 
you intended (to) 
intense (ly) 
intent(s) 

to all intents and purposes 
intention(s) (al) (ally) (ed) 
no intention to 

their (his, her) intention is (to) 
our (my) intention is (to) 
what is your intention 
intercept(s) (ed) (ing) 
interchange(s) (d) (ing) (with) 
interchangeable (y) (with) 
intercolonial 
interdict(s) (ed) (ing) 
on what grounds has interdict 
interdiction 

interest(s) (at) See also Redemption, Reversion 
accrued interest (to) 
all interests 

„ „ concerned 
by whom is interest payable 
can obtain interest (in) 

m „ no interest (in) 

„ you secure an interest in 
charge interest (at) 
claim interest (from) (on) Interests)— cont. 



Iszil- 


Ivbyb 


99 

Interested — conk 


controlling interest Interest(s) — cont. 


itnuj 


to what extent are we (am I) interested 


debenture „ 


itnyk 


„ „ „ „ you interested 


half-yearly „ 


itoby 


Interesting (to) 


have protected your interests 


itoca 


it is interesting (to) 


„ to give away ( — ) interest in 


itofi 


interfere(s) (d) (ing) (with) 


in our (my) interests 


itogo 


must not permit them (him, her) to interfere (with) 


„ the interests of 


itohu 


think you had better not interfere 


„ „ „ all concerned 


itpaf 


without interfering with 


h » >• the „ 


itpih 


interference 


„ their (his, her) interests 


itpoj 


can have no interference 


„ your interests 


itpro 


interim 


interest as customary 


itpuk 


ad interim 


„ at Bank of England rate 


itpyl 


interior 


„ „ one per cent, over Bank of England rate 




intermeddle (s) (d) (ing) See Interfere 


„ from 


itreh 


intermediate 


„ guaranteed by 


itrij 


internal (ly) 


m in 


itrok 


international (ly) 


,, not paid 


itrul 


interpellation 


n Of 


itrym 


interpolate(s) (d) (ing) 


on 


itsah 


interpose(s) (d) (ing) 


„ paid 


itsik 


interpretation (of) 


„ payable (on) 


— 


interrogate(s) (d) (ing) See Ask, Inquire, 


,, „ half-yearly 


itsol 


interrnpt(s) (ed) (ing) [Question 


„ „ monthly 


itsra 


interrnption(s) 


t> t, quarterly 


itsse 


intersect(s) (ed) (ing) (at) 


» ». yearly 


itsti 


intersected by 


large interest (in) 


itsvo 


intersection (of) 


less „ 


itswu 


interstate 


„ ( — ) months' interest (at) 


itsyn 


interval(s) 


life interest (in) 


itszy 


intervene(s) (d) (ing) 


must protect our (my) interests 


ittaj 


intervention 


„ „ their (his, her) interests 


ittek 


interview(s) (ed) (ing) 


„ „ your interests 


ittil 


a personal interview 


no interest (in) 


ittyp 


intestate 


of great interest (to) 


ltujy 


intimate(s) (d) (ing) (to) 


„ no interest (to) 


ituka 


lntimation(s) 


offered „ (in) 


itule 


intimidate(s) (d) (ing) 


our (my) interest(s) 


itumi 


intimidation 


payment of interest 


itupu 


into Su also In 


present interest 


itvak 


into a (an) 


protecting your interests 


itvel 


M our(s) (my, mine) 


quarterly interest 


itvim 


„ that (those) 


rate of „ 


itvon 


h the 


small „ (in) 


itvup 


„ their(s) (his, her(s), it (s)) 


their (his, her) interest(s) 


itvyr 


„ this (these) 


through our (my) interest 


itwal 


„ which 


„ their (his, her) interest 


itwem 


„ your(s) 


„ your interest 


itwop 


not into 


(to) protect our (my) interests 


itwur 


intolerable (y) 


(„) „ their (his, her) interests 


itwys 


intolerant 


( »» ) n your interests 


ityry 


very intolerant 


to take an interest (in) 


itysa 


intoxicate (s) (d) (ing) (ion) 


use your interest and endeavour to obtain 


ityte 


intractable 


vested interest (s) 


ityvi 


intricate 


we have to give away here ( — ) interest in the local) 
what are the interests involved [syndicate) 


ityxo 


intrigue(s) 


ityzu 


intrinsic (ally) 


„ is the arrangement for payment of interest 


itzam 


introduce(s) (d) (ing) (to) 


„ rate of interest 


itzen 


introduction(s) (to) 


with interest (at) 


itzip 


intrude(s) (d) (ing) (into) 


without interest 


itxor 


intrusion (into) 


would „ 


itzus 


intrusive 


m it „ 


itzyt 


intrnst(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 


ii not „ 


ivabe 


inundate(s) (d) (ing) (with) 


yearly interest 


ivaci 


inundation(s) (of) 


your interest (s) 


ivado 


invalid(s) 


„ interests are being looked attei 


ivafu 


invalidate (s) (d) 'ing) (by) 


„ „ ,, protected 


ivagy 
ivaha 


invaluable (y) 


„ „ „ provided for 


invariable (y) 


,, „ will be provided for 


ivbas 


inventus) (ed) (ing) 


interested (in) 


ivbet 


invention(3) 


advise all parties interested 


ivbiv 


inventory (ies) 


all parties interested 


ivbly 


take(n) inventory (of) 


are you interested (in) 


ivbox 


inverse (ion) (ly ) 


interested to extent of 


ivbux 


invests) (in) 


to what extent are they (is he, she) interested 


ivbyb 


to invest 


Interested — com. 







100 



Ivoat — Ixbod 



A BABY— i for use only when it is desired to complete a code word of 10 letters. It has no meaning. 

irrecognisable 
irreconcilable 
you to investi- ivofy irrecoverable 
[gate; ivoga irredeemable 
irregular fly) 
if irregular 
,, not irregular 
is it irregular 
most „ 
not 



See Preface. 



invested (in) 
investigate(s) (d) (ing) 
but insist on sufficient time to enable 
investigation(s) 
after investigation 
before „ 

further „ 
impartial investigation 
made a thorough investigation 
make „ ,, „ 

recommend investigation 
under investigation 
investing (in) 
investment(s) (in) 
investor(s) (in) 
invidious (ly) 
invitation(s) 
invite(s) (d) (ing) 
invoice (s) (d) (ing) 
against certified invoice(s) 
copy of invoice 
duplicate invoice(s) 
for the invoice value 
„ (— ) of „ 
full amount of invoice 
invoice amount is 

„ No. 

„ value 

,, „ not exceeding 
our (my) invoice 
Pro forma invoice 
send Consular invoice 

„ us (me) „ 
their (his, her) „ 
(with) Consular „ 
with invoice 
without invoice 
your invoice 
involuntary (ily) 
involve(s) (d) (ing) (in) 
are you at all involved (with) 
if involved (in) (with) 
>,»<* „ („) ( „ ) 
not .. (..) ( >. ) 
to what extent involved 
inward(s) (ly) 
I.O.U. 

Ireland (Irish) 
for Ireland 
from „ 
in „ 
to „ 
iridium 
iron 
bar iron 
carbonate of iron 

,, „ and galena 

„ „ , pyrites and galena 

cast iron 

deposit of iron ore 
galvanised iron 
hematite iron 
in iron 
iron ore 
magnetic iron 
metallic ,, 

owing to the pretence of iron 
oxide of iron 
pig iron 
scrap iron 
sheet „ 
wrought iron 
ironstone 
seams of ironstone 
irreclaimable 



voco 

vodu 

vofy 

voga 

vpaj 

vpek 

vpil 

vpom 

vpra 

vpun 

vpyp 

vrak 

vrel 

vrim 

vron 

vrup 

vryr 

vsal 

vsem 

vsin 

vsop 

vsro 

vssu 

vsty 

vsur 

vsva 

vswe 

vsys 

vszi 

vtam 

vten 

vtip 

vtor 

vtus 

vtyt 

vuji 

vuko 

vulu 

vumy 

vuna 

vupe 

wan 

wep 

vvir 

wos 

vvut 

wyv 

vwap 

vwer 

vwis 

vwot 

vwuv 

VWVX 

vyri 
vyso 
vytu 
vyvy 
vyxa 
vyze 
vzar 
vzes 
vzit 
vzov 
vzux 
vzyz 
ixaja 
xake 
xaii 
xamo 
xanu 
xapy 
xbaz 
xbeb 
xbic 
xbod 



very „ 

irregularity (ies) 

there is no irregularity (in) 

„ „ some irregularity (in) 
what is the irregularity (in) 
irrelevant 
irremovable 
irreproachable 
irrespective (of) 
quite irrespective of 
irresponsible (ity) 
irretrievable 
irrevocable 

irrigated) (d) (ing) (ion) 
irritate (s) (d) (ing) 
irritation 
irruption(a) 
irruptive 
is (to) 
and this is 
n >i not 
as this is 

everyone (everybody) is 
everything is 
if that is not so 



See also Are, Be, Been, Has, Have 



there is 



„ this is 



not 



>i ii ii 



not 



is a (an) 

„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 
„ everything (everyone, everybody) 
„ it all 
„ no 

„ not that (to) 
„ „ this („) 
„ that (to) 
ii this („) 
it is a (an) 
„ generally 

N ^t 

„ „ a (an) 
M „ generally 

h n so 

„ „ that (thia) 

„ that 

„ this 
nothing is 

such is their (hie, her) 
that is a (an) 

,, ,. it 

n ii not 

„ „ „ a (an) 

ii i» » "■ 

„ „ >i now 

„ ., » the 

„ „ nothing 

i> i> now 

., „ only 

„ „ the 

„ „ what 

„ „ where 

•i ii why 



tt— sons. 





Ixbri 


-Izoaf 


that this is a (an) 


Is — eont. 


ixnus 


„ „ not a (an) 




ixnyt 


there is never 




ixoje 


» n no 




ixoki 


„ „ nothing 




ixolo 


„ „ something 




ixoma 


this is 




ixony 


M * (an) 




ixopa 


„ it 




ixpan 


m not 




ixpep 


» » a (an) 




ixphu 


» » it 




ixpir 


what is it 




ixpos 


when „ 




ixput 


„ it is 




ixpyv 


whereas it is 




ixrap 


.1 „ not 




— 


wherever there is 




ixrer 


whether „ „ 




ixris 


which is a (an) 




ixrot 


who is it 




ixruv 


iaolate(s) (d) (ing) (ion) 




ixryx 


issuable 




ixsar 


lssue(s) (d) (ing) (at) 




ixsit 


about to issue 




ixsov 


at issue 




ixsux 


authorised issue(s) 




— 


everything arranged for the issue (of) 




ixsyz 


favourable issue 




ixtas 


fixed price of issue 




ixtet 


general issue 




ixtiv 


issue is 




ixtox 


„ „ not 




ixtuz 


„ no more 




ixtyb 


1. of 




ixuvu 


„ will be deferred to (until) 




ixuxy 


„ „ made (on) 




ixuza 


maximum price of issue 




ixvat 


minimum „ „ 




ixvev 


new issue 




ixvix 


„ „ is guaranteed by 




ixvoz 


not to delay issue 




ixvub 


postpone issue 




ixvyc 


price of „ 




ixwav 


special issue 




ixwex 


to delay issue 




ixwiz 


underwrite the issue 




ixwob 


underwriting ,, 




ixwuc 


underwritten „ 




ixwyd 


unfavourable issue 




ixybe 


you may issue 




ixyci 


can still be issued 




ixydo 


cannot be issued now 




ixyfu 


issued at 




jxygy 


m by 




ixyha 


„ to 




ixzax 


to be issued (at) 




ixzez 


m h by 




ixzib 


„ „ pro rata to 




ixzoc 


„ to 




ixzud 


total amount issued 




•ixzyf 


will be issued in due course 




— 


propose issuing 




izajo 


issuer(a) 




ixaly 


it 




izama 


for it 




izane 


it not to 




ixapi 


„ to 




izbad 


not it 




izbef 


of it 




izbig 
izboh 


to„ 




Italy (Itaiian(sD 




izbry 


for Italy 




izbuj 


froni „ 




izbyk 


in „ Italy (Ttalian(s)) — cent. 


ixcif 



101 



to Italy Italy (Italian(s))— cont, 

Italian Government 
item(s) 
its 

for its 
not „ 
„ of its 
of its 
to „ 
itself 
in itself 
of „ 
not of itself 
J 

jade 

jail(s) (er(s)) 

January See page 340 

Japan (Japanese) 
for Japan 
from Japan 
in Japan 
to „ 

Japanese Government 
jasper 
jealous (ly) 
jeopardise(s) (d) (ing) 

jeopardy Set Danger, Risk 

job(s) 
jobbery 
Johannesburg 
join(s) (ed) (ing) (in) 
do not care to join (in) (with) 
would join if 

the following have (has) joined (us) 
on joining 
joiner(s) (y) 
joint(s) (ed) 
jointly (with) 

„ and severally 
journal(s) 
journey (ies) 
journeyman (men) 
joy (ful) (fully) 
judge(s) (d) (ing) 
as far as we (I) can judge 
judgment(s) 
according to our (my) best judgment 

„ „ their (his, her) best judgment 
„ „ your best judgment 
act to the best of your „ 
acted to the best of our (my) judgment 
cannot form a judgment on the matter 
have you formed any judgment on the matter 
in judgment 

leave the matter to your judgment 
may we (I) use our (my) own judgment 
Judicial (ly) 
judicious (ly) 
we (I) think it judicious (to) 
„ („) ,, not judicious (to) 
juggle(s) (d) (ing) 

July See page 241 

jump(s) (ed) (ing) (at) Set alio Claim? 

inquiring as to alleged jumping 
jumper(s) 
against jumper(s) 
have settled with jumper(s) 
jumpers consent (to) 
decline (to) 

„ have been ejected 

„ threaten action 

„ will entertain 

„ „ not entertain 

„ „ withdraw 

., „ „ on payment of 

Jwr.f>?r(3)- cont. 



102 



Izceg J&oux 



to compromise with jumper(s) Jumper(e) — tout. 
try and settle with jumpers 
we consider jumpers (have) 
„ do not consider that jumpers (have) 
junction(s) 
at the junction (of) 
juncture 
at this juncture 

June See page 240 

junior (s) 
jurisdiction(s) 
juror (s) 
jury (ies) 
just (ly) 
have (has) just 
is it just (to) 
it is „ 

„ „ not just (to) 
just as 
most justly 
justice 
in justice (to) 
Justice of the Peace 
Lord Chief Justice 
justifiable (y) 
is it justifiable 
not „ 

justification 
in justification of 
this is no justification (of) (for) 
what can be said in justification (of) 
justify (ies) (ied) (ing) (in) 
not justified in 
quite justified in 
K 

Kaiser 
Eaiserin 
Kafflr(s) 
Kalgurli 
kaolin 
in the kaolin 
kaolin formation 
keen (ly) (ness) 
keep(s) (ing) (kept) (from) 
keep (ing) an eye on 

„ us (me) well posted up 
keep(s) (ing) (kept) down 

»» (»)(»,) open 

1. (•<)(„) strictly to terms of 
keg(s) (of) 

kept Set Keep 

key(s) 
Khedive 
kibble(s) 
kieselguhr 
kilderkin(s) (of) 
kiU(s) (ed) (ing) 
Chinese killed 
Kaffirs „ 
whites „ 
kilogrannne(s) (of) 
(at) per kilogramme 
kilometre(s) 
kilowatt(s) 
Eimberley 
kin 

next of kin 
kind (ness) (ly) 
of what kind 
King(s) (of) (ly) 
kmgdom(s) 
kip(s) 
Mte(s) 
Klerksdorp 
knock(s) (ed) (ing) (down) 



izphe 

izpiv 

izpox 

izpuz 

izpyb 

izrat 

izrev 

izrix 

izroz 

izrub 

izryc 

izsav 

izsex 

izsiz 

izsob 

izsuc 

izsyd 

iztax 

iztez 

iztib 

iztoc 

iztud 

iztyf 

izusy 

izuve 

izuxi 

izuzo 

izvaz 

izveb 

izvic 

izvod 

izvuf 

izvyg 

izwab 

izwec 

izwid 

izwof 

izwug 

izwyh 

ixycy 

izyda 

izyfe 

izygi 

izyho 

izzac 

izzed 

izzif 

izzog 

izzuh 

Lzzyj 

jaahm 

jaalp 

jaand 

jaarc 

jaasz 

jaath 

jaber 

jabis 

jabji 

jabko 

jablu 

jabmy 

jabna 

jabot 

jabpe 

jabuv 

jabyx 

jacar 

jaces 

jacit 

jacov 

jacri 

jacso 

jactu 

jacox 



know(s) (ing) (that) (ingly) (knew\ 
anxiously waiting to know (whether) 
do not know 

„ they (does he, she) know 
,, you knew 

„ „ ,, anything about 
if they (he, she) know 
,, you know 
know(s) everything 
„ nothing (of) 
„ there has been 
„ „ „ not been 

„ very little of 
let us (me) know immediately 
not so far as we (I) know 
„ to know 
should know 

„ like to know (about) 
,, not know 
to know 
what do they (does he, she) know (about) 

„ „ you know (about) 
will let you know as soon as possible 
would know 

„ not know 
you know 
knowledge 
no knowledge of 
not to our (my) knowledge 
to our knowledge 
„ their (his, her) knowledge 
„ your knowledge 
with our (my) knowledge 
„ their (his, her) knowledge 
„ your knowledge 
without our (my) knowledge 
„ their (his, her) knowledge 
„ your knowledge 
known (to) 

already known to them (him, her) 
1. » us (me) 

•> » yoa 

as far as known (to) 
it is well known (that) 
made known (to) 
make „ ( „ ) 
not „ („) 

„ as yet 
this is „ (to) 

„ not known (to) 
was (were) „ ( „ ) 

„ ( „ ) not known (to) 
well known (to) 
„ „ to them (him, her) 
„ „ „ us (me) 

„ „ „ you 
what is known (to) (of) 
kopeck(s) 
kreutzer(a) 
krone 
Eumasi 
L 

label(s) Ged) (ling) 
laboratory (ies) 
laborious (ly) 
labonr(s) (ed) (ing) (er(s)) 
Chinese labour 

exemption from labour conditions 
full labour complement employed 
great scarcity of labour 
have concentrated labour on 
increased labour force 
labour conditions 

„ market 

„ supply Labour(s) (ed) (ing) («"(*)) — cont. 



Jaovy— Jatim 



103 



jacvy 

jacwa 

jacyz 

jacze 

, ins 

jadbi 

jadco 

jaddu 

jadet 

jadfy 

jadga 

jadhe 

jadiv 

jadox 

jaduz 

jadyb 

jaebd 

jaelz 

jaenk 

jaerg 

jaest 

jafat 
jafev 
jafix 
jafjo 

jafku 

jafly 

jafma 

jafne 

jafoz 

jafpi 

jafub 

jafyc 

jagav 

jagex 

jagiz 

jagob 

jagro 

jagsu 

jagty 

jaguc 

jagyd 

jahax 

jahez 

jahfa 

jahib 

jahoc 

jahud 

jahyf 

jaids 

jaigh 

jaint 

jair) 

jajaz 

jajeb 

jajic 

jajky 

jajla 

jajme 

jajni 

jajod 

jajpo 

jajuf 

jajyg 

jakab 

jakec 

jakid 

jakof 

jakru 

jaksy 

jakta 

jaku|r ^ 

iakve 



labour troubles Laboup(s) (ed) (ing) (er(s)) — cent. 

money required to carry on legal labour conditions 

native labour 

on account of labour 

owing to shortage of labour 

purchasers to provide for labour conditions 

ii n H .1 and work- 

reduced labour force [ing expenses 

scarcity of labour 

skilled labour 

to comply with labour conditions 

„ „ „ at our own expense 

>> ii •> i> it it I 

unskilled labour [but may get exemption) 

what is the state of ( — ) labour 

white labour 

Witwatersrand Native Labour Association 

how many native labourers are there at work 
„ „ white „ „ 

„ „ Chinese „ „ „ „ 

lac(s) (of) 

lacerate(8) (d) (ing) See Tear 

ladder(s) 
„ ways 

lady (ies) 

ladies and gentlemen 

laid See Lay 

lamented 

greatly lamented 

land(s) (ed) (ing) (in) 

crown land(s) 

freehold land 

in the land 

land grant 

Land League 

leasehold land 

valuable land 

landed at 
„ interest 

to be landed 

when was it landed 

where „ „ 

landslip(s) 

landtag 

language(a) 

languid (ly) 

lapse(s) (d) (ing) 

large 

as large as 

at „ 

how large 

if large 

„ not large 

•• very „ 

not large 
„ too large 

too large 

very „ 

largely 

larger (than) 

not larger (than) 

largest 

„ possible 

last(s) (ed) (ing) 

as the last 

at last 

„ the last 

for „ „ 

how long will it last 

the last is 

what is the last 

lastly 

and lastly 

bnt „ 



akwi 
akyh 
akzo 
alac 
albu 
alcy 
alda 
aled 
alfe 
algi 
alho 
alif 
alog 
aluh 
alyj 
amad 
amef 
amig 
amjy 
amka 
amle 
ammi 
amoh 
ampu 
amuj 
amyk 
anaf 
aneg 
anih 
anoj 
anry 
ansa 
ante 
anuk 
anvi 
anxo 
anyl 
anzu 
japag 
japby 
japca 
japde 
japeh 
japfi 
apgo 
aphu 
apij 
apok 
apul 
apym 
arja 
arke 
armo 
arnu 
arol 
arpy 
aryn 
asaj 
asek 
asil 
asom 
asra 
asse 
asti 
asun 
asvo 
aswu 
asyp 
aszy 
atak 
atce 
atel 
atfo 
athy 
..•-aim 



late 

as late as possible 
before it is too late 
how late 

if wo* too late (to) 
„ too late (to) 
is it too late (to) 
not late 
„ so late (as) 
„ too late (to) 
of late 
too late (to) 
very „ („) 
will be too late (to) 

„ it be too late (to) 
lately 
not lately 
till „ 
very lately 
later (than) 

can you give us (me) later 
cannot give you later (than) 
later if possible 
ii in 
„ on 
not later (than) 
latest 
at latest 

the very latest fthat) 
what is the latest (that) 
latitude(s) 
latter 
of the latter 
the latter 

laugh(s) (ed) (ing) (ter) 
Launceston 
launch (es) (ed) (ing) 
launders 
lava 

law(s) (of) See also Court 

according to law 
civil law 
contrary to law 
maritime law 
mercantile law 
required by „ 
lawful (ly) 
lawless fly) (ness) 

lawsuit(s) See also Legal Proceedings 

avoid a lawsuit if possible 

do not expose yourself to any lawsuit in the matter 
has (have) abandoned the lawsuit 
ti ( » ) commenced a lawsuit against us (me) 
„ ( „ ) lost lawsuit 
threaten(s) us (me) with a lawsuit 
what is the result of lawsuit 
lawyer(s) 

acting under our lawyers' advice 
consult lawyers 
consulted „ 

have you consulted lawyers 
instruct your lawyers 
lawyers advise 

„ do not advise 

„ for the new company 

.. .. old 

„ ,, purchasers 

„ ,, vendors 

„ wbo will approve of the Memorandum and '.rtlcle? of Assod- 
must be submitted to lawyers [ation 

our (my) lawyer(s) 

recommend employing other lawyer? 
their (his, her) lawyer(s) 
what does your lawyer advise 
your lawyer(s) 



104 Jaton - Jemdi 

ABABY — This cipher u for use only when it is desired to complete a code word of i 



Sec also Ore, Returns 



lay(s) (ing) (laid) (up) 

„ („)(„) before 

„ („)(„) dowa 
lead(s) (ing) aed) 
argentiferous lead 
carbonate of „ 

„ „ „ and gal 
dressed lead ore 
in lead 

lead formation 
» ore 
oxide of lead 
tons of lead 

J'ielding ( — ) tons of lead 
eader(s) 

course of leader (is) 
cut heavy mineral leader 
identical with the ( — ) leader 
intersected a number of leaders 
leader carrying 

„ dipping 

„ has an underlay of 

„ „ become 

ii n fot 
leader(s) are (is) connected with 

„ carrying gold which may lead on to ore bodies 
main reef leader 
struck leader 

,, rich leader 
what is value of leader 

,, leader is it 
leakage(s) 
learn(s) (ed) (ing) 

lease(s) (of) (ed) (ing) See also Transfer 

application for a mining ifase 

„ , 5 granted 

applied for lease 

apply „ „ [lease 

applying for consolidation of all the leases into one 
conditions of lease 
each lease 
give notice to renew lease 

„ „ terminate lease 

has (have) lease (s) been issued 
have lease(s) issued 

„ „ ,, immediately 

„ secured the ground and applied for new lease (which will) 
„ secured the right to take up lease [ground 

n >• „ » •> , applying for 

„ taken up lease of 
hold(s) in escrow leases and transfers 
„ „ „ „ executed by Tendon's) 

„ leases and transfers 

„ „ „ executed by the vendors 

lease(s) and transfers will be 

„ „ „ „ lodged in escrow with 

„ are numbered 

„ containing in all ( — ) acres 

,, „ „ ( — ) „ * and numbered 

„ issued 

„ will be issued about 

„ „ issue in due course 

„ „ no doubt be issued in due course 
long lease 
mineral lease 
new lease 
„ „ east of 
„ „ north-east of 
»i »» »» 01 
» n •» -west of 
„ „ south-east of 
n m »> of 

H n .. -west of 
„ „ west of 
on lease Lease(s) {d) {ing) — cent, 



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eehm 

eelp 

eend 

eerc 

eesz 

eeth 

efak 

cfey 

efel 

efho 

efim 

efon 

efup 

egal 

egem 

egin 

egju 

egky 

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egur 

eham 

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ehip 

ehor 

ehru 

ehsy 

ehta 

elms 

ehve 

ehxi 

ehzc 

jeibd 

jeilz 

jeink 

jeirg 

jeist 

jejan 

Jejby 

jejea 

jejde 

jejep 

jejfi 

jejgo 

jejhu 

jejir 

jejos 

jejut 

jekap 

jeker 

jekis 

jekjy 

jekka 
jekle 
jekmi 
jekno 
jekot 
jekpu 
jekuv 
jekyx 

jelar 

jcles 

jelit 

jelov 

jelry 

jelsa 

jelte 

jelox 

jelvi 

jebro 

jelru 

jemas 

jemba 

jemdi 



one lease containing (— 
registered No. of lease 



It has no meaning. See Preface. 
Lease(s) (d) (ing) — cont. 
) acres and No. 

i(are) 
„ „ „ unknown, the name(s) is 

renewal of lease 
short lease 
sub- „ (s) 
surrendering present lease 
taking up a new lease 

„ „ „ for fresh term of ( — ) years 

n >. „ ii ,. 15 years 

„ another lease of greater area 
>t 11 11 lesser „ 

terms of lease 
the instrument of lease 

„ „ „ not yet issued 

transfer of the application and undertaking to lodge 
undertaking to lodge the lease [the lease 

„ „ „ when Issued 

„ „ „ „ ha^ been lodged In 

until lease(s) has (have) been issued [escrow 

we hold lease(s) 

„ „ and transfers executed by vendor(s) 

what are the conditions of the lease 

„ is length of the lease 
when does lease expire 

„ lease (s) has (have) been issued 
„ will lease(s) be issued 
year's lease 
leased to 

leasehold(s) (er(s)) 
least 
at least 

by far the least 
for at least 
the least (that) 
„ very least (that) 
leave(s) (ing) (by) 
before you leave 
cannot leave (till) 
get leave of 

leave as soon as possible. 
„ immediately 
„ it alone 
„ off 
„ out 
let us (mc) know when you (lie) leave(s) 
must leave 

obtain „ from (the) 
should „ at latest on 
take leave to 
will leave 
,, not leave 
,, probably leave 
intends leaving 

of absence See also Absence 

application for leave of absence assented to 
asks for leave of absence for 
leave of absence refused 
must postpone leave of absence 
on leave of absence 

led See Lead 

ledge's) See also Reef 

left (by) 
already left 
has the (— ) left 
left at 
„ „ once 
11 for 
,1 on 
„ to 
not left yet 
leg(s) 
shear legs 
legacy (las) 
legal I Legal Qy\—eoni. 



Jemet -Jifan 



106 



is it legal Legal (ly)— cont. 

it is „ 

„ ,, not legal 

legal proceedings See also Lawsuit 

commence legal proceedings 

compelled to take legal proceedings 

do not take legal proceedings 

have not taken legal proceedings 

shall we (I) take legal proceedings 

legaliss(s) (d) (ing) (by) 

legality (of) 

legatee(s) 

residuary legatee(s) 

legible (ility) 

legislate(s) (d) (ing) 

legislation(s) 

legislative See also Assembly, Council 

legislator(s) 

legislature 

Colonial Legislature 

legitimate (ly) 

if legitimate 

„ not legitimate 

is it legitimate 

not „ 

leisure (ly) 

at leisure 

lend(s) (ing) (lent) (to) (lender(s)i 

lend on 

to lend 

length(s) (en) 

at great length 

„ greater length 

„ length 

length and breadth 

„ of (this) (— ) is 
what is the length 

leniency So? Forbearance 

lenient (ly) 

lent Set. Lend 

lenticular 
less (than) 
for less (than) 

„ no less (than) 
how much less (than) 
if less (than) 
,, much less (than) 
,, not less (than) 
„ „ much less (than) 
less and less 
little less (than) 
much „ ( „ ) 
no less (than) 
not less (than) 

,, much less (than) 
take(s) (n) (ing) less (than) 
the less 

very much less (than) 
lessee(s) 

lessen See Abate, Decrease, Diminish, Reduce 

lesser (than) 
the lesser 
lessor(s) 
lest 
let(s) (ting) (off) 

let them (him, her, it) 

„ us (me) 

,, you 
letter(s) 

acknowledge receipt of letter No. ( — ) (or ( — ) date) 
advise by letter 
advised „ 

after receipt of your letter No. ( — ) (or ( — ) date) 
approve or your letter No. ( — ) (or ( — ) date) 
await arrival of letter No. (-— ) (or ( — ) date) 

L«tUr{t)— <ont, 



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jevuh 

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jexmy 

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jiden 

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jidse 

jidti 

jidus 

jidvo 

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\idzy 

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jifan 



await letter giving details Letters) — cont. 

„ your letter 

„ „ „ before acting 
before receipt of your letter No. ( — ) (or ( — ) date) 
by letter 

„ registered letter 

cancel our (my) letter No. ( — ) (or (— ) date) 
conditions as per „ „ ( — ) ( „ (— ) „ ) 
confidential letter 
confirm by „ 

consider our (my) letter No. ( — ) (or (— •) date) 
contents of letter were important [regarding 

„ „ „ unimportant 

disapf rove your letter No. ( — ) (or ( — ) date) 
do not act upon our (my) letter No. ( — ) (or ( — ) date) 
„ „ quite understand your letter No. ( — )(or( — )date) 
„ you agree to our (my) letter No. ( — ) (or ( — ) date) 
enclosure(s) referred to in your letter No. ( — ) (or ( — ) 
explain at once by letter [date) omitted 

have received your letter No. ( — ) (or ( — ) date) 
in confirmation of our (my) letter No. ( — ) (or ( — )date) 
„ „ „ your letter No. ( — ) (or ( — ) date) 

„ connection »Ith this matter refertoouT(my) letter Ho. (— ) (or(— )date) 
h » t, » your letter No. (— ) (or (— ) „ ) 

„ our (my) letter No. ( — ) (or ( — ) date) 
„ reply to Inquiry Id your latter Ho. (— ) (or (— ) date), answer Is " No " 

t» i» »» n n V"~) (i» v~"7 »t /» »# HI 

„ your last letter 

„ „ letter No. (— ) (or (— ) date) 

last letter we (I) received from you is dated (or nam- 



letter(s) detained 

„ forwarded 

„ from 

„ No. (— ) (or (— ) date) 

» to 

„ was posted in usual course 
missing letter(s) 

no letter has arrived from you by this mail 
of our (my) letter 
„ their (his, her) letter 
„ your letter 

omitted to enclose in our (my) letter 
our (my) letter No. ( — ) (or ( — ) date) 
private letter 
refer(ring) to letter from 
si » .. to 

N our (my) letter No. (— ) (or 



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your 



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Jifbe— Jixah 



Letter(s)— .- >:t. 

12 

'3 

M 

15 
(-) 
-) (or (— ) date) 



refer(riflg) to your letter No. (— ) (or (— ) date) 
„ „ „ (-) („ (-) .. ) 

(-) (., (-) .. ) 

„ ., „ (-) G, (-) .. ) 

„ „ „ (-) („ (-) M ) 

referred to in our (my) letter No. (- 

„ „ your letter No. ( — ) (or ( — ) date^ 

registered letter 
reply by letter 

„ to our (my) letter No. ( — ) (or ( — ) date) by 
since last letter [telegram 

„ the date of our (my) letter 

11 » » your letter 

their (his, her) letter No. (— ) (or (— ) date) 
there is missing from your letter No. ( — ) (or ( — ) date) 
this is in answer to „ „ ( — ) ( „ ( — ) „ ) 

upon receipt of letter(s) No. ( — ) (or ( — ) date) 
what was the date of your last letter [date) 

why do you not reply to Inquiry In our (my) letter No. (— ) (or (— ) 
will answer your letter No. ( — ) (or ( — ) date) shortly 

„ explain by letter 
your letter(s) No. ( — ) (or ( — ) date) 
letters of administration 
letiter(s) of application 
letter(s) of credit 
letter(s) of guarantee 
letter(s) of hypothecation 
general letter of hypothecation 
must secure a letter of hypothecation 
lecter(s) of indemnity 
letter(s) of indication 

letter (s) of introduction (to) [( — ) dated 

cancel our (my) letter of introduction in favour of 
letter(s) of lien See also Lien 

letter(s) of renunciation 

level(s) See also Drive, Water 

above No. ( — ) level 

„ the level 

„ this „ 
along the „ 

appearance of ore-body in this level 
at the deep level 
„ „ highest level 
„ „ intermediate level 
ii 11 level 
„ „ lowest level 
„ this level 
below No. ( — ) level 

„ the level 

11 this „ 
connecting the (this) level (with) 
depth of level is 
drive level (s) (to) 

„ levels at every ( — ) feet 
driving level 
east level 

„ „ extended (— ) feet, total (— ) feet 

„ of level 
face of the level 
feet level 

150 feet level 

200 „ „ 

250 .. * 

300 „ „ 

35o ,, .. 

400 „ 

45o „ „ 

5oo „ „ 

55o „ .. 

600 „ „ 

65° »» •» 

700 „ .- 

75° »> > 
800 „ „ 
850 „ „ Level(s) — cont. 



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jinly 

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jinod 

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ji°yg 

jiolz 
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jiost 
jipab 
jipec 
jipid 
jipof 
jipro 
jipsu 

jipty 

J«P"g 
jipva 
jipwe 

jipyfa 

jipzi 
jirac 
jirbu 

jirda 

tired 

jirfe 

jirgi 
jirif 
jirog 
jirun 

j'ryj 

jisad 

jisef 

jisig 

jisla 

jisme 

jisoh 

jispo 

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jixah 



900 feet level LevolfeW 

950 „ „ 
1,000 „ „ 
1,050 . „ 
1,100 „ „ 
1.150 „ » 
1,200 „ „ 
1,250 „ „ 
1,300 „ » 
i,35o „ „ 
Ii4°° •» m 
1,45° »» »• 
i,5oo „ „ 
floor of the level 
from the (this) level 

„ which level 
further levels 
high level 
highest level 
in the bottom of the level 

„ intermediate level(s) 

„ lower level(s) 

„ upper „ 

„ No. ( — ) level 

„ (— ) feet „ 
intermediate level 
is the ( — ) level 
level being started 

„ does not show 

„ east and west 
/ „ has been driven ( — ) feet, a total of ( — ) feet, 
•1 average width of reef ( — ) inches. Average value 
I of assays ( — ) per ton 
level is 

„ north and south 

„ passing through 

„ should be 

„ shows 

„ will reach boundary in ( — ) feet 
low level (s) 
lower level (s) 

„ „ and stopes 
lowest „ 

no work being done in this (the) level 
north level 

„ „ extended ( — ) feet, total ( — ) feet 

„ of level 
opening up further levels 

„ „ level 
owing to level 
propose driving a level 
south level 

„ „ extended ( — ) feet, total ( — ) feet 

„ of level [level 

started to sink a winze in the bottom of the (this) 
stop work on the (this) level 
stopped work on the (this) level 
struck body of ore in the (this) level 
to the (this) level 
„ connect the (this) level with 
upper level(s) 

„ „ and stopes 

was extracted from ( — ) level 
west level 

„ „ extended ( — ) feet, total ( — ) feet 

„ of level 
what is the length of the (this) level 

„ progress is being made in the (this) level 

„ work is being done in the (this) level 
will drive a level 
No. (— ) level 



Levtl($) — t/ont. 







Ji*Jy- 


-Joond 


No. 5 level 




Level(s) — cont. 


jogco 


„ 6 „ 






jogdu 


„ 7 .. 






joged 


„ 8 „ 






jogfy 


» 9 » 






jogga 


» io „ 






jogog 


„ ii » 






jogyj 


» 12 ,, 






johef 


., 13 M 






johig 


» 14 H 






johji 


,, 15 .» 






johko 


II 16 „ 






johlu 


,. 17 » 






johmy 


., 18 „ 






johna 


I, 19 » 






johoh 


„ 20 „ 






johpe 


„ ( — ) level, ( — ) lode ( — ) feet east of cross-cut 


johyk 


„ (— ) „ (-) „ (-) n 


north of „ 


joigt 


„ (-) „ (-) m <— > „ 


south „ „ 


joila 


„ (— ) „ (— ) „ (— ) „ 


west 


•« « 


joims 


„ (— ) „ north 






joirz 


11 (— ) 11 south 






jojaf • 


11 ( — ) 11 east 






jojeg 


11 ( — ) n west 






jojih 


levy (ied) (ing) 






jojoj 


li 






Jojro 


liability (ies) 






jojsu 


actual liabilities 






jojty 


all liabilities 






jojva 


direct liability (ies) 






jojyl 


Employers' Liability Act 






jojzi 


indirect liability (ies) 






jokag 


liabilities large 






jokbo 


„ small 






jokcu 


limited liability 






jokdy 


local liability (ies) 






jokeh 


no further liability (ies) 






jokfa 


„ liability (ies) 






jokge 


our (my) liability (ies) 






.Juki 


„ liabilities at close of month ending ( — ) were 


jokij 


outside liabilities 






jokok 


secured „ 






jokym 


statement of liabilities 






Jolah 


their (his, her) „ 






jolik 


there is (are) no liability (ies) 






joljo 


total liabilities 






jolku 


„ „ ( — ) and assets 






Jolma 


unlimited liability 






jolne 


unsecured liabilities 






jolol 


what is (are) the liability (ies) 






jolpi 


„ our (my) „ 






jolyn 


„ your liability 

liable (for) 






jomaj 






jomek 


cannot be held liable (for) 






jomi! 


for what amount liable 






jomom 


have made ourselves liable (for) 




jomru 


„ not made ourselves liable 


(for) 




jomsy 


hold liable (for) 






jomta 


liable to 






jomve 


must be held liable (for) 






Jomwi 


who is liable (for) 






jomyp 


lias 






jomzo 


libel(s) (led) (ling) 






jonak 


libellous 






jonbu 


liberal ay) (ity) 






Joncy 


liberate(s) (d) (ing) See Deliver, 


Discharge, Free 


jonda 


liberty 






jonel 


with liberty (to) 






jongi 


without liberty (to) 






Jonho 


license(s) (d) (ing) 






jonim 


claim iicense(s) 






JO :ou 


Government license(s) 






jonyr 


license granted 






joohm 


„ not granted 






joolp 


miner's license Li 


cense (s 


) (d) (ing)— ami. 


joond 



prospector's license 

stand license 

licensee(s) 

lie(s) 

lien (on) 

absolute lien 

equitable „ 

first lien 

general lien 

have no „ whatever 

hold(s) a lien on 

holding lien on 

lien released 

must have a lien 

no lien given 

prior lien 

second lien 

take a general lien over 

taken a „ „ „ 

under lien 

(in) lieu of 

Lieutenant 

Lord Lieutenant 

life (ves) 

a new lease of life 

lifeless fly) 

lift(s) (ed) (ing) 

draw lift 

light(s) (ed) (ing) 

lighten (ed) 

lighter(s) 

lighterage 

lighterman (men) 

lightly 

lightning 

like (to) 

if they (he, she) do not like (to) 

„ „ ( „ ) like (to) 

„ we (I) do not like (to) 

„ „ („) like (to) 

„ you do not like (to) 

„ „ like (to) 

they (he, she) do not like (to) 

„ ( „ ) like(s) (to) 
we (I) do not like (to) 
„ („)like(to) 
you do not like (to) 

„ like (to) 
likelihood (of) 
if there is any likelihood of 
there is no likelihood of 
think there is some likelihood of 
likely (to) 
and likely 
are they (is he, she) likely (to) 

„ „ ( „ „ ) not likely to 

„ you likely (to) 

„ „ not likely to 
as likely as not 
do not think it likely 
if likely (to) 
,, not likely (to) 

„ they are (he, she, it is) likely to 
„ „ ( „ „ ) not likely to 

„ you are likely to 
„ „ not likely to 
is it likely (that) 
it is „ ( „ > 

„ not likely (that) 
less likely 
more „ 
most „ 
not „ (to) 
think it likely (that) 
very likely (tf) 



107 



Llcen8e(8) (d) (ing)— cont 



Jooro — Juirt X 
This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code word of 10 letters. 



108 

ABABY 

likewise 
limestone 

in limestone 
limit(s) (of) 
about limit 
above limit 
at highest limit 
„ last limit 
„ lowest limit 
„ our (my) limit 
„ their (his, her) limit 
„ what limit 
„ your „ 
below limit 
best „ 
considerably above limit 

„ below „ 

do not fix any limit 
„ „ on any account exceed limit 
exceeded limit 
extreme „ 
higher limit (3) 
highest „ 
how much above limit 

„ „ below „ 
if limit is impracticable 
keep within limit 
last limit(s) 

limit has not been exceeded 
impracticable 
too high (by) 
„ „ low („) 
lowest limit(s) 
maximum limit 
may exceed limit if absolutely necessary 

„ limit be exceeded 
minimum limit 
no limit (s) 
not to limit 

our (my) limit(s) (is, are) 
raise limit(s) 
reduce limit 
slightly above limit 

„ below „ 
their (his, her) iirnit(s) (is, are) 
there must be some limit assigned 
to limit 

what is the limit 
why has limit been exceeded 
within limit 
without „ 

your limit(s) (is, are) 
limitation(s) (of) 
limited (ing.) (to) 
not limited 
limitless 
line(s) 
a line of 
associated lines 
conference „ 
in a line with 
on lines suggested 
linger(s) (ed) (Lag) 
liquidate(s) (d) (ing) 
liquidation(s) (of) 
how is liquidation likely to prove 
in liquidation 
liquidation proceeding satisfactorily 

„ n unsatisfactorily 

will go into liquidation 
„ not go into liquidation 
liquidator(s) 
appointed liquidator 
official liquidator^) 
who is (are) the liquidator(s) 



See Also 



See Unlimited 



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jucaz 

jucbi 

jucco 

jucdu 

juceb 

jucfy 

jucga 

juche 

^ucic 

jucod 

jucuf 

jucyg 

judab 

judec 

judid 

judji 

judko 

judlu 

judmy 

judna 

judof 

judpe 

judug 

judyn 

jufac 

jufed 

ju6f 

jufog 

jufro 

jufsu 

jufty 

jufuh 

jufva 

jufwe 

J«fyj 

jufzi 

jugad 

jugbo 

jugcu 

jugef 

jugfa 

jugge 

jughi 

jug'g 
jugoh 

juguj 

jugyfe 

juhaf 

juheg 

juhih 

juhma 

juhne 

juboj 

juhpi 

juhuk 

juhyl 

juilk 

juirt 



Ft has no meaning. 



lire 

in lire 

lire ( — ) centesitni 
». 25 

»t 50 » 

.. 75 

list(s) (ed) (ing/ 

Civil List 

list of 

listen (ed) (ing) (to) 

listless (ly) 

literal (ly) 

lithe fracteur 

lithograph(s) (ed) (ing) 

litigation 

litre(s) (of) 

little 

as little as 

have (has) little 

how little 

if little 

„ not little 

„ too „ 

not a M 
11 too „ 

so little 

there is little 

too little 

very „ 

live(s) (d) (ing) 

to live 

lively 

Liverpool 

load(s) (of) (ed) (ing) 

(at) per load 

( „ ) „ 100 loads 

how many loads (of) 

loads blue ground hauled 
1, of reef hauled 
„ washed 

„ yellow ground hauled 
„ yielded ( — ) carats 
loan(s) (of) 
about to issue loan 
amount of the „ (is) 
issue of the loan 
loan advertised 

„ for 

11 has been closed 

„ successful 

„ to 

„ „ be floated not later than 

„ „ „ issued in 

„ unsuccessful 

„ was issued at 

„ will be deferred 

„ „ probably be issued 
may not subscribe to the new loan 
„ subscribe to the new loan 

„ we (I) subscribe to the new loan 
minimum price (offer) for the loan 
new loan 
short loan(s) 

total amount of loan tendered for 
when is loan to be issued 
loanable 
loaned (ing) 
local (ly) 

lock(s) (ed) (ing) (up) 
lock out 
locomotive(s) 
locum-tenens 
locus standi 
Loddon Valley 
lode's) 



Seo Prefaoo. 
Set also Cents 



See also Reef 



Juisd — Jyboh 



109 



lodge(s) (d) (ing) (with) 

logical ay) 

London See also Office j 

for London 

from „ 

in „ 

to 

long (ing) 

as long (as) 

„ as possible 

„ „ they (he, she, it/ 

„ „ we (I) 

n t, you 

before long 
how long 

„ is it since 
if long 
„ not long 

it (they) will not take long 
long ago 

„ before 
must not be so long 
not as long (as) 

» long 

n » ago 

„ so long 

„ to be long 
so long as 
too „ 

longer (than) 
about ( — ) longer 
how much „ 
longer than necessary 
much longer 
no longer (than) 

,, „ than necessary 
not „ (than) 

„ much longer (than) 
the longer 
longest 

look(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 
it looks 

„ as if 
look after 
i, into 

„ „ the matter immediately 
„ well after 
looking into 
loose (n) 
lord(s) 

House of Lords 
Lords and Commons 
my lord(s) and gentlemen 

„ „ , ladies and gentlemen 
lose(s) (ing) 
are likely to lose by 
do not lose (by it) 
how much shall we (I) lose 

„ will you lose 

otherwise we (I) lose 
we (I) shall lose about 
loss (S3) (on) 
actual loss 
against total loss 
and loss(es) 

anticipate little if any ioss 
„ loss 
„ no loss 
(at) a great loss 
(„)„ loss 
( ,, ) „ slight loss 

at what do you estimate loss by thb 
do you anticipate any loss (by) 
estimate(s) of half-yearly loss 
estimated loss is Loss («) — cont. 



urti 
urut 
urvo 
urxu 
urzy 
usap 
usba 
usdi 
user 
usgu 
usis 
usot 
usuv 
usyx 
utar 
utes 
utja 
utke 
utli 
utmo 
utnu 
utpy 
iutux 
jutyz 
juuhm 
juulp 
juund 
juurc 
juusz 
uuth 
uviv 
uvox 
^uvsi 
juvto 
juvuz 
juwu 
juvwy 
juvyb 
pvza 
juxat 
juxbe 
juxci 
juxdo 
juxev 
juxfu 

juxgy 
juxha 
juxix 
juxoz 
juxub 
juxyc 
juybd 
juylz 
juynk 

juyrg 

juyst 

ju : x 

.juziz 

^uzje 

juzki 

juzlo 

juzmu 

^uzny 

JUZOD 

juzpa 
juzuc 
juzyd 
jyank 

jyarg 
jyast 

jybad 
jybef 

jyhig 

jyboh 



even at a loss Loss (es)— cont. 

heavy loss 

if it leaves a loss 

„ „ no loss 

in case of loss 

is any loss likely 

loss by 

„ for half-year (is) 

» of 
net loss 
no loss 

otherwise there will be a serious loss 
partial loss 
probable loss 

provided you can do so at a losa of not more than 
secured against loss 
small loss 
total loss 
what is the estimated loss 

,, „ loss 
will probably be a loss 
with loss 
without loss 
lost 
all lost 
reported lost 
lot(s) 
entire lot 
large lot(s) 
small „ 
low 

appear(s) too low 
expected to go very low 
how low 
if low 
„ not low 
„ „ too low 
,, too low 
low enough 
much too low 
must be low 
not low 

„ „ enough 

„ so low as 
rather low 
too low 
very low 

lower(s) (than) (ed) (ing) 
a little lower (than) 
closes „ 

do not think it (they) will go any lower 
likely to go lower 
may go lower 
much lower (than) 
must go lower 
no lower (than) 
not likely to go lower (than) 

„ lower (than) 

„ much lower (than) 
opens (opened) lower 
or at ( — ) lower 
rather lower (than) 
still » 

think it (they) will go lower 
will it (they) go lower 
lowest 
the lowest 
what is the lowest 
loyal (ly) 
Inbricator(s) 
lucid Gy) (ity) 
ludicrous 0y) 
luggage 
lull(s) 
lumber (ing.i 



Su Clear, Distinct, Intelligible 



110 



Jybra — Jypox 



See Clear, Distinct, Intelligible 



See also Engine 



luminous 

lump(s) 

lurch 

leave (left) in the lurch 

luxury (ies) 

lyddite 

Lydenburg 

lying 

M 

maohine(s) 

blasting machine(s) 

dredging „ 

drilling „ 

dynamo electric machine(s) 

hoisting machine(s) 

machine men 

winding machine(s) 

machinery 

accident to machinery 

all the machinery 

alterations to the machinery 

better machinery 

breakdown of machinery 

cost of erecting machinery 

„ machinery 
exclusive of machinery 
following portion of machinery 
for machinery 
hauling machinery 

„ „ and pumping engine 

how long will repairs to machinery take 
inclusive of cost of machinery 

„ machinery 

machinery and plant 

broken down 
damaged 
has 
„ not 

in bad order 
„ fair „ 
» good „ 
is 

„ nearly new 
„ new 
„ not 
„ old 

not damaged 
„ working well 
specifications 
started 
will be 

„ not be 
working well 
more powerful machinery 
new machinery 
no „ 

old „ 

part of the machinery 
pumping machinery 
recommend increase of machinery 
repairs to machinery 
rock boring machinery 
secured machinery for 

„ „ „ ( — ) interest in 

telegraph cause of breakdown of machinery 
to machinery 

trial run of new machinery will be made next month 
what alterations are required to machinery 
„ is condition of the machinery 
„ ,, the value ,, „ 

„ repairs are required to machinery 
„ will machinery 
when „ „ 

working machinery 
raachinist(s) 



jyirp 

jyisc 

jyizt 

jyjal 

jyjem 

jyjin 

jyjop 

jyj" 

jyjso 

jyjtu 
jyjur 

jyjvy 

jyjwa 

jyjys 

jyjze 

jykam 

jykbi 

jykco 

jykdu 

jyken 

jy kf y 

jykga 
jykhe 
jykip 
jykor 
jykus 
jykyt 
jylep 
jylir 

jyiji 

jylko 

jyllu 

jylmy 

jylna 

jylos 

jylut 

jylyv 

jymap 

^yrner 

jymis 

jymot 

jymro 

jymsu 

jymty 

jymuv 

jymva 

jymwe 

jymyx 

jymzi 

jynar 

jynbo 

jyncu 

jyndy 

jynes 

jynfa 

jynge 

jynhi 

jynit 

jynov 

jynux 

^ynyz 

^yofs 

jyolk 

jyort 

jyosd 

jypas 

^ypet 

jypiv 

jypjo 

jypku 

jyply 

jypma 

jypne r 

jypox 



madam 
made (by) 
be made 

have they (has he, she, it) made 
„ we (I) made 

,, you made 
it made 
made abroad 
„ at 
■i for 
„ in 

„ „ Great Britain 
„ up (at) 
not made 

they (he, she) made 
was made 
we (I) made 
which „ 
you 

Madras 
magazine(s) 
magistrate(s) 
magnate(s) 
magnesium 
magnificent (ly) 
magnify (ies) (ied) (ing) 
magnitude 
mail(s) 
await arrival of mail 

„ departure of mail 
by last mail 

„ mail (of) 

„ next mail 

„ this „ 
last mail 
next „ 
this „ 

too late for mail 
will send by next mail 
main 
mainly 

maintain(s) (ed) (ing) 
maintainable 
majesty 
Her Majesty 
His Majesty 
majority (of) 
by a majority 
in a „ 
large „ 
not in a majority 
small majority 
make(s) (ing) (of) 
able to make 
can make 

„ they (he, she, it) make 

,, we (I) make 

,, you make 
cannot make 
do not „ 

it does (they do) not make 
,, (they) make(s) 
make(s) out 
„ over 
» up 
not to make 
shall (will) make 
to make 
which makes 
whose make is it 
will make 

„ not make 
maker(s) 
mala fides 
malaria (1) 



See Chiefly 



Jyppi— Kahfo 



111 



malicious 

malleable 

man (men) 

good man (men) 

some „ ( „ ) 

what „ ( „ ) 

manage(s) (d) (ing) (to) 

must manage so as to 

badly managed 

carelessly managed 

managed by 

well managed 

management (of) 

are dissatisfied with management 

„ satisfied with management 
owing to bad management 
under judicious „ 
willing to take general management 
manager(fl) (of) See oho Certificate 

acting manager 
appoint „ 
appointed manager 
assistant „ 

mo yon recommend general manager for (— ), salary (— ) per annum, 



for the manager 
from the manager 
general manager(s) 
joint „ 

local „ (at) 

of the „ 

refer it to the manager 
to the manager 
who is the manager 
will the manager 
mandate(s) (to) 
manhauling 

manifest(s) (ed) (ing) ay) 
as per manifest 
manifold 

manipulate(s) (d) (ing) 
manipulation 
manner 

(and) in a similar manner 
( M ) M like manner 
in a manner 
(in) such a manner 
( „ ) that manner 
(„) the same manner 
(„) this manner 
( „ ) what „ 
manner in which 
mancenvre(s) 
manslaughter 
manufactory (ies) 
manufacture (s) (d) (ing) 
manufacturer(s) 
manuscript(s) 
many (of) 
are there many 
as many 
>. n as 

„ „ possible 
„ „ more 
from as many 

„ many 
great „ 
how „ 
if 

„ not „ 
„ „ too many 
„ too many 
in many 
many more (than) 

„ of these 

„ N those 



[for (— ) years, to take charge on 



See Numerous, Various 



Many — cont. 



kaaln 

kaams 

kaarz 

kabat 

kabev 

kabix 

kabjy 

kabka 

kable 

kabmi 

kabno 

kaboz 

kabpu 

kabub 

kabyc 

kacav 

kacex 

kacLc 

kacob 

kacry 

kacsa 

kacte 

kacuc 

kacvi 

kacwo 

kacyd 

kaczu 

kadax 

kadby 

kadca 

kadde 

kadez 

kadgo 

kadhu 

kadib 

kadoc 

kadud 

kadyf 

kaehm 

kaelp 

kaend 

kaerc 

kaesz 

kaeth 

kafaz 

kafeb 

kafic 

kafja 

kafke 

kafli 

kafmo 

kafnu 

kafod 

kafpy 

kafuf 

kafyg 

kagab 

kagec 

kagid 

kagof 

kagra 

kagse 

kagti 

kagug 

kagvo 

kagwa 

kagyh 

kagzy 

kahac 

kahba 

kahce 

kahdi 

kahed 

kahfo 



not as many (as) Many — cont. 

„ many 
„ too many 
to many 
too „ 
very many 

map(s) (pad) (ping) 
marble 

March See page 240 

margin(s) (of) 
fair margin 
further margin 
good margin 
is margin sufficient 
keep up the margin 
large margin 

must have additional margin (of) 
no margin 
on what margin 
require a „ (of) 
small margin 
sufficient margin 
usual margin 
what „ >s required 
with „ (of) 
without „ 
marginal 
marine 

mark(s) (ed) (ing) (with) See also Reichsmark 
mark with country of origin 
not up to the mark 
up to the mark 
what is the mark 
market(s) 
do you think market is likely to get worse 

„ „ » t. improve 

in the market 
London market 
market excited 

„ active 

„ very active 

„ rather more active 

„ less active 

„ improving 

„ strong 

„ rather stronger 

„ tendency upwards 

„ firmer 

„ „ but not actually higher 

„ much firmer 

„ rather „ 

„ firm 

„ „ tendency upward 

„ „ but not quotably higher 

m »> » quiet 

„ very firm 

„ less „ 

„ steady 

„ „ but quiet 

„ steadier 

„ good 

,, better 

„ rather better 

„ uncertain 

„ shaky 

„ unsettled 

„ nominal 
unchanged 

„ qniet 

„ „ no change in prices 

„ „ tendency downwards 

» m » upwards 

„ very quiet 
quieter 



dull 



Marhet(s) — cont. 



112 Kahgu — Raafs 

ABABT— This cipher is for use only whin ii is desired to complete a code word of 10 letter*. 



It has no meaniv 



market dull, no pressure to sell Market(s)— <,ont 

„ rather dull 

„ „ duller 

„ „ less dull 

„ very dull 

„ weakening tendency 

„ weak 

„ „ with sellers 

„ „ on bear selling 

„ „ „ forced sales 

„ very weak 

„ weaker 

„ rather weaker 

„ „ „ but not actually I 

flat 

„ very flat 

„ easier 

„ depressed 

.. falling 

„ „ rapidly 

„ bad 

„ in a panic 

„ demoralised 

„ paralyzed 

„ nothing doing 

„ selling 

„ buying 

„ affected by 

„ closed 

„ continued 

„ opened 
money market 
no market 

owing to the state of the money market 
produce market 
rig the market 
share market 
take out of the market 
there is no market for this 
tone of the „ 
what do you think of the market (for) 

„ is the state of your „ ( „ ) 
marketable 
made marketable 
make „ 

marl 

marriage(s) 
married 
marvellous 
mason(s) (ry) 
mass (es) 
massive 

master(s) (of) (ly) 
mat(s) (of) 
match (es) (ed) (ing) 
mate(s) 
mate's receipt 
against mate's receipt 

malerial(s) (to) (ly) 

if material (to) 

„ not material (to) 

is it „ („) 

not „ („) 

raw „ 

matrix 

in the matrix 

matrix is composed of 

what is the matrix 

matte See also Returns 

estimated value of matte according to assay 

matte despatched ( — ) tons, assaying ( — ) per cent. 
„ in stock on ( — ) ,( — ) tons assaying ( — ) per) 
„ produced to date ( — ) „ [cent.) 

( „ „ „ (— ) >. of which (— ) tons 

\ have been received and sold for 

MalU — cont. 



kapfy 

kapga 

kaphe 

kapim 

kapon 

kapup 

karem 

karin 

karjo 

karku 

karly 

karma 

karne 

karop 

karpi 

karys 

kasara 

kasen 

kasip 

kasro 

kasus 

kasva 

kaswe 

kasyt 

kaszi 

katan 

katep 

katir 

katos 

katut 

katyv 

kaugm 

kauhn 

kauld 

kaurp 

kausc 

kauzt 

kavap 

kavis 

kayju 

kavky 

kavla 

kavme 

kavni 

kavpo 

kawsy 

kaxar 

kaxes 

kaxit 

kaxov 

kaxru 

kaxta 

kaxux 

kaxve 

kaxwi 

kaxyz 

kaxzo 

kayfs 

kaylk 

kayrt 

kaysd 

kazas 

kazbu 

kazcy 

kazda 

kazet 

kazfe 

kazgi 

kazho 

kaziv 

kazox 

kazuz 

kazyb 

keafs 



!f. See Preface. 

M atte — cont. 
■) tons, assay i; 
[per 






matte produced during month (- 

metric tons of matte 

parcel of matte 

matter(s) (of) 

a matter of considerable importance 

as a matter of course 

considering the matter 

does it matter 

„ not matter 
if it matters 
in such matters 
„ the matter of 
is a matter of no importance 
„ matter urgent 

look into the matter immediately 
matter(s) is important 
„ „ not serious 
„ „ serious 
„ referred to 

urgent 
„ with 
no matter 

recommend leaving the matter to onr (my) discretion 
settle the matter 

„ „ „ as they (he, she) %vish(es) 
„ „ „ best way you can 
there is nothing the matter (with) 
what is being done in the matter (of) 
„ „ the matter (with) 
„ matter(s) 

„ was the matter (with) 
while matters are 

will have nothing to do with the matter 
mature(s) (d) (ing) 
to mature 

when do they (does it) mature 
maturity (of) 
after maturity 
at maturity 
before maturity 
maund(s) (of) 
maximum (a) (of) 
above the maximum (of) 
at the maximum (of) 
below the „ ( „ ) 
maximum is 

what is the maximum (for) (of) 
May See Date Table, page 240 

may 

as they (he, she, it) may 
„ we (I) may 
„ you may 
but may 

n m »<>* 
how „ 
„ M they (he, she, it) 
» >, we (I) 

» n you 

„ much may they (he, she, it) 
„ h » we (I) 

,, >. you 

if they (he, she, it) may 

., ii ( i> 11 ) »» **°* 

„ we (I) may 

,1 „ (») >i not 

„ you may 

•1 1, .. »<* 

may a (an) 

„ also 

„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 

„ if 

„ not 

„ „ therefore 

„ ourts) (my, mine) 

„ perhaps 



May — cont, 



Kealk — Kergi 



118 



may the 

„ therefore 

„ their(s) (his, her(s), its) 

„ there 
» ii not 

„ they (he, she, it) 
ii ,, ( ii ) not 

„ this (these) 

ii n ( ., ) wo' 

., we (I) 

ii n Gi) not 

ii you 

I. .1 not 

„ your(s) 
that (those) may 

i, ( .,),." not 

„ they (he, she, it) may 

,i ii (,.,.) m net 

„ we (I) may 

i, » (») » not 

„ you may 

» » i> not 
there may not 
they (he, she, it) may 

,. ( ., „ ) „ not 
this (these) may 

ii ( ii ) ,i not 
though they (he, she, it) may 
„ we (I) may 
,, you may 
to which it „ 
unless we (I) may 
we (I) may 
., (,,) » not 
what may 

i> ,, not 

„ „ they (he, she, it) 

i. ,, we (I) 

•i you 

,, they (he, she, it) may 
„ we (I) may 
,, you may 
when may 

„ „ they (he, she, it) 
ii ii we "(I) 
„ you 
whenever it may 
which may 
>i ii not 

„ „ they (he, she, it) 
» ii we (I) 
ii ii you 
„ they (he, she, it) may 
„ we (I) may 
„ you may 
who may 

„ i> not 
why may 
,, ii not 

„ „ they (he, she, it) «o/ 
„ „ we (I) tnt 
,, „ you not 
ycu may 

» not 
mayor(s) 

B18 
for me 
me to 
not for me 
.. me 

Of ii 

to „ 

mean(s' (fc) (ing) (to) 
but by v.o means 
by all means 



M »y — ooni. 



Mean(s) (t) (ing) — eont. 



kejdu 

kejet 

k.-jfy 

kejja 

kejhe 

kejox 

kejuz 

kejyb 

kekat 

kekev 

kekhc 

kekji 

kekko 

keklu 

kekmy 

kekna 

kekoz 

kekpe 

kekub 

kekyc 

kelav 

ktlex 

keliz 

kelob 

kclri 

keltu 

k-luc 

keivy 

kelxa 

kelyd 

kelie 

kemax 

kembo 

kemdy 

kemez 

ktmge 

kemib 

kemoc 

kemud 

kemyf 

kenaz 

keneb 

kenic 

kenjo 

kenku 

kenly 

kenma 

kenne 

kenod 

kenpi 

kenuf 

kenyg 

keobd 

keolz 

keonk 

keost 

kepab 

kepec 

kepid 

kepof 

kepro 

kepsu 

kepty 

kepug 

kepva 

kepwe 

kepyh 

kerac 

kerbu 

kercy 

kerda 

kered 

kerfe 

kersri 



Moan (3) (t.) (ing)— -cont. 



by any means 
„ its means 
„ means of 
„ no means 
„ some means 
,, what h 



considerable means 

do not understand what you mean 

„ they (does he, she) mean 

„ you mean 
does it „ 

>i not „ 
means of 
moderate means 
must mean 
no means 
some means 
visible „ 
what „ 
when by means of 
without „ 
was mer.nt 

„ not meant 
what is meant (by) 
well meaning 
what is the meaning (of) 
meaningless (ly) 
meantime 
if in the meantime 
in the meantime 
measured) (d) (ing) 
any measure(s) 
as a temporary measure 
beyond measure 
extreme measure (s) 
in a great measure 

„ „ measure 

„ some measure 
necessary measure (s) 
no measure (s) 
precautionary measure(s) 
prompt measures must be taken 
take other „ 

„ the necessary measures (to) 
temporary measures 
will take other measures 
measurement(s) (of) 
what is (are) the measurement(s) (of) 
meat 

chilled meat 
fresh „ 
frozen „ 

mechanic(s) (al) (ally) 
meddle(s) (d) (ing) (with) 
mediate(s) (d) (big) 
medical (ly) 
medical certincate(s) 

„ inspection 
medium 

meet(s) (met) (with) 
impossible to meet you in the matter 
to meet 
will meet you in the matter 

„ they (he, she) meet us (me) in the mattfcf 

„ you meet us (me) in the matter 
has been met with (in) 
meeting(s) (of) 
adjourned general msetiqg 

,, meeting 

annual meeting will be held on (agreed (that) 

at a general meeting of the shareholders it was 
(at) a meeting of [agreed (that)) 

at a special meeting «r* the shareholders it wasj 
(at) a ( — ) meeting of ( — ) company held on 

Meeting®— tont. 



Set Arbitrate 



114 



Kerho— Kigey 



(at) an extraordinary meeting Meeting(s) cemt. 


khayg 


made merchantable 


(„) the annual meeting 


kheap 


make „ 


(„) „ next general meeting 


kheum 


not fair ,, 


jat the shareholders' meeting, held yesterday, the 
I chairman stated that 


khiaz 


„ merchantable 


khoab 


mercy 


fat the shareholders' meeting, held ( — ), the 
I chairman stated that 


khoec 


mere (ly) 


khoid 


merge(s) (ed) (ing) (in) 


attend meeting of ( — ) company and wire result 


khoof 


merger 


call a meeting 


khoug 


merit(s) (ed) (ing) 


committee meeting 


khoyh 


message(s) 


company „ 


khuaj 


messenger(s) 


confirmatory „ 


— 


met 


creditors' „ 


khuek 


metal(s) 


extraordinary general meeting 


khuil 


base metal(s) 


for information at the meeting 


khuom 


precious metal (s) 


general meeting 


khuun 


what is the base metal 


half-yearly meeting [( — ) for the purpose Of 


khuyp 


metallic 


It is understood that a (— ) meeting of (— ) company will be held at 


khyar 


non-metallic 


meeting called to consider 


khyes 


parcel of metallic products 


,, expressed confidence in the board 


khyit 


metalliferous 


„ ,, want of confidence in the board 


khyov 


metallurgist(s) 


„ passed off amicably 


khyux 


method(s) 


„ „ „ satisfactorily 


kiagm 


as to the method 


„ „ ,i stormily 


kiahn 


(by) such method(s) 


„ „ vote of confidence in the board 


kiald 


methodical (ly) 


„ ,, „ thanks to the board 


kiarp 


metre (s) (of) 


» M it ii H and staff 


kiasc 


cubic metre(s) 


„ unanimous 


kiazt 


square „ 


must call general meeting 


kiban 


metric 


,, special general meeting 


kibep 


metropolis 


nothing decided at meeting 


kibir 


Mexico (Mexican(s)) 


numerous questions asked at meeting 


kibje 


for Mexico 


second confirmatory meeting has been called 


kibki 


from „ 


„ „ „ will be necessary 


kiblo 


in „ 


some discussion at meeting 


kibmu 


to „ 


special meeting 


kibny 


Mexican Government 


,, „ called to consider 


kibos 


mica 


statutory meeting 


kibpa 


mid 


what is the meeting called for [meeting 


kibut 


middle (of) 


will be laid before the shareholders at the next 


kibyv 


might 


Melbourne 


kicap 


if they (he, she, it) might 


melinite 


kiccr 


•» »» ( ii ii 11) ii not 


melt(s) (ed) (ing) 


kicis 


„ we (I) might 


raember(s) 


kicot 


ii i. Oi). ii not 


advisory member(s) 


kicuv 


„ you might 


membership 


kicwy 


„ .. n not 


memorandum (a) 


kicyx 


might a (an) 


memorandum and articles of association 


kicza 


„ if 


memorial(s) 


kidar 


„ not 


memorialise(s) (d) (ing) 


kidci 


„ our(s) (my, mine) 


memory (ies) 


kides 


„ perhaps 


men See Man 


kidfu 


„ their(s) (his, her(s), its' 


menace(s) (d) (ing) See Intimidate, Threaten 


kidgy 


» the 


mend(s) (ed) (ing) 


kidha 


„ there 


mention(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 


kidov 


.i ,, not 


do not mention this to 


kidux 


,, they (he, she, it) 


made mention (of) 


kidyz 
kiefs 


>, >, ( ii ii n) »ot 


may mention 


„ this (these) 


„ they (he, she) mention 


kielk 


.. ( ,, ) not 


„ we (I) mention 


kiert 


„ we (I) 


mention this only to 


kiesd 


„ ,. Unot 


must mention 


kifas 


„ you 


„ not mention 


kifet 


„ „ not 


no mention of 


kifiv 


„ your(s) 


not to mention 


kifji 


that (those) might 


to mention 


kifko 


„ ( ,. ) „ not 


would mention (that) 


kiflu 


„ they (ha, she, it) might 


as before mentioned 


kifmy 


ii >> ( » ii ») n 


was mentioned 


kifna 


„ we (I) might 


„ not mentioned 


kifox 


,i „ (,.). ii not 


mercantile 


kifpe 


„ you might 


merchandise 


kifuz 


ii n ii not 


merchant(s) 


kifyb 


there might 


merchantable 


kigat 


n »» not 


fair merchantable Merchantable — cont. 


kigev 


they (he, she, it) might 



Merchantable — cont. 



See also Telegra m 

See Meet 



" ht— cont. 



Kigix — Kixin 



kigix 

kigoz 

kigri 

kigso 

kigtu 

kigub 

kigvy 

dgwa 

Icigyc 

kigxe 
kinav 

kihbi 
kihco 
kihdu 

kihex 

kihfy 

kihga 

kihhe 

kihiz 

kibob 

kihuc 

kihyd 

kijax 

kijez 

kijib 

kijku 

kijly 

kijma 

kijne 

kijoc 

kijpi 

kijud 

kijyf 

kikaz 

kikeb 

kikic 

kikod 

kikro 

kiksu 

kikty 

kikuf 

kikva 

kikwe 

kikyg 

kikzi 

kilab 

kilbo 

kilcu 

kildy 

kilec 

kilfa 

kilge 

kilhi 

kilid 

kilof 

kilug 

kilyh 

kimac 

kimed 

kimif 

kimju 

kimky 

kimla 

kimmc 

kimni 

kimog 

kimpo 

kimuh 

kimyj 

kinad 

kinef 

kinig 

kinoh 

kinru 

kinsy 



they (he, she, it) might not Might — cont 

this (these) might 

»»(..) it not 
though there might 

ii ii 

we (I) might 
„ („) „ not 
what might 

i. h not 

n „ they (he, she, It) 

„ „ we (I) 

•> » you 

„ they (he, she, it) might 
ii m ( ii » ) m not 
„ we (I) might 

n M Gi). •• "0* 

„ you might 

„ „ „ not 
when might 

„ „ they (he, she, it) 

„ „ we (I) 

ii H you 

„ they (he, she, it) might 

„ we (I) might 

„ you might 
which might 

•i ii not 

„ „ they (he, she, it) 

•• fi we (I) 

•i ii you 

„ they (he, she, it) might 

ii ii ( ii ii ) ii no* 

„ we (I) might 

ii ii (»>) it not 

„ you might 

ii _ » ii not 
who might 

ii not 
why 



not 



yoo 



they (he, she, it) 

we (I) 

you 



not 



Mikado 

mil 

per mil 

mild ay) 

milder 

mildest 

mildew (ed) 

mile(s) (to) 

about ( — ) miles 

military 

militate(s) (ti) (ing) (against) 

mill(s) See also Returns, Stamps 

a new ( — ) stamp mill 

accident to mill 

at the mill 

average run of mill 

ball mill(s) 

breakdown in the mill 

by the mill 

company's mill 

do not shut down the mill 

dry crushing mill 

entire mill 

erecting mill 

erection of mill 

ii » ii proceeding 
estimate for the new mill 
expect whole mill will be running 
for the mill 
from the mill 3/»7/(s) — cent. 



kinta 


good situation for a mill site Mlll(s)— coni 


kinuj 
kinxi 


how long will mill 




„ „ be shut down 


kinyk 


»» 


many days has mill run 


kinzo 


Huntingdon mill 


kiohm 


if the mill 


kiolp 


is 


,, 


kiond 


joint mill 


kiorc 


las 


t „ test 


kiosz 


loss in mill is 


kioth 


make a further mill trial 


kipaf 




„ mill trial 


kipbu 


mill about to start continuously 


kipcy 


>t 


and cyanide works 


kipda 


it 


„ „ „ have been 


kipeg 


tf 


„ „ „ „ in full opera I ion 


kipfe 


ii 


i> ii ii it tt ii sine 


kipgi 
kipho 


ii 


assays average 


if 


could not be run 


kipih 


ii 


crushed ( — ) tons 


kipoj 


ii 


,i (— ) .. . yielding (— ) ozs 


kipuk 


ii 


greatly in want of repairs 


kipyl 


ii 


idle till 


kirag 


ii 


in 


kireh 


M 


,, bad order 


kirij 


ii 


„ fair „ 


kirjy 


ii 


ii going cider 


kirka 


ii 


ii good „ 


kirle 


ii 


is only running 


kirmi 


•• 


„ „ „ (— ) days per month 


kirno 


ii 


„ running on full time 


kirok 


ii 


„ „ ( — ) days oniy owing to breakdown 


kirpu 


•i 


not 


kirul 


ti 


„ working 


kirym 


if 


ii ii well 


kisah 


ti 


partly shut down 


kisik 


ti 


ran ( — ) days 


kisol 


ii 


„ ( — ) hoars 


kisry 


ti 


„ short time owing to repairs to engine 


kissa 


tt 


requires no repairs 


kiste 


tt 


„ repairs 


kisum 


ti 


returns 


kisvi 


tt 


tt will 


kiswo 


tt 


„ „. fall off 


kisyn 


tt 


„ „ improve 


kiszn 


it 


„ ,, not improve 


kitaj 


it 


shut down 


kitca 


it 


„ ,, owing to accident 


kitde 


ii 


site 


kitek 


ii 


started 


kitfi 


•• 


stopped by a strike 


kithu 


•i 


„ for repairs 


kitil 


tt 


„ in consequence of 


kitom 


rt 


„ to clean up 


kitun 


ii 


(— ) .lays 


kityp 


it 


(— ) hours 


kiubd 


it 


test 


kiulz 


it 


trial 


kiunk 


tt 


useless 


kiurg 


•t 


will 


kivak 


ii 


„ be overhauled 


kivel 


ii 


„ ,, ready to start 


kivim 


•t 


„ „ shut down 


kivja 


ti 


„ have a trial run 


kivke 


ii 


ii not 


kivli 


ii 


„ start 


kivmo 


ii 


„ ,, continuous working (on) 


kivnu 


ii 


„ take ( — ) days to repair 


kivon 


ii 


,, work day and night 


kivpy 


ii 


working 


kivup 


ii 


badly 


kivyr 


„ 


„ on high grade ore 


kixal 


ii 


ii i» low „ „ 


kixem 


,, 


,, well 


kixin 


necessary repairs to mOl —out. 



Kojim 



110 Kixop 

ABABY — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code 

M 111(a) 



new mill 
No. (— ) mill 

»» * u 

11 3 •( 

one tube mill is working 
overhauling mill 
present mill 

N »» CaD 

„ „ cannot 
quartz mill(s) 
repairs to mill would cost 
result of mill test(s) 
second mill test 

several „ tests have been made 
shall be able to keep mill running 

„ make a mill test 

„ „ another mill test 

„ not be able to keep mill running 
shut down the mill 
small prospecting mill 
stamp mill 
5 stamp mill 

so „ „ 

15 it .» 

20 h M 

25 M 

30 » » 

4° M M 

50 „ „ 

75 .. 
100 „ „ 
120 „ 

!25 11 ti 

14° » .» 
150 11 .1 

175 » 

180 „ „ 

200 „ „ 

250 „ ,, 

30O „ „ 

350 1, „ 

400 „ „ 

suggest erecting mill 

to erect mill 

„ run the mill 

„ the mill 
tube mill(s) 

,, „ are working 
what is the mill's assay average 
„ „ ,, period the mill has run 
,, „ working capacity of mill 
,, would it cost to repair mill 
when will mill 
whole mill 

„ ,, will be running 
why is the mill shut down 

>> 11 >> stopped 
working mill to its utmost capacity 
yield from mill 
milled 
tons milled 
miller(s) 
rriilligramme(s) 
miUilitre(s) 
miHimetre(s) 
milling 
free milling 
not free milling 
millionaire(s) 
millrace(s) 
millwright(s) 
milreis 

mind(s) (ed) (ing) 
bear in mind 



-cotit. 



See also Crushing, Plant 



Mind(s) (eil) (ing} — cont. 



kobac 

kobed 

kobif 

kobog 

kobry 

kobsa 

kobte 

kobuh 

kobvi 

kobyj 

kobzu 

kocad 

kocby 

kocca 

kocde 

kocef 

kocfi 

kocgo 

kochu 

kocig 

kocoh 

kocuj 

kocyk 

kodaf 

kodeg 

kodih 

kodjy 

kodka 

kodle 

kodmi 

kodno 

kodoj 

kodpu 

koduk 

kodyl 

koegm 

koehn 

koeld 

koerp 

koesc 

kofag 

kofeh 

kofij 

kofok 

kofra 

kofse 

kofti 

koful 

kofvo 

kofwu 

kofyrn 

kofzy 

kogah 

kogba 

kogce 

kogdi 

kogfo 

koggu 

koghy 

kogik 

kogol 

kogum 

kogyn 

kohaj 

kohek 

kohli 

kohom 

kohun 

kohyp 

koifs 

koiik 

koisd 

kojak 

kojei 

kojim 



word of 10 letters. It has no meaning. Bee Preface. 

never mind Mind(8) (ed) (Ing)-— cont. 

(to) make up our (my) mind 

(,,) „ „ their (his, her) mind 

( i») 11 ii your mind 

mindful (of) 

mine(s) See also Development, Inspect, Water 

accident in mine 

adjacent mine(s) 

advise the mine being purchased 

„ „ not being purchased 

all parts of the mine 

„ who have inspected the mine 
allow the mine to be examined (b) ) 
anything wrong in the mine 
appearance of the mine 
asbestos mine(s) 

asked permission to examine mine 
at the mine 

authorise (— ) to examine mine 
can get permission to enter mine 

„ the (— ) miDe be 
cannot authorise ( — ) to examine mine 

„ get permission to enter mine 
coal mine(s) 
condition of the mine 
considerably above the average of the mint 
consider mine is worked out 
„ the mine most valuable 
„ „ valueless 

copper mine(s) 

could only partially examine mine 
damage to mine (through) 

deep level (lead) mine(s) {stamps 

developments in the mine justify erecting another ( — ) 
„ of mine 

„ „ do not justify 

ti ii fully justify 

diamond mine(s) 

do the improvements in ( — ) mine 
each part of the mine 
eastern part of „ 
entire group of mines 
estimate life of mine at ( — ) years 
examine the mine 
eyes of the mine 
floor of mine 
for mine 
„ the mine 
from all parts of the mine 

„ other parts of the mine 

„ the mine 
gain access to mine 
general opinion is that mine ia 
gold mine(s) 
good „ 

great change in the mine 
greatest depth to which mine is worked 
have arranged for } r our inspection of mine 

„ authorised ( — ) to examine mine 

„ formed a very poor opinion of mine 

„ just returned from the mine 

„ not personally inspected mine 

,1 11 ii 11 !• but ( — ) reports as 

,, permission to enter the mine [follows 

„ personally inspected mine 

„ picked out the eyes of the mine 

„ secured the mine 

,, , and machinery 

i, the mine inspected (by) 

„ you been in the mine 
how does the mine look 
important mine 
improvement in the ( — ) mine 
(in the) adjoining mine 
(in) different parts of the mine Mine(s)- cont. 



Kojon— Kraop 



11T 



(in) every part of the mine Mine(s) — cont. 

(„) other parts „ „ 

\„) the mine 

indications in the mine 

inspect and take charge of mine 

inspected and taken charge of mine 

iron mine(s) 

is it „ 

„ „ true mine has been shut down 

„ the mine free of water 

n » paying 

„ „ working 

„ there anything to report about the mine 

it is reported mine has been shut down 

just leaving for the mine 

keep us posted of every change in mine [mine 

know for a fact there have been fairly rich sirikesin( — ) 

» »» »i it ii very (> „ „ (- ; 

lead (galena) mine(s) [mine 

manager of the mine 
may ( — ) inspect the mine 
milling mine(s) 
mine again full of water 

„ can be cheaply worked 

„ cannot be economically worked 

„ „ „ inspected owing to 

„ captain 

„ carefully sampled at every point 

„ does not justify further investigation 

„ „ „ look well 

„ flooded 

„ free of water 

„ full „ „ 

„ has been 

„ „ „ favourably reported upon 

„ „ „ inspected 

„ „ „ „ with following results 

ii ii ii salted 

„ „ „ unfavourably reported upon 

„ „ caved in 

„ „ very good indications 

„ in bad order 

•i ii fair „ 

„ „ first-class order 

•i ii good order 

„ „ very bad order 

„ installation(s) 

„ is abandoned 

„ „ badly managed 

„ „ being opened up 

„ „ distant from 

„ „ in danger of caving in 

„ „ „ full work 

„ „ likely to be abandoned 

„ „ looking bad in lower levels 

«• ii i> i> ii upper 

ii ii it well „ lower 

•i >i ii •• ii upper 

„ „ not in full work 

„ „ „ situated in a good district 

•i ii ii well situated 

„ „ now in a condition to give a constant supply 



[of ore 

district 

celebrated for good 
[properties 



overfloated 

paying 

situated in a good 

„ „ district 
very pockety 
well ahead of mill 
„ managed 
„ situated 
worked out 
yielding 

„ averr.ge quality ore 

„ fairly rich ore 

ii ore ; but it is not payable 

Uitu{i 



•cent. 



korzi 

kosat 

kosbo 

kosdy 

kosev 

kosfa 

kosge 

koshi 

kosoz 

kosub 

kosyc 

kotav 

kotex 

IcotijE 

kotjo 

kotku 

kotly 

kotma 

kotne 

kotob 

kotpi 

kotuc 

kotyd 

kouhra 

kound 

kourc 

kousz 

kouth 

kovax 

kovez 

kovib 

kovoc 

kovru 

kovsy 

kovta 

kovud 

kowe 

kovyf 

kovzo 

koxaz 

koxbu 

koxcy 

koxda 

koxeb 

koxfe 

koxgi 

koxho 

koxic 

koxod 

koxuf 

koxyg 

koybd 

koylz . 

koynk 

koyrg 

koyst 

kozab 

kozec 

koxid 

kozju 

kozky 

kozla 

kozme 

kozni 

kozof 

kozpo 

kozug 

kozyb 

kraem 

krain 

kraop 



mine is yielding very rich ore Mine(8) — coni. 

„ justifies further investigation 

„ looks 

„ „ as if it will 

M ii had 

„ „ fairly well 

„ „ splendid 

„ „ well 

„ must first be unwatered 

„ not opening out 

„ „ proved 

i, |, shut down 

„ opening out 

„ owners 

„ partly full of water 

„ requires 

„ well proved 

mine which has been worked and shut down or 
abandoned, have good reason to believe circum- 
stances are so altered that can now be profitably 
worked (was shut down for following reasons) 
mine will be closed for 

„ „ „ inspected 

ii ii ii payable with ( — ) per ton 

„ „ „ unwatered 

„ „ have to be closed 

„ „ not pay 

ii •» pay 

„ with plant, machinery and buildings 
mine(s) is (are) situated at 
most of the mines 

„ „ „ „ in this district 
news from the mine 
no change in the mine 
north-eastern section of mine 

„ -western „ „ „ 
northern section of mine 
not mine 

nothing in the mine to justify the advance 
ii ii ii ii i> ii ii decline 
„ new in the mine 

„ wrong in the mine 
of mine 

„ opinion that mine is 
ii ii ii ii will 

„ the mine 

fold mine to be re-opened, full of water, but sufficient 
\ known about workings 
on the east side of mine 

„ mine 

„ north side of mine 

„ south „ „ 

„ west „ „ 

one of the richest mines in the district 
opening up of mine 
other mines 

outcrop of the mine (is) 
output „ „ „ („) 
owing to the mine 
permission to inspect mine 
poor mine 

prospecting the mine 
prospects of mine 
quicksilver (cinnabar) mine 
recent developments in the mine 
registrar of mines 
report(s) from the mine 
„ on the mine 
„ „ „ most unreliable 

„ „ „ reliable 

reported strikes in ( — ) mine are net true 

(— ) •• true 
Royal School of Mines 
section of mine 
shall be obliged to shut down the mine 

Min$[s) — eonl 



118 



Kreat — Kuppa 



shut down the mine Mine(e) — cont. 

shutting down the mine 
silver lead mine(s) 

„ mine(s) 
since the mine was examined 
some mines 

,, parts of the mine (are) 
something in the mine to justify the advance 
•i it .» n decline 

„ wrong in the mine [present 

„ „ „ ; cannot tell what at 

„ „ „ ; get out at once 

„ „ i, ; interested parties getting oat 

south-eastern section of mine 

„ -western „ „ 

southern section of mine 
stop work on the mine 
stopped work on the mine 
strike in mine 

telegraph result of inspection of mine(s) 
through the mine 
tin mine(s) 
to mine 

„ open up the mine 
„ the mine 

we hold ( — ) of the mine 
ii .1 ( — ) ii ii ii and machinery 
western section of mine 
what do you think as to re-opening the mine 

„ „ „ „ shutting down the mine 

ii ii ii of mine 

„ has happened at the mine 

„ ,, „ „ , reported here that 

„ is general opinion of the mine 

„ „ present position and future prospects of mine 

11 ii ii ii of mine 

„ ,, the average output of the mine 

„ ,, your opinion of the mine 

„ will mine cost to equip properly 

ii n i> open out 

i, „ „ timber 

„ „ produce 

when was the mine last inspected 

„ will charge of mine be given up 
who has previously examined the mine 
will be necessary to fairly develop the mine 

ii ii ii ii further „ „ 

i, i, „ „ open up the mine 

i, ,, ,, ,, thoroughly equip mine 

„ „ on the mine on 

,, inspect the mine [the mine 

„ not be necessary to spend more than ( — ) upon 

„ the mine pay 
with a properly laid out mine 
work on the mine stopped for want of funds 
you must allow no one into the mine 
mined 

how many tons mined 
tons mined 
miner(s) 

a miner of upwards of ( — ) years' practical experience 
are likely to have trouble with miners 
cannot get sufficient miners 
miner(s) are giving a good deal of trouble 
„ demand 
i, have struck 

ii „ ; they demand ( — )mjreperday 

„ wages 

„ will not work on contract 
„ working on tribute 
Miners' Association 
mineral(s) 
carrying mineral 
mineral heavily charged with 
nature of the mineral Mincral(s)~- <ont. 



kuhle 

kuhmi 

kuhno 

kuhol 

kuhpu 

kuhum 

kuhyn 

kuigm 

kuihn 

kuild 

kuirp 

kuisc 

kujek 

kujil 

kujom 

kujra 

kujse 

kujti 

kujun 

kujyp 

kujzy 

kukba 

kukce 

kukdi 

kukel 

kukgu 

kukhy 

kukim 

kukon 

kukup 

kukyr 

kulem 

kulin 

kulja 

kulke 

kulli 

kulnu 

kulop 

kulpy 

kulur 

kulys 

kumen 

kumip 

kumor 

kumre 

kumsi 

kumus 

kumvu 

kumwy 

kumyt 

kumza 

kunbe 

kunci 

kunep 

kunfu 

kungy 

kunha 

kunir 

kunos 

kunut 

kunyv 

kuofs 

kuosd 

kuper 



kupis 

kupje 

kupki 

kupmu 

kupny 

kupot 

kuppa 



on the mineral belt Mlneral(s) — cont. 

what is the mineral 

mineralization 

mineralize(s) (d) (ing) 

mineralogist(s) 

mingle(s) (d) (ing) (with) S«# Mix 

minimise (s) (d) (ing) 

minimum (a) (for) 

above the minimum (of) 

at the minimum (of) 

below the minimum (of) 

minimum and maximum 

I, is 
what is the minimum (for) (of) 
mining See also Certificate 

cost of mining 
„ „ „ has decreased considerably 
ii ii n ii increased „ 

„ per ton mining and hauling 
drift mining 

estimated cost of mining and milling per ton is 
every facility for cheap mining 
greatly interfered with mining operations 
Institution of Mining and Metallurgy, London 
mining claim (s) 

„ expenses (are) 

„ industry 

„ privileges 

„ regulations 
no facilities for cheap mining 
North of England Institute of Mining Engineers 
Special Mining Representative 
what is the cost of mining 

ii i, ii and milling 

mining law(s) 

according to the mining law(s) here 
latest mining law(s) 
mining rights 
abandon the mining rights 
do not abandon the mining rights 
have abandoned „ „ „ 

license mining rights 
Minister(s) 
His Majesty's Ministers 
Minister of 

„ ,, Mines 
Prime Minister 
Ministry 
change of Ministry 
Ministry expected to resign 

„ has resigned 

,, ,, not resigned 
minor 

minority (of) 
by a minority 
in „ „ 
large „ 
small „ 
mint(s) 
minus 
minute(s) 
minutes of meeting 
minutely 
miocene 

misadventure See Misfortune, Mishap 

misapply (ied) (ies) (ing) 

misapprehend See Mistake, Misunderstood 

misapprehension See Misunderstanding 

misappropriate(s) (d) (ing) 
misbehaviour 
miscalculate(s) (d) (ing) 
miscalculation(s) 
miscarriage 
miscarry (ies) (ied) (ing) 
miscellaneous 



Kupuv— Kyank 



119 



See Misrepresent 



mischief 

mischievous (ly) [Misunderstand 

misconceive(s) (d) (ing) See Misjudge, Mistake, 
misconception See Mistake, Misunderstanding 
misconduct 

misconstruction See Misinterpretation 

misconstrue(s) (d) (ing) See Misinterpret 

misdirect(s) (ed) (ing) (ion) 
miserable (y) 
misery 
misfortune(s) 
misgiving(s) 
mishap(s) 

misinform(s) (ed) (ing) 
misinstruct(s) (ed) (ing) 
misinterprets) (ed) (ing) (ation; 
misjudge(s) (d) (ing) t'ment) 
mislay(s) (ing) (mislaid) 
mislead(s) (ing) (misled) 
most misleading 
mismanage(s) (d) (ing) 
mismanagement 
gross mismanagement 
owing to mismanagement 
there is great mismanagement 
misplace (s) (d) (ing) 
misrepresent(s) (ed) (ing) 
misrepresentation(s) 
miss (es) (ed) (ing) 
all missing 
nothing missing 
part missing 
rest is missing 
mission(s) 
misstate (s) (d) (ing) 
misstatement(s) 
mistake(s) (n) (ing) 
by mistake 
is there no mistake 
let there be no mistake 
mistake has been made (in) 
think this is a mistake 
what is the mistake 
where is the „ 
whose mistake is it 
be mistaken 
Mister (Messrs.) 
Mistress (Mrs.) 
mistrust(s) (ed) (ing) 
misunderstand(s) (ing) 
owing to a misunderstanding 
there is no „ 

„ „ some „ 

under some „ 

what is the „ 

misunderstood 

they have (he, she has) misunderstood 
we (I) have misunderstood 
you have misunderstood 
mitigation 
in mitigation (of) 
mix (es) (ed) (ing) 
mixture (s) 
mobilize(s) (d) (ing) 
model(s) 

moderate(s) (d) (ing) (ly) 
if moderate 
,, r^ot moderate 
not moderate 
very „ 
moderation 
if in moderation 
in moderation 
not in moderation 
modern 



kuzyg 

kwaam 

kwaen 

kwaip 

kwaoj 

kwauk 

kwayl 

kweav 

kweex 

kweiz 

kweor 

kweus 

kweyt 

kwiaf 

kwieg 

kwiob 

kwoan 

kwoep 

kwoij 

kwook 

kwoul 

kwoym 

kwuax 

kwuez 

kwuir 

kwuos 

kwuut 

kwuyv 

kwyag 

kwyeh 

kwyib 

kwyoc 

kwyud 

kyahm 

kyalp 

kyand 

kyarc 

kyasz 

kyath 

kybah 

kybbu 

kybcy 

kybda 

kybfe 

kybgi 

kybho 

kybik 

kybol 

kybyn 

kycaj 

kycek 

kycil 

kycju 

kycky 

kycla 

kyeme 

kyeni 

kycom 

kycpo 

kycyp 

kydak 

kydel 

kydim 

kydon 

kydru 

kydsy 

kydta 

kydve 

kydwi 

kydzo 

kyebd 

kyeb 

kyenk 



See Important, Serious 



modification(s) (of) 
subject to modification (s) (as follows) 
suggest following modification(s) 
what modification is required 

„ „ suggested 

with some modification 
without any modification 
modify (ies) (ied) (ing) 
modus operandi 
modus vivendi 
moiety (of) 
moisture 

molest(s) (ed) (ing) 
molestation 

mollify (ies) (ied) (ing) See Conciliate, Pacify 

molybdenum 
moment(s) 
at the moment 

„ same moment 
up to the last moment 
momentary (ily) 
momentous 
monarch(s) 
Monday 
every Monday 
on ,, 

monetary 
monetary situation 
money (ied) 

draw what money you require from 
further money required 

keep whatever money you are likely to require 
money cabled for on ( — ) not yet received by bank here 

„ for 
raise money on 

with the exception of money due 
without money 
monopolise(s) (d) (ing) 
monopoly (ies) 
monsoon 
monstrous (ly) 
month(s) (ly) 
between this month and next 
every month 

„ ( — ) months 
for (-) „ 
„ further ( — ) months 
„ the month ending 

from the ( — ) of last month to the ( — ) inclusive 
in a month's time 
,, about ( — ) months 
later on in the month 
of the ( — ) month(s) ending 
per month 
since last month 
to remain in force ( — ) months 
within ( — ) months 
i month 

2 months 

3 n 

4 M 



7 

H 

9 

10 

[i 

12 



monthly, beginning 
moral (s) (ly) 
moral certainty 
moratorium 
more (than) 
and more 



More — cont. 



Kyerg- -Kyusd 



120 

ABABY— 77iis cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code word of 10 letters. 

for most 
if „ 



It has no meaning. 



More — cont. 



and no more 

„ the „ 
any more (than) 
but „ 

„ no more (than) 

,. the „ 
far more (than) 
few „ 

for „ (than) 
if more (than) 
,, no more (than) 
„ not „ ( „ ) 
little „ ( „ ) 
more and more 

„ of 

„ or less 

„ „ „ above 

„ „ „ below 
much more (than) 
neither more nor less (than) 
no more (than) 
not „ ( „ ) 
„ much more (than) 
nothing more 
or more 
some more 
moreover 

„ a (an) 

„ the 

„ they (he, she, it) 

„ we (I) 

ii you 
morgen 

about ( — ) morgen 
of how many morgen does it consist 
morning 
mortal (ly) (ity) 
mortar 

„ blocks 

„ boxes 
mortgage(s) (on) 

does the mortgage take precedence of all floating 
equitable mortgage (on) [debts 

first mortgage (on) 
has (have) a mortgage on 
„ ( „ ) not a mortgage (on) 
is it guaranteed free of mortgage 
„ there a mortgage (on the) 
mortgage for 

„ will take precedence of all floating debts 
„ „ not take precedence of all floating 
must have a mortgage on [debts 

on mortgage 
prior „ (on) 
second mortgage (on) 
third „ ( „ ) 

warranted free from mortgage 
what is the amount of the mortgage (on) 
mortgaged (for) 

to 
stated to be mortgaged (for) 
suspected to be mortgaged 
mortgagee (s) 
mortgagee consents 

„ refuses 
who is (are) the mortgagee(s) 
mortgaging 
mortgagor^) 

who is (are) the mortgagor(s) 
mortify (ies) (ied) (ing) 
most 
and most 
are (is) most 
at (the) „ 
but most Most — cont, 



kymfu 

kymgy 

kymha 

kymix 

kymoz 

kymub 

kymyc 

kynav 

kynex 

kyniz 

kynje 

kynki 

kynlo 

kynmu 

kynny 

kynob 

kynpa 

kynuc 

kynyd 

kyogm 

kyohn 

kyold 

kyorp 

kyosc 

kypax 

kypez 

kypib 

kypoc 

kypre 

kypsi 

kypto 

kypud 

kypvu 

kypwy 

kypyf 

kypza 

kyraz 

kyrbi 

kyrco 

kyrdu 

kyreb 

kyrfy 

kyrga 

kyrhe 

kyric 

kyrod 

kyraf 

kyryg 

kysab 

kysec 

kysid 

kysji 

kysko 

kyslu 

kysray 

kysna 

kysof 

kyspe 

kysug 

kysyh 

kytac 

kyted 

kytif 

kytog 

kytri 

kytso 

kyttu 

kytuh 

kytvy 

kytwa 

kytyj 

kytze 

kyufs 

kyulk 

kyasd 



See Preface. 
Most — cont, 



is the most (that) 
it is most 
„ most 

make the most of (it) 
most of 

(the) most they (he, she, it) (will) (can) 
( „ ) „ we (I) (will) (can) 
( •• ) ii you (will) (can) 
of most 
on „ 
or „ 
tha most 
what is the most 
„ „ „ they (he, she, it) (will) (can) 
.1 .1 „ we (I) (will) (can) 

you (will) (can) 

will most of the 

mostly 

and mostly 

but „ 

if 

„ not mostly 

not mostly 

or „ 

mother 

motion(s) 

motive(s) 

our (my) motive (is) (to) 

their (bis, her) motive (is) (to) 

what is the motive 

your motive 

motor(s) 

electric motor(s) 

motor car(s) 

mound(a) 

mount(s) (ed) (ing) 

Mount Lyall 

Mount Morgan 

mountain(s) (ous) 

mouth(s) 

from hand to mouth 

movable 

move(s) (d) (ing) 

movement(s) 

a movement is on foot (to) 

downward movement 

upward „ 

much 

and much 

as „ 

ii i« ** 

i. » ii possible 

„ ,, more 

bat „ 

for how much 

i> >. ,i more 
have (has) much 

„ ( n ) not much 
how much 

„ „ above (that) 

„ „ below ( „ ) 

„ „ further (than) 

„ „ more (tban) 

M n over 

„ „ they (he. she, it) 

it « to 

i> ii we (I) 

„ ,, you 
if much 

,, „ above (that) 
# , „ below ( „ ) 
,, not much 



Much—conU 



Kyvad — Laniup 



121 



if not much above (that) Much — cont. 


lafsu 


nor mu3t you Must — cont. 


„ „ „ below ( „ ) 


lafty 


one must 


„ „ too much 


lafuh 


i, „ not 


„ too much 


lafva 


that (those) must 


much about (it) 


lafwe 


ii ( i, ) » not 


„ above (that) 


lafyj 


„ they (he, she, it) must 


„ below ( „ ) 


lafzi 


ii it ( i> n ) ii not 


„ further 


lagad 


„ we (I) must 


m too 


lagbo 


ii ii (ii) ii not 


not as much as 


lagcu 


„ you must 


„ much 


lagdy 
laget 


ii ii it not 


„ „ above (that) 


there must 


„ „ below ( „ ) 


lagfa 


i, not 


„ „ less (than) 


laghi 


they (he, she, it) must 


„ „ more (than) 


lagig 


ii ' >t ii ii ) ii not 


„ so much 


lagoh 


this (these) must 


or much 


iaguj 


i.(,») ii not 


so „ 


lagyk 


to which they (he, she, it) must 


n it M 


lahaf 


„ we (I) mutt 


there is much 


laheg 


„ you must 


„ „ not much 


lahih 


we (I) must 


too much 


la! -ma 


», (,.) >. not 


very „ 
with „ 


lahne 


what must 


lahoj 


ii ii not 


„ so much 


lahpi 


„ „ they (he, she, it) 


n too „ 


lahuk 


„ „ we (I) 


without „ 


lahyl 


ii you 


„ so much 


iaihm 


when must 


„ too much 


lailp 


„ „ they (he, she, it) 


muddle(s) (d) (ing) 


laind 


ii ii we (I) 


mullock (y) 


lairc 


N ii you 


municipal (ly) 


laisz 


„ they (he, she, it) must 


„ Corporation 


laith 


„ we (I) must 


municipality (ies) 


lajag 


„ you mu3t 


munificent 


lajeh 


which must 


Murcliison 


lajij 


-. tt not 


murder(s) (ed) 


lajok 


M (whom) must they (he, she, it) 


must 


lajsy 


» ( " ii ) ii we (I) 


and must 


lajta 


i> ( ,, ) .1 you 


ii ii not 


lajul 


„ ( „ ) they (he, she, it) must 


how must they (he, she, it) 


lajve 


If ( It ) ft ( II tl ) M **» 


„ „ we (I) 


lajwi 


„ ( „ ) we (I) must 


, .. » you 


lajym 


» ( ., ) ii (,.) ,. not 


if they (he, she, it) must 


lajzo 


ti ( ii ) you must 


» i> ( i» ■• i») ii not 


lakah 


n ( n ) ii not 


„ we (I) must 


lakbu 


who must 


•• it (,,) .1 not 


lakcy 


,. „ not 


„ you must 


lakda 


why „ 


>. •, >. not 


lakfe 


tt if not 


it must certainly 


lakgi 


„ „ they (he, the, it) 


must a (an) 


lakho 


., >. „ ( » .1 ) not 


„ also 


lakik 


» we (I) 


,, any (anyone, anybody, anything) 


lakol 


tt ii tf Gi) not 


„ if 


lakum 


M you 


„ necessarily 


lakyn 


,i .. not 


„ never 


lalai 
lalet 


you must 


ii not 


■i it not 


,, our(s) (my, mine) 


— 


muster(s) (ed) (ing) Su Assemble, Collect, 


„ that (those) 


lalil 


musty [Convene 


ii the 


lalju 


mutilate (s) (d) (ing) 


„ their(s) (his, her(s)) 


lalky 


mutilation(s) 


„ then 


lalla 


mutual (ly) 


i, there 


lalme 


if mutual 


„ „ not 


lalni 


,i not mutual 


„ they (he, she, it) 


lalom 


must be mutual 


ii »» ( ii ii ii ) not 


lalpo 


not mutual 


„ this (these) 


lalun 


my 


1. we (I) 


lalyp 


for in- 


•i i> (..) not 


lamak 


my own 


„ you 


lamel 


not my 


„ „ not 


lamim 


of „ 


„ your(s) 


lamon 


to „ 


nor must 


hmsa 


mynpachl(s) 


„ „ they (he, she, it) 


iamte 


exclusive of mynpacht 


,, „ we (I) Must — cont. 


lamnp 


lease of the „ Mynpacht{$) — corA, 



laa 



Lamvi — Legwa 



lamvi 


mynpacht covers ( — ) morgen Mynpacht(s) — coni. 


laxgy 


laimvo 


of the mynpacht 


laxha 


lamyr 


myself 


laxix 


iamzu 


for myself 


laxub 


lanal 


not for myself 


laxyc 


lanby 


to myself 


laygm 


lanca 


Mysore 


layhn 


lande 


mysterious fly) 


layld 


lanem 


mystery (ies) 


layrp 


lanfi 


N 


laysc 


lanhu 


name(s) (of) (d) (ing) 


layzt 


lanin 


Christian name(s) 


lazje 


lanop 


ii ii illegible 


lazki 


ianur 


correct name 


lazlo 


lanys 


in joint names (of) 


lazmu 


lapen 


„ our (my) name 


lazny 


lapip 


„ the name of 


lazob 


lapjy 


„ „ „ ( — ) and on account of 


lazpa 


lapka 


„ their (his, her) name 


lazuc 


laple 


„ whose name 


lazyd 


lapmi 


» your 


leagm 


iappu 


our (my) name 


leahn 


lapyt 


surname(s) 


leald 


laran 


„ illegible 


learp 


larep 


the Christian name(s) of ( — ) is (are) 


lease 


larir 


„ full name(s) of ( — ) is (are) 


leazt 


laros 


,, surname(s) of ( — ) is (are) 


leban 


larra 


their (his, her) name (is) 


lebep 


larse 


what is (are) the Christian name(s) (of) 


lebir 


larti 


,, .» ( » ) .» full name(s) (of) 


lebje 


larut 


it n ( ii ) ii surname(s) (of) 


lebki 


larvo 


„ ,, the name (of) 


leblo 


larxu 


wrong name 


lebmu 


laryv 


your „ 


lebny 


larzy 


namely 


lebos 


— 


narrate(s) (d) (ing) See Repeat, Report, TeU 


lebpa 


lasap 


narrow(s) (ed) (ing) (ly) 


lebut 


lasba 


Natal 


lebyv 


lasce 


for Natal 


lecap 


lasdi 


from „ 


lecer 


laser 


in „ 


lecis 


lasfo 


to „ 


lecot 


lasgu 


Natal Government 


lecuv 


lashy 


nation(s) 


lecwy 


lasis 


national (ity) 


lecyx 


lasot 


native (s) 


lecza 


lasuv 


native rising 


ledar 


lasyx 


natural (ly) 


ledci 


latar 


nature 


ledes 


lates 


in the nature of things 


ledfu 


latit 


of a similar nature 


ledgy 


iatja 


what is the „ of 


ledha 


latke 


navvy (ies) 


ledov 


latli 


navy (ies) 


ledux 


latmo 


British Navy 


ledyz 


latnu 


near (to) (ly) 


leefs 


iatov 


as near 


leert 


latpy 


„ as possible 


leesd 


latux 


„ to 


lefas 


iaunt 


how near (is) 


lefet 


laurl 


if near 


lefiv 


iavas 


„ not near 


lefko 


lavet 


near a (an) 


lefmy 


laviv 


„ enough 


lefox 


lavox 


„ here 


lefpe 


lavsi 


„ our(s) (my, mine) 


lefuz 


lavto 


„ that (those) 


lefyb 


lavuz 


ti the 


legev 


lavvu 


„ their(s) (his, hers, its) 


legix 


lavwy 


„ them (him, her, it) 


legoz 


lavyb 


„ this (these) 


legri 


lavza 


„ us (me) 


legtu 


laxci 


ii you 


legub 


laxev 


„ your(s) 


legvy 


laxfu 


not near Near (ly) — cont. 


legwa 



Near (ly) — cont. 



not near enough 

or „ 

too „ 

very „ 

and neaily 

as „ as possible 

but „ 

if „ 

i, not „ 

nearly all 

not nearly 



nearer (than) 
nearest (to) 
the nearest 

„ they (he, she, it) 

n we (I) 

„ you 

what is the nearest (which) 
necessary (to) (ies) (ily) 
absolutely necessary (to) 
as much (many) as necessary 
consider it necessary (to) 
do not consider it necessary (ty) 
„ what is necessary (to) 
if absolutely necessary (to) 
„ considered „ („) 
„ necessary (to) 
„ not necessary (to) 
is it absolutely necessary (to) 
,, considered „ („) 
„ necessary (to) 
ii ii that 

„ „ „ they (he, she, it) should 

„ |, „ we (I) should 

,, ,, „ you should 

it has not been necessary (to) 
„ will be necessary (to) 
„ „ not be necessary (to) 
may if necessary (to) 
,, we if necessary 
most necessary (to) 
necessary for 
„ that 

„ „ they (he, she, it) should 

„ „ we should 

„ H you „ 

not absolutely necessary (to) 

„ necessary (to) 

,, unless necessary (to) 
that is necessary (for) 
they (he, she, it) can if necessary 
this is necessary (for) 
unless „ (to) 

„ positively necessary (to) 
we can if necessary 
were (was) necessary (to) 
what is it necessary to 

» it is 
whatever may be necessary 
when is it necessary (to) 
» it is „ („) 

which is it „ ( „ ) 

,, it is „ („) 

who it is necessary to 
why is it „ (to) 

i. it is „ („) 

will it be „ („ ) 

you can if „ 
not necessarily 
this 

necessitate(s) (d) (ing) 
does this necessitate 
will necessitate 

„ not necessitate Necessitate^) (d) (ing) — e«nt. 



Legyo— Lerym 



this has necessitated Necessitate^) (d) (ing)— cont. 

necessity (ies) (for) 

in case cf necessity 

no necessity (for) (to) 

not of necessity 

of necessity 

or of necessity 

what ,, is there for 

need(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 

and need not 

have (has) no need (of) (to) 

„ urgent need (of) (to) 
if they (he, she, it) do not need (to) 
„ „ ( „ „ ) need (to) 
„ we (I) do not need (to) 
„ „ („) need (to) 
„ you do not need (to) 
„ „ need (to) 
in great need of 
is there any need (for) 
need he 

„ never 

„ not (to) 

„ they (he, she, it) 

„ to be 

„ we (I) 

» you 

no need for 
» •• to 

not need . 
there is need (to) 
,, „ no need (to) 

this needs 

would need 
„ not need 

it is needed 

much „ 

needful (to) 

do the needful 

needless (to) 

negative(s) S«# oho Reply 

neglect(s) (ed) (ing) 

neglect somewhere 

neglectful (ly) 

negligence 

contributory negligence 

culpable negligence 

great negligence 

it shows great negligence 

M .. .» on the part of 

„ „ „ ,. their (his, her) part 

!• » your part 

no negligence 

shown great negligenoa 

negligent (ly) 

very negligent 

negotiability 

negotiable 

not negotiable 

negotiate(s) (with) 

do not negotiate 

in order to negotiate 

to negotiate 

you may negotiate or take an optica 

( „ „ „ ,, .butinsistonsuffi- 

\ cient time to enable you to investigate the property 

negotiated (with) 

negotiating (with) 

after negotiating 

before „ 

negotiating for 

Regotiation(s) (with; Sccaho Capital, Consideration 



Negotiation^) — ant. 



lenta 



lenuj 

lenxi 

lenyk 

lenzo 

leohm 

leolp 

leond 

leorc 

leos* 

leoth 

lepaf 

lepbu 



lepcy 



lepda 
iepeg 
ispfe 
lepgi 



lepho 



lepih 

lepoj 

lepuk 



lepyl 

lerag 
lereh 
ierij 

lerjy 



lerka 

lerle 

lermi 

lerno 
lerok 

lerpu 

lerul 

lerym 



m 

Negotlatlon(s)— cont. 

(»)l vendor's shares are to be pooled in London for 
( — ) months, to be sold at best prices obtainable 
in the promoter's discretion, the first £{ — ) 
realised (after paying all cash expenses of market 
and flotation) to be applied for working capital. 
After that the proceeds of sales to be divided 
rateably between the persons whose shares are 
pooled, in proportion their shares bear to the 
entire shares pooled 

be firm in negotiations (with) 

how are negotiations proceeding (with) 

informed „ are in progress for (with) 

„ that no negotiations are goingforward (with) 

keep negotiations open if you can 

negotiations are not progressing 
„ „ progressing 

„ broken off 

„ suspended for the present 

ho prospect of completing negotiations 

open negotiations (with) 

(owners propose nominal capital (~), working 

{ capital ( — ), purchase consideration 

(owners propose nominal capital ( — ), working capital 
( — ), of this ( — ) is to be guaranteed, purchase 

< consideration ( — ), out of this (— ) commission 
| will be paid, and if received partly in cash, then 

\ commission will be paid pro rata 

owners propose purchase consideration [capital 

„ „ „ . i> (— )i working 

„ „ working capital 

pending negotiations (with) 
purchase on following terms: owners to receive ( — ) 
fully paid shares as soon as the company has been 
formed and the property transferred to the com- 
pany or its nominee. The total capital, exclusive 
of working capital, to be ■£ ( — ), and the number 
i of shares reserved for working capital to be 

stop negotiations (with) 

telegraph prospects of negotiations 

(the best we can do is, nominal capital ( — ), working 
I capital ( — ), purchase consideration 
the best we can do is, nominal capital ( — ), working 
capital (— ), of this ( — ) is to be guaranteed, 
purchase consideration ( — ), out of this ( — ) com 
mission will be paid, and if received partly in cash, 
then commission will be paid pro rata 

the best we can do is, purchase consideration 

{,, >» » ii t* i )• 

working capital 
the best we can do is, working capital 
think we can do business if you can get nominal 
capital ( — ), working capital ( — ), purchase con- 
, sideration 

/think we can do business if you can get nominal 
capital ( — ), working capital ( — ), of this (— ) 
is to be guaranteed, purchase consideration 
( — ), out of this ( — ) commission will be paid 
and if received partly in cash, then commission 
will be paid pro rata 
/think wo can do business if you can get purchase 
( consideration 

(think we can do business if you can get purchase 
\ consideration ( — ), working capital 
think we can do business if you can get working capital 
(to take all shares, if subscribed money only covers 
promoter's- outlay and £( — ) for working capital 
to take cash profits with ( — ) in proportion to 

vendor's shares held by each party 
we are offered nominal capital ( — ), working capital 

( — ), purchase consideration 
we are offered nominal capital ( — ), working capital 
( — ), of this ( — ) is to be guaranteed, pure 
consideration ( — ), out of this ( — ) commission 
will be paid, and if received partly in cash, then 
com mission will be paid pro rata 

Ntgoitttum (t) — e*w. 



1J4 Leaah -Juijif 

ABABT — This ctptur is fox -.-.aired to complete a code word of 10 letters, 

Negotintion(s) — cont. 
we are offered purchase consideration [capital 

(— ). working 
„ „ working capital 

we propose nominal capital ( — ), working capital 

( — ), purchase consideration 
we propose nominal capital ( — ), working capital 
( — ), of this ( — ) is to be guaranteed, purchase 
consideration ( — ), out of this ( — ) commission 
will he paid, and if received partly in cash, then 
commission will be paid pro rata 
we propose purchase consideration 

„ <—), working capi- 

„ working capital [tal 

negotiator(s) 



neighbour(s) (ing) 
what are your neighbours doing 
neither 
ither a (an) 
at 

from 
in 
of 

,, them 
„ these 
on 

one nor the other 
that (those) 
the 

they (he, she, it) 
i> ( ., ,i ) nor we 
this (these) 
we (I) 
you 
„ nor they (he, she, it) 
» „ we (I) 
(-) „ 
nervous 

net(s) (ted) (ting) 
net to them (him, her) 
„ „ us (me) 
„ „ you 
to net 
neutral 

cannot remain neutral 
remain neutral 
neutralise(s) (d) (ing) 
never 
and never 
but „ 
never again 
or never 

they (he, she, it) never 
this is never 

„ never 
we (I) never 
will never 
you „ 
nevertheless 

m a (an) 

„ as 

„ our(s) (my, mine) 

„ since 

„ that (those) . 

the 
„ their(s) (his, her(s), its) 

,, they (he, she, it) 

„ this (these) 

„ we (I) 

„ when 

you 
your(s) 



new (ly) 

Hew South Wales 



New South Wales — cont. 



libju 

libky 

libla 

libme 

libni 

libox 

libpo 

libuz 

libyb 

licat 

licev 

linix 

licoz 

licru 

iicsy 

licub 

licwi 

licyc 

lidav 

lidbu 

lidcy 

lidda 

lidex 

lidfe 

lidgi 

lidho 

lidiz 

lidob 

liduc 

lidyd 

liegm 

liehn 

Held 

lierp 

liesc 

liezt 

lifax 

lifez 

lifib 

Hfjy 

hfka 

line 

lifmi 

lifno 

lifoc 

lifpu 

lifud 

lifyf 

ligaz 

ligeb 

ligic 

ligod 

ligr.V 

ligsa 

ligte 

liguf 

hgvi 

ligwo 

1'gyg 

hgzu 

lihab 

lihby 

lihea 

lihde 

lihec 

lihfi 

lihgo 

lihhu 

lihid 

lihof 

lihug 

lihyh 

lijac 

lijed 

lijif 



It has no meaning, iaoo ■■ rataoo. 
New South Wales— cent 
from New South Wale* 



New York 

New Zealand 

from New Zealand 

in H „ 

news (oO 

according to news received here 

after receipt of news 

any news of 

awaiting further news (from) 

bad news 

break the news to family 

do you believe the news 

further news 

good news 

if you have later news 

„ „ no later news 
important news 
in consequence of the news 
is the (this) news generally believed 
,, there any news (of) 
later news 
latest „ (is) 
most important news 
news from 

„ has 
no news of importance 
official news 
there is no news (of) 
this news is 
what „ have you (of) 
newspaper(s) 
get financial newspapers to take notice of this 

„ local newspapers to take notice of this 
insert in ,, 

newspapers comment favourably 

„ „ unfavourably 

what are the newspaper comments 
next (to) 
and next 
but „ 

during the next 
if next 
„ not next 
next to nothing 
not next 
or next 

what is the next 
nice (ly) 
nickel 
Nigeria 
night 
in the night 
nil 

ninth 
nitrate 
no 

and no 
but „ 

do not wish to say no (but) 
must say no 
no one 
or no 
yes or no 
nobody (to) 
nodule(s) 
noise (y) (ily) 
nolens volens 
nominal (ly) 
only nominal 

nominate(s) (d) (by) (ing) 
nomination(s) 
nominative 

noxninee(s) See also Register 

Not>ii>ue{s) — cont. 



I'flke— Lobf& 



105 



joint nominee(s) Nomine6(8)— 

non 

nonsuit(s) (ed) (ing) 

none 

have none 

none at all 

„ here 

,, left 

„ of this (these) 

„ „ that (those) 

„ there 
non possurnns 
nonsense (ical) 
noon 
nor 

„ a (an) 

„ after 

„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 

„ for 

„ from 

n »n 

n on 

„ our(s) (my, mine) 

„ that (those) 

„ the 

„ their(s) (his, her(s), its) 

„ they (he, she, it) 

„ this (these) 

» we (I) 

„ with 

„ without 

„ you 

„ your(s) 
north (of) (em) 
feet north 
from the north 
going north 
north and south 
„ -east 
„ -easterly 
„ -eastern 
„ -eastward 0y) 
» part 
„ -west 
,, -westerly 
„ -western 
„ -westward 
to the north 
North Mount Lyall 
northerly 
northward(s) 
Norway (eTorwegian(s)) 
for Norway 
from „ 
in „ 
to 

Norwegian Governi 
not 

notarial 
notary (i 
notary public 
note(s) 
bank note(s) 
circular notes 
take note of 
noted 

must be noted 
not noted 
nothing (of) 
absolutely nothing 
come(s) to ,, 
little or nothing 
make nothing of 
nothing above 

at Nt 



cont. 


lirup 




liryr 




lisal 




lisem 




lisin 




lisop 
lisri 




lisso 




listu 




lisur 




lisvy 




liswa 




lisys 




lisze 




litam 




litbi 




litco 




litdu 




liten 




litfy 




litga 




litip 




litor 




litus 




lityt 




liuhm 




liulp 




liund 




liurc 




liusz 




liuth 




livan 




livep 




livir 




livjo 




livku 




livly 




livma 




livne 




livos 




livpi 




Hvut 




livyv 




Hxap 




iixer 




lixis 




iixot 




lixro 




iixly 




lixuv 




lixva 








lixyx 




lixzi 




lizar 




lizbo 




lizcu 












lLzfa 




lizge 




lizhi 




lizit 




lizov 




lizux 




lizyz 




loabd 




' 




loast 




lobag 




lobbo 




lobcu 




lobdy 
lobeh 




cont. 


lobfa 



nothing below 

„ but 

,, else 

m for 

„ from 

„ less (than) 

„ more (than) 

„ since 

t, to 

•i yet 
this is nothing (to) 
notice(s) (d) (by) (lng) 
due notice 
formal notice 
from date of notice 
give notice (to) 
„ the usual notice (to) 
has (have) given notice (to) 
have not given notice (to) 
.» you „ „ („) 
instruct ( — ) to give notice (to) 
insufficient notice 
is notice to be given 
legal notice 
no notice 
„ „ received 
not to notice 
„ worth notice 
notice from 

„ must be given at once 

„ of (to) 
official notice 
private ,, 
public „ 

reasonable notice must be given 
Bhort notice 
subject to notice 

„ „ the usual notice 
„ „ ( — ) net 
sufficient notice 
take particular notice 
take(s) (n) (ing) notice (of) 

»> (i») ( u ) no notice (of) 
this notice 
to our (my) notice 
„ their (his, her) notice 
„ your notice 
until further notice 
what notice 

when does the notice e. 
with notice 
„ or without notice 

„ usual notice 
without further notice 

„ notice 

„ previous no 

,, usual notice 
worth ; 

( — ) days' notice 
(■— -) ■ ice 

(— ) ye .. 

notifir: 

notify (it; ) (ied) (ing) (to) 

not yet noti 

when was it notified 

vere we (was I) not notified 
noting 

notorious (ly) 
notwith .1 1 auding 



Nothing— cont. 



anything 

our(s) (my, mine) 

that (those) 

the mding — cent. 



196 



Lobge — Losic 



notwithstan^in 



See also page 230 



Notwithstand ing — cont. 

their(s) (his, her(s), its; 
„ they (lie, she, it) 

„ this (these) 

we (I) 
„ what 

„ which 

n you 

„ your(s) 

November Set page 241 

now 

(and) now and then 
if not now 
,, now 

„ „ and then 
just now 
not just now 

„ now 
now about to 

„ at (in) 

„ or never 

,, that 

„ to 
or now 

(or) now and then 
nowhere 
nucleus 
nugget(s) 
nuggety 
nuisance 
null 

null and void 
nullify (ies) (ied) (ing) 
number(s) (ed) (ing) (:f) 
any number 
consecutive numbers 
even numbers 
(in) round numbers 
intermediate numbers 
large number(s) 
n umber (s) of 
numbers above 
„ below 
odd number(s) 
repeat number(s) 
small ,, 

the first number 13 

11 ^ast „ „ 
what is (are) the number(s) of 

„ „ the first number 

>i .1 n last „ 

„ number 
numbered from ( — ) to ( — ), both inclusive 
numberless 

numeral(s) See also page 230 

numerical (ly) 
(in) numerical order 
numerous (ly) 
O 

oath(s) 
obdurate (ly) 
obedient (ly) 
obey(s) (ed) (ing) 
object(s) (to) 
decidedly object(s) 
object on principle 
to what do they (does he, she) object 
» n »» you object 
if any object is to be gaineo 
no object to be gained 
object is 
„ of 
the principal object is (to) 
what is the object 
with the object of 
Objected (Lug) (to) Objected (ing)— cont. 



See Firm, Inflexible, Obstinate 



lokis 

lokjy 

lokka 

lokle 

lokmi 

lokno 

lokot 

lokpu 

lokuv 

lokyx 

lolar 

loles 

lolit 

lolov 

lolry 

lolsa 

lolte 

lolux 

lolvi 

lolxo 

lolzu 

lomas 

lomba 

lomce 

lomdi 

lomet 

lomfo 

lomgu 

lomhy 

Iomiv 

lomox 

lomuz 

lomyb 

lonat 

lonev 

lonix 

lonja 

lonke 

lonli 

lonmo 

lonou 

lonoz 

lonpy 

lonub 

lonyc 

loolk 

loort 

lopav 

lopex 

lopiz 

lopob 

lopse 

lopti 

lopuc 

lopvo 

lopwu 

lopyd 

lopzy 

lorax 

lorbe 

lorci 

lordo 

lorez 

lorfu 

lorgy 

lorib 

loroc 

lorud 

loryf 

losaz 

loseb 

losic 



objected to on principle Objectod (ing) — cont. 

whv are they (is he, she, it) objected to 

objection(s) (to) 

has (have) no objection (to) 

if there is any „ („ ) 

.1 11 >i no „ („) 

is ,, any objection („) 

objection being on following grounds 

„ 1 11 general „ 

principal objection (is) 
serious objections (to) 
what is (are) the (your) objection(s) (to) 
objectionable (to) (y) 
objector(s) 
obligation(s) (of) (to) 
are we (am I) under any obligation (to) 

,, you (they, is he, she) under any obligation (to) 
if not under obligation (to) 
„ under obligation (to) 
under nv „ ( „ ) 

„ obligation (to) 
obligatory (to) 
not obligatory (to) 
oblige(s) (d) (to) (ing) (ingly) 
obliterate(s) (d) (ing) See Cancel 

obnoxious 

obscure (s) (d) (ing) (ly) 
observable 
observance(s) 
MOft-observance 
observation(s) 
observe (s) (d) (by) (ing) 
been observed 
it must be observed (that) 
not been observed 
observer(s) 
obsidian 
obstacle(s) (to) 
obstinate (ly) 
obstruct(s) (ed) (ing) 
obstruction(s) 
obstructive 

obtain(s) (ed) (ing) (from) 
obtainable (at) 
if not obtainable 
„ obtainable 
not „ (at) 

,, „ under 

the utmost obtainable 
obtrude(s) (d) (ing) 
obviate(s) (d) (ing) 
obvious (ly) 
occasion(s) (al) (ally) 
another occasion 
as occasion serves 
„ on previous occasion (s) 
if there is no occasion (to) (tor) 
„ „ „ occasion (to) (for) 
is „ any „ („)(,,) 
no occasion (for) (to) 
(on) a future occasion 
on occasion(s) 
(on) that occasion 
( „ ) the next occasion 
( ii ) i» present occasion 
(„) this ccasion 
(„) which „ 
should occasion arise 
there is „ (to) 
would „ 
occluded (in) 
occupation(s) (of) 
occupier(s) (oO 
occupy (ies) (ied) (ing) 
occur(s) (red) (ring) Occur(s) {red) (ring)— cont. 



See Hinderanre, Impediment, 
[Obstruction 



See also Get 
See also Had 



See Encroach, Intrude 



Losje — Lulot 



li7 



whenever there occurs Occiip(8) (red) (ring) — cont. 


lubih 


offer(s) is (are) withdrawn Offers) — cont. 


occurrence(s) 






luboj 


„ not suitable 


October 


See 


page 241 


lubuk 


,, remains open 


octroi 






lubyl 


i> ii 11 for reply till 


odd(s) (ly) 






lucag 


„ ,, „ till cancelled 


of 






luceh 


„ subject to an immediate reply by wire 


m a (an) 






lucij 


11 to 


„ about 






lucok 


„ ,, be accepted as a whole, not separately 


„all 






lucpe 


others offer 


„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 






lucul 


positive offer 


„ either 






lucym 


shall we (I) offer 


,, neither 






ludah 


telegraph if offer is accepted or not 


Off 






ludik 


„ what offer(s) is (are) made 


„ that <'those) 






ludol 


to accept the offer(s) 


„ this (these) 






ludri 


„ offer 


offencefe) 






ludtu 


n 11 firm 


give(s) offence 






ludum 


try and get ( — ), think can fix it if have offer 


must not give offence 






ludwa 


„ to get the time extended for offer 


„ „ take „ 






ludyn 


under offer 


ofiend(s) (ed) (with) (ing) 






ludze 


we (I) make counter offer of 


offender(s) 






lufaj 


•• (11) ii firm offer of 


offensive (to) (ly) 






lufcu 


„ („) offer 


offer(s) (of) 






lufek 


„ („) repeat offer (of) 


accept offer(s) 






luffa 


what can you offer (for) 


advise repeating offer 






lufgc 


n 11 11 11 firm 


best offer 






lufil 


with firm offer 


„ „ we (I) can get (make) (is) 






lufom 


withdraw the offer 


can „ you 






lufun 


your refusal of offer 


„ you make us (me) a firm offer (of) 






lufyp 


offered (at) 


„ „ offer 






lugak 


„ by 


ii ii >> further 






lugel 


to 


„ „ repeat the offer (of) 






lugim 


we are (I am) offered (for) 


cancel our (my) offer (of) 






lugku 


offerer(s) 


cannot get the offer(s) extended 






lugma 


offering (at) 


„ make a firm offer 






lugne 


anything offering 


„ offer 






lugon 


before offering 


„ „ more 






lugpi 


if anything offering 


„ repeat offer(s) 






lugup 


„ nothing „ 


combined offer 






lugyr 


little offering 


counter offer(s) (of) 






luhal 


much „ 


do not accept offer(s) 






luhem 


nothing suitable offering 


„ „ offer 






luhin 


useless offering 


extend time of offer (until) 






luhop 


what is „ 


„ „ „ as desired 






luhsu 


who „ (are) offering 


firm offer(s) 






luhur 


offhand (ed) 


for how long is offer firm 






iuhva 


offlce(s) 


get offer(3) 






luhxe 


Colonial Office 


have got an offer of 






luhys 


Foreign „ 


„ ,, offer of commanding interest 


in 




luhzi 


Head 


>i i) it ii ii 


(- 


-) requiring 


luids 


Home „ 


„ nothing to offer 


[working capital of 


luint 


Land Registration Office 


highest offer 






lujam 


London Office 


if offer declined 






lujnu 


oflficer(s) 


„ offer(s) repeated 






lujda 


official (ly) 


„ you accept the offer (s) 






lujen 


is it official 


„ „ can get a suitable offer 






lujfe 


non- 11 (ly) 


„ „ cannot get a suitable offer 






lujgi 


not „ 


is offer 






lujip 


semi- „ (ly) 


„ „ accepted 






lujor 


(this) is official 


„ „ declined 






lujus 


ex officio 


„ „ firm 






lujyt 


officious (ly) 


,, your last offer still open 






lukan 


ofiset(s) 


keep offer open 






lukcp 


offshoot(s) 


lowest offer(s) 






lukir 
lukju 


often 


make a firm offer 






and often 


„ best possible offor(s) (for) 






lukla 


as „ as 


„ counter offer 






lukme 


•1 .. not 


no offer(s) 






lukni 


11 11 11 possible 


not under offer 






lukos 


how „ 


offer(s) declined 






lukut 


if not often 


„ for 






lukyv 


„ often 


„ is (are) accepted 






lulap 


not often 


„ „ ( „ ) too high 






luler 


too „ 


ii ii ( 11 ) ii indefinite 






lulis 


very „ 


.. i, ( „ ) „ low 


Offt 


<r(s) — cont. 


lulot 


oftener (than) Opener— cent 



128 
&BABY 

hilru 

lulta 

luluv 

lulve 

lulxi 

lulyx 

lumar 

lumca 

lumde 

lumes 

lumfi 

lumit 

lumov 

lumux 

lumyz 

lunet 

luniv 

lunka 

lunle 

lunmi 

lunox 

lunpu 

lunuz 

lunyb 

luogm 

luohn 

luold 

luorp 

luoxt 

lupat 

Iupix 

lupoz 

lupsa 

lupte 

lupub 

lupvi 

lupyc 

lupzu 

lurav 

lurba 

lurce 

lurdi 

lurex 

lurgu 

lurhy 

luriz 

lurob 

luruc 

luryd 

lusax 

lusez 

lusib 

lusja 

luske 

lusli 

lUSDU 

lusoc 

lusud 

iutaz 

luteb 

lutic 

lutod 

lutra 

lutse 

lutti 

lutuf 

lutwu 

lutyg 

luufs 

luulk 

luurt 

luvab 

luvbe 

luvci 



Lulru- 


- T.ygit 


' — This cipher is frr use only when it is desired to complst 


■ a code u 


if not oftener (than) Oftener — cont. 


luvfu 


„ oftener (than) 


luvid 


«o< „ ( „ ) 


luvug 


oh <s) 


luvyh 


old 


luxac 


old fashioned 


iuxed 


very old 

older 


luxif 


luxje 


oldest 


luxki 


omission(s) (of) 


luxmu 


omit(s) (ted) (ting) (from) 


luxny 


omitted by 


luxog 


omnium 


luxpa 


on 


luxuh 


but on 


luxyj 


not „ 


luygt 


on a (an) 


luyln 


„ about 


luyms 


„ and after 


luyrz 


„ either 


luzad 


„ neither 


luzig 


„ or 


luzoh 


„ „ after 


luzre 


„ „ before 


luzsi 


„ our(s) (my, mine) 


luzuj 


it the 


luzvu 


„ their(s) (his, hers, its) 


luzyk 


„ them (hirn, her, it) 


luzza 


„ us (me) 


lyagt 


„ what 


lyaln 


„ which 


lyams 


„ whom 


lyarz 


„ whose 


lybal 


•i you 


lybbe 


„ your(s) 


lybci 


„ yourself 


lybfu 


or on 


lybgy 


once 


lybha 


(and) at once 


lybin 


but at once 


lybop 


if at once 


lybur 


not at once 


lybys 


once and again 


lycam 


„ „ for all 


lycip 


„ in a way 


lycje 


„ more 


lycki 


or at once 


lycmu 


one 


lycny 


not one 


lycor 


of „ 


lycpa 


on „ 


lycyt 


one another 


lydan 


„ with another 


lydir 


to one 


lydos 


with one 


1yd re 


without one 


lydsi 


onerous 


lydut 


one's 


lydvu 


oneself 


lydwy 


only 


lydyv 


if not only 


lydza 


ii only 


lyehm 


„ „ they (he, she, it/ 


lyelp 


ii i> we (I) 


lyend 


ii » you 


lyerc 


net only 


lyfap 
lyfbi 


„ „ that, but 


only for 


lyfdu 


h 'f 


lyffy 


„ in 


lyfga 


„ since 


lyfot 


or only 

they (he, she, it) only 


lyfuv 
lyfyx 


we (I) only 


lygar 


you only 


lygit 



word of io letters. It has no meaning. 8«e Preface, 
onus (on) 
onward(8) 
oolite 

open(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 
are they (is be, she, it) open to 

„ you open to 
not open to 
open out 

by means of an open cut 
exposed by the „ „ 
open cut benches 

„ is ( — ) feet deep 

,. i> (— ) ii long 

ii ii ( — ) ii ii and ( — ) feet deep 

„ mullock cleared 

,, system 
what is the depth of open cut 
„ „ length „ 

„ „ „ and depth of open cut 

open(s) out 
and open out ground 
commenced to open out 
ready to open out 
so as „ „ „ 
open(s) up 
before we can open up 
when do you expect to open up 
opened out 
opening out 

making preparations for opening out 
not opening out 
„ „ „ as expected 
i> ii ii well 
opening out as expected 
„ at (— ) feet 

„ „ badly 

„ „ better than expected 

„ „ not so weli as „ 

i> ,. well 
opening up [up of 

ascertain what is being done in regard to the opening 
operate(s) (in) 
do not operate at present 
impossiblt to operate 
moment is favourable to operate 

„ „ not favourable to operate 
operated (in) 

advise if you have operated and to what extent 
operating (in) 

awaiting further instructions before operating 
stop operating 
who is operating 

operation(s) See also Transaction 

abstain from new operations 
be cautious in your „ 
can repeat the operation (at) 
„ you repeat the operation 
cannot repeat the operation (at) 
expect to resume operations 
in operation 

may we repeat the operation 
not yet in operation 
repeat the „ 

telegraph result of operation(s) 
was brought into operation 
operative(s) 
operator(s) 
operators are 
opinion(s) (of) 

according to general opinion (here) 
„ our (my) opinion 

„ their (his, her) opinion 

„ your opinion 

another opinion 
are not of your opinion Opinion(s) — eont. 



Lygji— Lyzwu 



129 



bankers* opinion Opinion(s) — cont. 

cannot form an opinion 

>. give „ „ 
for our (my) opinion 

„ their (his, her) opinion 

„ your opinion 
general opinion 
if in your opinion 
,, you are not of the same opinion 
„ „ „ of the same opinion 
in opinion of well informed parties 
(in) our (my) opinion 
in „ ( „ ) „ " no " 
„ ,..(,.) „ "yes" 
(in) their (his, her) opinion 
(„) your opinion 
it is the general opinion (that) 

„ „ „ „ with which we agree (that) 

„ „ „ „ but we (I) do not agree, ( „ ) 

no opinion 
of „ that 
public opinion 
reliable „ 
that opinion 
the directors' opinion is that 

„ lawyer's „ „ 

„ manager's „ „ 

this opinion 
what is the directors' opinion (as to) 



( 



( 



general 

tt n it lawyer's 

„ „ „ manager's „ ( „ ) 

» ii ii opinion of ( — ) (as to) 

„ „ „ public opinion ( „ ) 

„ „ your opinion (as to) 
opponent(s) (of) 
be careful that opponents (do «o») 
if opponents are 

i, ii not 

opponents are 

„ not 
„ have 

» it not 

opportune (ly) 
if opportune 

it is (was) very opportune 
opportunism 
opportunity (ies) (to) 
as opportunity offers 
at some future opportunity 
„ (by) the first favourable opportunity 
early opportunity 
every „ 

great „ (ies) 

if an „ offers 

n no „ „ 

next „ 

no „ (to) 

watch for a favourable opportunity 

„ your opportunity 
when a favourable opportunity offers 

„ is the first opportunity 
oppose(s) (d) (ing) (to) 
do not oppose it (them) 
must „ „ ( „ ) 
shall we „ „ ( „ ) 
are they (is he, she) opposed to 
„ you opposed to 

if they are (he, she, it is) not opposed to 
ii ,. i. ( >• >• ) opposed to 

„ you „ not opposed to 
„ „ „ opposed to 
not opposed to 

why are they (is he, she) opposed to 
„ „ you opposed to Opposed) (d) (ing)- 



lypta 
lypuh 
lypve 
lypwi 

lypyj 

lyrad 

lyrby 

lyrca 

lyrde 

lyref 

lyrfi 

lyrig 

lyroh 

lynij 

lyryk 

lysaf 

lyseg 

lysih 

lysjy 

lyska 

lysle 

lysmi 

lysoj 

lyspu 

lysuk 

lysyl 

lytag 

lyteh 

lytij 

lytok 

lytry 

lytsa 

lytte 

lytul 

lytvi 

lytym 

lytzu 

iyugm 

lyuhn 

lyurp 

lyusc 
lyuzt 
lyvah 

lyvba 



lyvce 

lyvdi 

lyvgu 

lyvhy 

lyvik 

lyvol 

lyvum 

lyvyn 

lywek 

lyxaj 

lyxil 

lyxke 

lyxom 

lyxun 

lyxyp 

lyzak 

lyzel 

lyzim 

lyzon 

lyzra 

lyzse 

lyzti 

lyzup 

lyzwu 



who is (are) opposing Oppose(s) (d) (Ing)— <oni 

opposite (to) 

opposition (to) 

any opposition (to) 

in opposition (to) 

much opposition (to) 

no opposition (to) 

not much opposition (to) 

opposition from 

what is the nature of the opposition 

will there be any opposition (to) 

oppress (es) (ed) (ing) (ion) 

oppressive 

opprobrium 

option(s) (of) See also Call, Put 

any option 

at option of 

(at) our (my) option 

( „ ) their (his, her) option 

( „ ) your option 

can have the option of 

„ secure option for three months on ( — ) for 
... (— )on(— )for 

„ you get the option of 
cannot get (have) the option 
do not intend exercising option 
endeavour to obtain the „ 
extend option 
extension of option 
for what period is the option 
get option for as long as possible 
have no option (of) 

„ the „ („) 

„ they (has he, she) the option (of) 

„ we (I) the option (of) 

„ you the option (of) 
if possible our (my) option 
is there any option as to 

(money spent by us during option is lost to us should 
| we not exercise option 

(money spent by us during option to be a first charge 
\ and to be recouped to us out of gold won or other- 
( wise should we exercise option 
must have the option of 
till 
no option 

1 obtain option for six months (or ( — ) months), we to 
spend £500 (or £ — ) in that period in investigating 
the property by working it or otherwise as we may 
wish 
(obtain option for ( — ) months, we to spend ( — ) in 
\ that period by working it (or) 
option can be extended for additional ( — ) months 
„ dates from [on payment of 

for 
„ has expired 
n on 
„ to 
or at our (my) option 
„ their (his, her) option 
„ your option 
secure option 
secured „ 

„ „ for ( — ) months 
shall we (I) take the option 
subject to option (of) 
take the option 

JUn rnrnin o( (— ) ra<rsir« t— ) down for (— ) month!" option. Th»y nostra ffKimaU 
1 porohftM prfo* of I— I, Including tbrvre depout li tne trasln«u U oonolad«d 

to have the option of 

IwUl •ooapt option U 70a na lot It on followls* lm km I—) montii*. Puohix 
1 prlo* I — i. Deposit of (— > on Aiooonl 

with option of 

„ „ to call 

put 

„ usual options 
without the option of 



130 



Lyzyr — Marri 



optional (to) 


mahum 


if not optional 


mahyn 


„ optional 


maigt 


is it optional 


mairz 


must be optional 


majaj 


not optional 


majek 


or 


majil 


m a (an) 


majom 


„ about 


majra 


„ above 


majse 


,, af.er 


majti 


,, again 


majun 


„ against 


majvo 


„ all 


majwu 


„ almost 


majyp 


„ altogether 


majzy 


„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 


makak 


,, ,, other 


makba 


„ as 


makce 


„ at 


makdi 


„ before 


makel 


,, behind 


makfo 


„ below 


makgu 


„ better 


makhy 


„ either 


makim 


■i else 


makon 


„ even 


makup 


,, ever 


makyr 


„ for 


malal 


„ from 


malern 


„ if 


malin 


ii „ not 


malja 


„ in 


malke 


„ into 


malli 


„ none 


malmo 


•i not 


malnu 


„ „ at all 


malop 


„ nothing 


malpy 


„ our(s) (my, mine) 


malur 


„ some 


malys 


„ that (those) 


mamam 


ii the 


mamen 


„ their(s) (his, hers, its) 


mamip 


„ them (him, her) 


raamor 


„ they (he, she, it) 


mamre 


„ this (these) 


mamsi 


H to 


mamto 


„ until 


mamus 


„ us (me) 


mamvu 


„ we (I) 


mamwy 


„ what 


mamyt 


„ when 


mamza 


ii you 


manci 


„ your(s) 


manep 


Orange River Colony 


manfu 


„ „ „ Government 


mangd 


ordain(s) (ed) (ing) See Determine, Enact, Order 


manha 


order(s) (of) 


manir 


additional orders 


manos 


advise by wire if matter is in order 


manut 


„ „ „ not in order 


manyv 


against our (my) order(s) 


maper 


any portion of the order may be executed 


mapje 


await orders 


mapki 


balance of order 


maplo 


by order and for account of 


mapmu 


.> .. of 


mapny 


„ our (my) order 


mapot 


„ „ ( „ ) „ and for account of 


mappa 


„ „ ( „ ) „ „ our (my) account 


mapuv 


„ their (his, her) order 


mapyz 


„ „ ( n ) ii aQ d for account of 


marar 


„ „ ( „ ) „ „ their (his, her) a/c 


marit 


„ whose order 


marov 


„ your order Orderis) — cont. 


marri 



by your order and for account of Order(s) cont. 
„ „ „ your account 

can execute the order(s) 

„ the order be executed 
cancel all orders 
cannot cancel order, too late 

„ execute order(s) 
combined order 
confirm our (my) order(s) 

„ your order(s) 
contrary to orders (of) 
decline the order(s) 
delay execution of orders 
discretionary order(s) 
do not accept the order(s) 
„ „ execute order(s) 
„ „ order 

except with orders to the contrary 
execute any part of this order 
„ order(s) 

,, „ as quickly as possible 

„ „ at best 

„ „ „ your discretion 

executed the greater part of the order 

„ ( — ) portion of the order 
first order 
for this order 
have cancelled order(s) 

„ no further orders 

„ „ orders for 

„ telegraphed for orders 

„ written for orders 

„ you received any orders 
hope to execute your order 
hurry execution of order 
if in order 
,, not in order 

„ you cannot execute order(s) 
„ „ execute order(s) 
„ „ have not executed our (my) order(s) 
in addition to previous orders 
„ „ „ this order 
„ „ „ unexecuted part of last order 
„ bad order 
„ good „ 
„ order 
„ „ not to 
•i ii that 
n II to 
„ „ „ enable them (him, her) (to) 

■i » ii •> us ( me ) ( l0 ) 

» „ n » you (to) 

increase order to 
independent of all other orders 
is order executed 
,, our (my) order 
„ their (his, her) order 
„ this in addition to previous orders 
„ „ „ order 

„ your last order still in force 
„ „ order 
last order 
must have orders 
no order(s) 

not according to order(s) 
„ in order 
or order(s) 

„ „ to the contrary 
order(s) accepted [bably execute at 

„ cannot be executed at your limit, but may pro- 

•• for 

„ from 

„ in force for ( — ) days 

„ „ ,, immediate reply 

till Order (s)— cont. 



Marso — Mekra 



131 



order(s) in force till cancelled 


Order(s) — cont. 


tnebuz 


country of origin Origin 


(al) (ally)— cont. 


„ to buy 




mecev 


mark with country of origin 




„ sell 




mecix 


marked ,, ,, ,, 




„ too high 




mecoz 


require the original(s) 




„ ,, low 




mecru 


sent the original (s) (to) 




others have better orders 




mecsy 


originate(s) (d) (ing) (in) 




our (my) order(s) 




mecwi 


whence does it originate 




out of order 




mecyc 


it originated in 




part of „ 




medav 


ostensible (y) 




„ orders 




medbu 


other(s) 




point of order 




medcy 


and other(s) 




provided ( — ) is (are) in order 




medda 


any other 




received orders (from) 




medex 


before others 




., to 




medfe 


every other 




referring to order(s) for (of) 




medgi 


few others 




remainder of „ 




medho 


for ,, 




repeat order(s) (of) 




mediz 


in the other 




second order 




medob 


many others 




shipped in good order and cor 


dition 


meduc 


no other(s) 




standing orders 




medyd 


of „ 




taking orders 




meegm 


one or other 




the order 




meehn 


or some ,, 




their (his, her) order(s) 




meeld 


,, with ,, (s) 




this is part of orders on hand 


[way out 


meerp 


some ,, 




>i n n 


and of others on their 


meesc 


the other(s) 




., » ., .» .. their 


way out 


meezt 


to 




„ „ the balance of your previous order 


mefax 


what are others 




„ order is a fresh one 




inefez 


,, ,, (is) the other(s) 




„ „ for account of 




mefjy 


otherwise 




„ „ in addition to that previously sent 


mefka 


cannot otherwise 




ii ii ii 11 those „ „ 


mefle 


if otherwise 




„ „ instead of 




mefmi 


or „ 




to order 




mefno 


rather ( — ) than otherwise 




„ our (my) order 




mefoc 


ought (to) 


See also Should 


„ the order of 




mefpu 


„ never 




„ their (his, her) order 




mefud 


„ not (to) 




„ your order 




mefyf 


they (he, she, it) ought (to) 




unless further orders 


[orders before 


megaz 


,. ( ,, » ) ,, not (to) 




„ otherwise instructed we (I) shall wait further 


megeb 


we (I) ought (to) 




,, you receive orders 




megic 


„ („) „ not (to) 




,, „ „ to the contrary 


megry 


you ought (to) 




until further orders 




megsa 


ii ii not (to) 




vessel to call for orders at 




megte 


ounce(s) (of) 


See also page 229 


wait further orders 




meguf 


our(s) 




waiting orders 




megvi 


for our(s) 




what order 




megwo 


not „ 




„ progress have you made \ 


'ith our (my) order(s) of 


megyg 


of „ 




which order 




megzu 


our own 




whole or part of order can be executed 


mehab 


to our(s) 




„ order to be executed or 


not at all 


mehby 


ourselves 




whose order(s) 




mehca 


for ourselves 




why have you not executed our 


(my) order(s) 


mehde 


not for ourselves 




„ „ „ order contained 


mehec 


ourselves and 




>i ii ii ii 


„ letter No. (—) 


mehfi 


to ourselves 




with firm order(s) 


[(or (— ) date) 


mehgo 


out (of) 




„ or without orders 




mehhu 


if not out 




,, order(s) 




mehof 


• • out 




without firm orders 




mehyh 


not out 




„ further orders 




meifs 


or ,, 




„ order(s) 




meilk 


out of a (an) 




„ positive orders 




meirt 


,, our(s) (my, mine) 




your order(s) 




meisd 


„ that (those) 




ordered (for) 




mejac 


,. the 




already ordered 




mejed 


,, their(s) (his, hers, its) 




not ordered 




mejif 


„ them (him, her, it) 




ordered by 




mejke 


,, this (these) 




ii on 




mejli 


,, us (me) 




to 




mejmo 


,, which 




ordinance(s) 




mejnu 


ii y° u 




ordinary (ily) 




mejpy 


,, your(s) 




in ordinary 




mejuh 


outbids) (ding) 




,, the ordinary course 




mejyj 


outbreak(s) 




out of the ordinary course 




mekad 


outbuilding (s) 




ore(s) 




mekef 


outcome (of) 




organisation 




mekig 


outcry (ies) 




organise (s) (d) (ing) (by) 




mekoh 


outer 




origin (al) (ally) (of) Origin {at) {ally)— cont. 


mekra 


outfall(s) 





132 Mekse— Midjo 

ABABY. — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code word of 10 letters. It has no meaning. See Preface. 



outfit(s) 

outgoing(s) 

outlay(s) (of) 

do not think the outlay is necessary 

» you „ „ „ „ 

gross outlay 

heavy „ 

if the outlay is necessary 

may we (I) make the outlay 

net outlay 

not a heavy outlay 

our (my) outlay 

outlay accounts 

their (his, her) outlay 

think outlay necessary 

what is the outlay 

your outlay 

OUtlet(s) (for) (of) 

outline(s) (d) (ing) 

outlook 

financial outlook 

outlying 

outnumber(s) (ed) (ing) 

output See also Returns 

a decreased output 

,, decreasing „ 

,, steady output 

actual „ 

an increased output 

„ increasing „ 

approximate „ (is) x 

better output 
can increase output 

„ reduce „ 

„ you increase output 

„ „ reduce „ 
cannot increase „ 

„ reduce „ 

curtail the output 
decreased „ due to 
estimate the output (at) 
estimated value of month's output 
expect a decreasing output 
„ an increasing „ 
„ substantial decrease in output 
•> >» increase „ ,, 

fortnightly output 
if increase in output is only small 
„ output 

„ „ decreases 
„ ii for 
„ ,, „ month 
„ „ increases 
„ „ satisfactory 
„ „ unsatisfactory 
„ total output 
„ „ „ for month 

in order to decrease output 

,, „ increase „ 
increased output due to 
is output likely to decrease 
„ „ „ increase 

it is not possible to maintain an output of more than 
„ may affect output 
ii will „ „ 

„ „ not affect output 
last month's output 
maintain output 
of decreasing output 

„ increasing „ 
output declared 

„ expected to be 

H f° r 

„ has been affected by 

„ is over 

n of 

>i ii ( — ) for ( — ) has not yet been declared 

Output — cont. 



metdu 

metfy 

metga 

metyt 

meuhm 

meulp 

meund 

meurc 

meusz 

meuth 

mevep 

mevir 

mevjo 

mevku 

mevly 

mevma 

mevne 

mevos 

mevpi 

mevut 

mevyv 

mewsu 

mexap 

mexer 

mexis 

mexot 

mexro 

mexty 

mexuv 

mexva 

me^we 

mexyx 

mexzi 

meybd 

meylz 

meynk 

meyrg 

meyst 

mezar 

mezbo 

mezcu 

mezdy 

mezes 

mezfa 

mezge 

mezhi 

mezit 

mezov 

mezux 

mezyz 

miabd 

mialz 

miank 

miarg 

miast 

mibaz 

mibeb 

mibic 

mibod 

mibro 

mibsu 

mibty 

mibuf 

mibva 

mibwe 

mibyg 

mibzi 

micbo 

miccu 

micdy 

micec 

micfa 

micge 

michi 

midac 

mided 

midjo 



Output- cont. 
output of ( — ) for ( — ) has not yet been declared, but 



satisfactory 
,, unsatisfactory 
„ will be 

„ „ affected (by) 

„ „ average 

n ii bad 

i, >, good 

total output 

for 
„ „ month 

unless decrease in output 

„ increase „ 
wbat is the monthly output 
„ „ „ output (for) 
ii •> >> ii likely to be 
„ was the „ of ( — ) for 
outrage(s) 
outright 
outset 
at the outset 
from the outset 
outside (of) 
at the outside 
outsider(s) 
outstanding(s) (at) 
all outstandings 
at present outstanding 
what are the outstandings 
outvote(s) (d) (ing) 
outward(s) (ly) 
outweign(s) (ed) (ing) 
over 

a little over 
all over 
at „ 
,, not over 
if possible over 
more or less over 
must be over 

,, not be over 
not much over 
,, over 



over a (an) 

„ again 

„ all 

,, and above 

„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 

,, either 

„ others 

,, our(s) (my, mine) 

„ that (those) 

ii the 

,, their(s) (his, hers, its) 

,, them (him, her, it) 

„ this (these) 

,, us (me) 

,, which 

„ whose 

„ you 

,, your(s) 
will be over 

,, it be over 

,, not „ „ 

overbear(s) (ing) (overborne) 
overburden(s) (ed) (ing) 
overcapitalisation 
overcapitalise(s) (d) (ing) 
overcarry (ies) (ied) (ing) 
overcharge(s) (d) (ing) 
refund the overcharge 
overcome (s) (ing) (overcame) 
overconfident 

overdo (es) (ing) (overdid) (overdone) 
overdraft(s) 
overdraw(s) (n) (ing) 



[is said to be 



(fltffc C<flvcfc<*J 



Midku — Mivix 



133 



overdue See Due 


milno 


arrange with owner(s) Owner(s) — cont. 


overestimate(s) (d) (ing) See Estimate 


milup 


as arranged with owner(s) 


overhang(s) (ing) (overhung) 


milyr 


joint owner(s) 


overhaul(s) (ed) (ing) 


mimal 


owners propose 


for usual overhaul 


mimem 


the owners will 


have started overhaul (for) 


mimin 


» » »» not 


suspended work for usual overhaul 


mimop 


who is (are) the owner(s) 


has been thoroughly overhauled 


mimra 


P 


requires overhauling 


mimse 


pace(s) 


overhead 


mimti 


pacific 


over issue(s) (d) (ing) 


mimur 


pacify (ies) (ied) (ing) 


overland 


mimvo 


. pack(s) (ed) (ing) (in) 


overlay(s) (ing) 


mimwu 


package (s) (of) 


overlie(s) 


mimys 


packet(s) (of) 


overload(s) (ed) (ing) 


mimzy 


page(s) 


overlook(s) (ed) (ing) 


minam 


paid (to) 


you must not overlook 


minba 


all paid 


overlying 


minck 


already paid 


overpay (s) (ing) (overpaid) 


mindi 


can be ,, 


over-persuade(s) (d) (ing) 


minen 


cannot be paid 


overplus 


minfo 


fully paid 


overpower(s) (ed) (ing) 


mingu 


has been paid them (him, her) 


over-production 


minhy 


„ „ „ us (me) 


overrate (s) (d) (ing) 


minip 


» ii ,. you 


overreach (es) (ed) (ing) 


minyt 


have they (has he, she) been paid 


over-remit(s) (ted) (ting) 


miofs 


ii ,, ( ,, ) paid 


overrule(s) (d) (ing) 


miolk 


„ you been paid 


overrun(s) (ning) (overran) 


miort 


„ „ paid 


oversee (s) (ing) 


miosd 


how much has been paid 


overseer(s) 


mipan 


„ ,, is to be paid 


oversell(s) (ing) (oversold) 


mipep 


„ „ will be „ 


overside 


mipir 


if not paid 


oversight 


mipja 


ii paid 


quite an oversight 


mipke 


is it paid 


overstate(s) (d) (ing) 


mipli 


may be paid 


overstep(s) (ped) (ping) 


mipmo 


must „ 


overt (ly) See Open, Public 


mipnu 


not been paid 


overtake(s) (n) (ing) 


mipos 


it paid 


overthrow (s) (n) (ing) 


mippy 


„ yet paid 


overtime 


miput 


nothing „ 


working overtime 


mipyv 


now paid 


overture(s) (for) 


mi rap 


paid by 


entertaining overtures 


mirer 


ii for 


made overtures (for) 


mirsi 


„ in full 


make no overtures (for) 


mirto 


„ off 


,, overtures (for) 


miruv 


„ through 


reject ,, 


miryx 


„ under protest 


overvaluation(s) 


mirza 


partly paid 


overvalue(s) (d) (ing) 


misar 


telegraph if not paid 


overweigh(s) (ed) (ing) See Outweigh 


misbe 


„ „ paid 


overweight (ed) 


misci 


to be paid 


overwhehn(s) (ed) (ing) 


mises 


unless ,, 


overwork(s) (ed) (ing) 


misfu 


until „ 


owe(s) (to) 


misgy 


what would be paid 


owed (by) 


misha 


when paid 


owing (to) 


misit 


„ was it paid 


chiefly owing to 


misov 


„ will it be paid 


entirely „ „ 


misux 


will be paid 


not owing (to) 


misyz 


,, not be paid 


owing by 


mitas 


pain(s) (ed) (ing) 


,, to a (an) 


mitet 


painful 




„ our (my) 


mitiv 


painter (s) 




„ that (those) 


mitje 


pair(s) (ed) (ing) 




, „ the 


mitki 


palpable (y) 




, „ their (his, its) 


mitlo 


paltry 




, „ them (him, her, it) 


mitmu 


pamphlet(s) 




, „ this (these) 


mitny 


panic 




, „ us (me) 


mitox 


panicky 




, „ which 


mitpa 


paper(s) See also Newspapers 




» 11 you 


mityb 


papier mache 




, „ your 


miugt 


par 


still owing to 


miuln 


about par 


own(s) (ed) (ing) 


miums 


above ,, 


(of) our (my) own 


miurz 


at par 


(„) their (his, her, its) own 


mivat 


below par 


(„) your own 


mivev 


not above par 


ov 


mer(s) (of) Owner(s) — cvnt. 


mivix 


„ below „ Par — cent. 



134 



MiYSo— Monne 



what is the par value 


Par — cont. 


moger 


paragraph(s) 




mogje 


paragraph i 




mogki 


ii 2 




moglo 


3 




mogmu 


4 




mogny 


5 




mogot 


6 




mogpa 


7 




moguv 


8 




mogyx 


9 




mohar 


II *° 




mohes 


» II 




mohov 


>i *2 




mohre 


.. *3 




mohsi 


14 




mohto 


J 5 




mohux 


16 




mohvu 


17 




mohxy 


18 




mohyz 


>i 19 




mohza 


„ 20 




moids 


parallel (with) 




moigh 


running parallel with 




moint 


paralyse(s) (d) (ing) 




moirl 


parcel(s) (of) 




mojas 


(in) sealed parcel(s) 




mojbi 


large parcel(s) 




mojco 


small ,, 




mojdu 


parchment(s) 




mojet 


pardon(s) (ed) (ing) 




mojfy 


pardonable 




mojga 


parent(s) 




mojhe 


pari passu 




mojox 


ranking pari passu with 




mojuz 


Paris 




mojyb 


parity 




mokat 


above parity 




mokev 


on a parity with 




mokix 


under parity 




mokji 


parliament (ary) 




mokko 


Act of Parliament 




moklu 


Houses of „ 




mokmy 


Imperial „ 




mokna 


Member of „ 




mokoz 


part(s) (of) (ed) (ing) 




mokpe 


(a) part of which 




mokyc 


any part 




molav 


for the most part 




molex 


„ (on) our (my) part 




moliz 


„ ( „ ) their (his, her) part 




molob 


„ ( „ ) your part 




molri 


great part of 




moltu 


if only part 




moluc 


in bad „ 




molvy 


„ good „ 




molxa 


11 P ar t 




molyd 


no „ 




molze 


only a part 




momax 


or any „ 




mombo 


11 part 




momcu 


small part (of) 




momdy 


some „ („) 




momez 


take part in 




momfa 


„ „ with 




momge 


that (those) part(s) 




momhi 


the greater „ 




momoc 


„ lesser „ 




momud 


this (these) „ 




momyf 


what part (of) 


[Share 


monaz 


partake(s) (n) (ing) See Participate, Receive, 


moneb 


ex parte 




monic 


partial (ly) 




monjo 


partiality 




monku 


participant(s) (in) 




monly 


participate(s) (d) (ing) (in) 




monma 


participation (in) 


Participation — cont. 


monne 



allowing a participation Participation — cont. 

ask(s) for a ( — ) participation 
do not give away ,, 

,, offer participation 
grant ( — ) participation in 
in participation (of) 
offer(s) a participation 
our participation (is) 
pool participation 
shall we offer participation 
their (his) participation (is) 
with participation (in) 
without participation (in) 
your participation (is) 
participator(s) 

particular(s) (of) (ly) See also Details 

all particulars 
be particular about 
,, very particular in (to) 
endeavour to obtain further particulars 

,, ,, particulars 

for further particulars 
full particulars 

,, ,, required 

fuller particulars 
fullest 

further ,, required 
have no further particulars 

,, you any (other) particulars 
in particular 
not sufficient particulars 
particulars are 

,, omitted 

,, to follow 

pending further particulars 
without full particulars 
,, further particulars 
,, particulars 

particularise(s) (d) (ing) 

partisan(s) 

partition(s) 

partly 

and partly 

but „ 

if partly 

or ,, 

partner(s) 

predominant partner 

sleeping partner(s) 

who are the partners 

partnership(s) 

partnership dissolved 

party (ies) (to) See also Contracting 

agree to admit party (ies) equally with us as proposed 

all parties [by you 

both parties 

each party 

is (are) not party (ies) to 

,, ( „ ) party (ies) to 

must bring in a third party equally with us 

,, give a third party ( — ) per cent, of our profits 
„ „ third parties ( — ) per cent, on the purchase 

party(ies) concerned [price 

,, named 

satisfactory to all parties 
,, ,, neither party 

these parties 

those „ 

who is (are) the party (ies) 

pass (es) (ed) (ing) (over) 

bring to pass 

come ,, 

pass (es) (ed) (ing) off 

passage(s) 

now on passage from 
„ „ „ to (you) 

take passage by steamer of Passage(s) — cont. 



Monod— Muibd 



135 



taken passage by steamer of 

passenger(s) 

passive (ly) 

passport(s) 

past 

for the past 



past as well as future 

,, or future 
patch (es) (ed) (trig) 
patchy 
patent(s) (ed) 
patentee(s) 
patience 
patient (ly) 
must be patient 
patron(s) 
patronage 
patronise(s) (d) (ing) 
pattern(s) 

pattern No. 

pause(s) (d) (ing) 
pay(s) (to) 
advise and pay (to) 
cannot pay 

„ ,, until 
do not pay 
extra „ 
full 

half „ 
instructed to pay 
may we (I) pay 
must pay 
need not pay 
no authority to pay 
offer(s) to pay 
pay at once 

„ for 

„ „ our (my) account 

„ half 

„ less 

„ my wife (Mrs. — ) 

» off 

„ on account of 

„ „ application 

„ „ „ and identification 

„ them (him, her) 

„ under discount 

„ „ protest 

,, us (me) 

„ without prejudice 

» you 
refuse to pay 
shall we (I) pay 
they (he, she, it) pay(s) 
to pay 
we (I) pay 

which amount pay (to) 
who will pay 
whom did you pay 
will not pay 

„ only pay 

.. pay 

,, „ if 

„ ,, under protest 

,, ,, without prejudice 

,, they (he, she, it) pay 

,, you pay 
you pay 
payable (to) 

have made ( — ) payable (to) 
make payable (to) 
not payable (till) 
payable at 
„ by 
„ here 



Passage(s)— cont. 



See Favour, Support 



Payable — cont. 



moxol 

moxpu 

moxum 

moxyn 

moygt 

moyln 

moyms 

moyrz 

mozaj 

mozek 

mozom 

mozry 

mozsa 

mozte 

mozun 

mozvi 

mozwo 

mozyp 

mozzu 

muagt 

mualn 

muams 

muarz 

mubaj 

mubby 

mubca 

mubde 

mubek 

mubfi 

mubhu 

mubil 

mubun 

mubyp 

mucak 

mucel 

mucim 

mucjy 

mucup 

mucyr 

mudal 

mudem 

mudry 

mudsa 

mudte 

mudur 

mudvi 

mudys 

mudzu 

mufam 

mufba 

mufce 

mufdi 

mufen 

mufgu 

mufhy 

mufip 

mufus 

mufyt 

mugep 

mugir 

mugja 

mugke 

mugli 

mugnu 

mugpy 

mugut 

mugyv 

muhap 

muher 

muhis 

muhra 

muhti 

muhuv 

muhxu 

muhyx 

muhzy 

muibd 



payable in London 

„ on 
remainder payable 
to be payable (to) 
when is ( — ) payable 

„ „ it payable 
will be payable (on) 
pay-day(s) 
last pay-day 
next „ 

,, ,, is on 
pay-day after next 
require ( — ) for next pay-day 
payee(s) 
payer(s) 
paying (to) 
after paying 
before ,, 
paying off 

„ them (him, her) 
„ us (me) 
» you 
paymaster(s) 
payment(s) (to) 
accept payment (at) 
against payment (of) 

in full 
any payment 
apply for payment to 
date of payment 
defer payment 
deferred payment(s) 
demand payment 
expect „ will be made 

„ „ „ not be made 

for payment (of) (to) 
guarantee payment(s) 
half-yearly „ (of) 

hold for payment 
in case of woH-payment 
„ full payment (of) 
.. part „ („) 
„ payment (of) 
insist on payment 
monthly payment(s) (of) 
no payment 

„ ,, has been made 
fkw-payment 
on payment (of) 
our (my) payment(s) 
part payment 
payment (s) at 
by 

„ due 

i. for 

„ guaranteed (by) 

„ in 

„ ,, advance 

„ made 

„ not guaranteed 

•• of 

„ on 

„ to lessors 

„ under discount 

quarterly payment(s) of 
receive payment 

„ ,, less 

regular „ of 
stop payment (of) 
stopped payment (of) 
suspend ,, 
suspended „ 
suspending ,, 

terms of „ (as follows) 
their (his, her) paymentfs) 
to be given up on payment 
what are the terms of payment 



Payable— cont. 



Payments) — cont. 



136 Muilz— Mybpe 

ABABY — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code word of 10 letters. It has no meaning. See Preface. 

Pay m e nt (s)— cont. 



what payment has been made 

„ „ „ promised 

why is payment refused 
with payment (of) 
without ,, (,,) 
yearly „ („) 
your payment(s) 
peace (ful) (fully) 
peaceable (y) 
peck(s) (of) 
peculiar fly) 
peculiarity (ies) 
pecuniary 
Peer(s) 
penal 

penalize(s) (d) (ing) 
penalty (ies) 
under penalty of 
what is the penalty 
pending 

,, our (my) 

„ the 

„ their (his, her, it(s)) 

,, which 

„ your 
still pending 

penetrate (s) (d) (ing) 

penny (ies) (pence) 

halfpenny (ies) 

pennyweight(s) (dwt(s).) (of) 

(at) per pennyweight 

pension(s) (ed) (ing) 

people (s) 

per 

as per 

at „ 

perceive (s) (d) (ing) 

per cent. 

how much per cent. 

per cent, discount 
,, per annum 
,, premium 
,, to ( — ) per cent. 

percentage (s) (of) 

large percentage 

moderate percentage 

small percentage 

what is the percentage (of) 

perceptible 

perception 

peremptory (ily) 

perfect (ed) (ing) 

perfectly 

perforate (s) (d) (ing) 

perform(s) (ed) (ing) 

performance(s) (of) 

in case of «o«-performance 

non-performance 

perhaps 

and perhaps 

as „ 

but 

if 

it 

or ,, 

perhaps not 

that perhaps 

there is perhaps 

they (he, she, it) might perhaps 

this perhaps 

we (I) might perhaps 

„ („) perhaps 

you might perhaps 
„ perhaps 

peril(s) (ous) (ously) 

period(s) (of) 

for a considerable period 



See also page 233 
See also page 229 



See also page 228 



See Penetrate 



Period(s) — cont. 



musew 

musif 

musjo 

musku 

musly 

musma 

musne 

muspi 

musuh 

musyj 

mutad 

mutef 

mutig 

mutoh 

mutsu 

mutty 

mutuj 

mutva 

mutwe 

mutyk 

mutzi 

muugm 

muuhn 

muuld 

muurp 

muusc 

muuzt 

muvaf 

muvbu 

muvcy 

muvda 

muvfe 

muvgi 

muvih 

muvoj 

muvuk 

muvyl 

muwok 

muxag 

muxeh 

muxij 

muxju 

muxky 

muxla 

muxme 

muxni 

muxul 

muxym 

muyfs 

muylk 

muyrt 

muysd 

muzah 

muzik 

muzol 

muzru 

muzsy 

muzta 

muzum 

muzve 

muzwi 

muzyn 

myafs 
myalk 
myasd 
mybap 

myber 

mybis 

mybji 

mybko 

myblu 

mybmy 

mybna 

mybot 

mybpe 



Period(s)— cont. 



for a further period (of) 

„ „ limited „ („ ) 

., » long 

„ „ period (of) 

„ i, „ not exceeding 

„ the period ending 

„ what period 
that period 
this 

periodical (ly) 

perish (es) (ed) (ing) 

perishable 

perjure(s) (d) (ing) 

perjury 

permanent (ly) 

is it likely to be permanent 

likely to be permanent 

unlikely to be „ 

permissible (y) 

permission (of) See also Authority, Consent, 

ask(s) permission [Sanction 

by permission (of) 

can obtain permission 

„ you obtain permission 
cannot give permission 

„ obtain ,, 
give(s) permission 
has (have) our (my) permission 

„ ( ,, ) not our (my) ,, 
have full permission (to) 

„ they (has he, she) permission (to) 

,, we (I) permission (to) 

,, you permission (to) 
if you can obtain permission (to) 

,, cannot obtain permission (to) 
obtain permission (of) (to) 
our (my) permission 
permission given 

,, refused 

refuse(s) permission (to) 
require(s) no permission (to) 

,, permission (to) 
their (his, her) permission 
they have (he, she has) permission to 
try to get permission (to) 

unless you (they, he, she) obtain permission (of) (to) 
until „ ( „ ) „ „ <„)(„) 

we (I) have permission (to) 
why is permission refused 
will they (he, she) give permissiou 

„ you give permission 
with our (my) permission 

„ permission (of) (to) 

„ their (his, her) permission 

„ your permission 
withdraw „ 

withdrawn „ 
withhold „ 

without „ (of) (to) 

you have „ (to) 

your permission 
permit(s) (ted) (ting) 
pernicious fly) 
perpendicular 
perpetrate (s) (d) (ing) 
perpetration 
perpetual fly) 
perpetuate(s) (d) (ing) 
(in) perpetuity 
perplex (es) (ed) (ing) (ity) 
perquisite(s) 
persecute(s) (d) (ing) 
persevere (s) (d) (ing) (ance) (in) 
persist(s) (ed) (ing) (in) 
persistent fly) 
person(s) 
any person 



See also Allow 

See Hurtful, Injurious, 

[Mischievous 



See Continue 



Person{s) — cont. 



MybuY — Myswu 



137 



in person 

many persons . 

other „ 

personal (ly) 

they (he, she) will personally 

we will personally 

personalty 

persuade (s) (d) (ing) 

they are (he, she is) persuaded (that) 

we are (I am) persuaded (that) 

persuasion 

persuasive (ly) 

Peru (Peruvian(s)) 

perusal 

after perusal 

for perusal and return 

„ their (his, her) perusal 

„ your perusal 
peruse(s) (d) (ing) 
perverse (ity) 
peseta(s) 
peso(s) 
pessimist 
petition(s) (ed) (ing) (for) 

(>>)(>,) against 
about to file petition 
present petition 
petitioner(s) 
petroleum 

petroleum of fair quality 

„ „ good ,, 

„ „ poor „ 

petty 

petulant (ly) 
pfennig (e) 
phenomenon (ally) 
photograph(s) (ed) (ing) 

send photographs (of) 

sending ,, („) 

phrase(s) 

physical (ly) 

physician(s) 

piastre(s) 

pick(s) (ed) (ing) (out) 

„ („)(„) up 
picul(s) (of) 
piece(s) (of) 
per piece 

piece-goods 
piecemeal 
piece-work 
piece-work system 
pier(s) 

pierce(s) (d) (ing) 
pies 
i pie 

2 pies 

3 » 

4 .. 

5 .. 

6 „ 



pile(s) 

pillar(s) 

pint(s) (of) 

pioneer(s) 

pipe(s) (of) 

steam pipe(s) 

piston(s) 

pit(s) 

pitfall(s) 

pity (ies) (ied) (ing) 

placard(s) (ed) (ing) 



Person(s) — coitt. 



See Read 



See Penetrate 
See also Anna 



mykab 

mykec 

mykof 

mykru 

myksy 

mykta 

mykug 

mykve 

mykwi 

mvkyh 

mykzo 

mylac 

m}lbu 

mylcy 

mylfe 

mylgi 

mylho 

mylif 

myluh 

mylyj 

mymef 

mymig 

mymjy 

mymka 

mymle 

mymmi 

mymno 

mymoh 

mympu 

mymuj 

mymyk 

mynaf 

myneg 

mynih 

mynoj 

mynry 

mynsa 

mynte 

mynuk 

mynvi 

mynxo 

mynyl 

mynzu 

myobd 

myoLz 

myonk 

myorg 

myost 

mypag 

mypca 

mypde 

mypeh 

mypfi 

mypgo 

myphu 

mypij 

mypok 

mypul 

mypym 

myrah 

myrik 

myrja 

myrke 

myrmo 

myrnu 

myrol 

mjrpy 

myryn 

mysaj 

mysek 

mysil 

mysom 

mysra 

mysse 

mysti 

mysvo 

myswu 



place (s) (d) (ing) (with) 

at the same place 

„ this place 

,, which place 

can place ( — ) if you can get it on reasonable terms 

,, probably place 
from the place 
(in) our (my) place 
rn place of 
,, several places 
(in) their (his, her, its) place 
(„) your place 
out of place 
place to place 
so that in place of 
take(s) (n) (ing) place 
that place (those places) 
this place (these „ ) 
unable to place 

plague 

plain (ly) 
it is not plain 
„ plain (that) 

plaintiffs) 

plan(s) (ned) (ning) 

necessary plans 

plans and specifications 

send plans 

such a plan 

that (this) plan 

working plan(s) 

plank(s) (ed) (ing) 

plant(s) (ed) (ing) See also Unit 

all the plant 

cost of plant 

,, „ ,, and machinery 
electric plant 

„ „ with ( — ) dynamos 

,, power plant 
entire plant 
expenditure on plant 
gas plant 

improved plant required 
is the plant included 
necessary plant 
new plant 
old 
plant at a fair valuation is worth 

in bad order 

„ fair „ 

,, first-rate order 

valued at 

working satisfactorily 
suction gas plant 
utmost capacity of plant 
what does the plant consist of 

,, will plant cost 
plate (s) (d) (ing) 
platform(s) 
plausible (y) (ility) 
play(s) (ed) (ing) 
plea(s) 

plead(s) (ed) (ing) 
please(s) (d) (ing) (to) (injly) 
if it does not please 
„ „ pleases 

„ they (he, she) please(s) 
„ you please 
be pleased (to) 

they are (he, she is) pleased (to) 
very pleased (to) 

„ with 

we are (I am) pleased to 
pleasure (s) 
at pleasure 
great pleasure (in) 
no pleasure (in) 



138 



Mysyp— Nalxi 



pledge(s) (d) (ing) 




nadtu 


hold in pledge 




nadum 


without a pledge (that) 




nadvy 


not now pledged 




nadwa 


pledger(s) 




nadyn 


plenipotentiary (ies) 




nadze 


plentiful (ly) 




naegm 


plenty (of) 




nachn 


plight 


See Difficulty 


naeld 


plot(s) (ted) (ting) 




naerp 


plunder(s) (ed) (ing) 




naesc 


plunge(s) (d) (ing) 




naezt 


plunger(s) 




nafaj 


plural 




nafek 


plus 




nafil 


p.m. 




nafom 


pneumatic 




nafun 


pocket(s) (of) 




nafyp 


point(s) (ed) (ing) (out) 




nagak 


another point (is) 




nagel 


at all points 




nagim 


,, this point 




nagjo 


carry our (my) point 




nagku 


,, their (his, her) point 




nagly 


,, your point 




nagma 


certain points 




nagne 


do not yield the point 




nagpi 


important point(s) 




nagyr 


make a point of 




nahal 


minor points 




nahem 


net an important point 




nahin 


on that (those) point(s) 




nahop 


„ the point of 




nahro 


,, this (these) point(s) 




nahsu 


one of the points (is) 




nahty 


that is not the point 




nahur 


,, ,, the point 




nahva 


(the) least important point (is) 




nahxe 


( ,, ) most „ „ („) 




nahys 


the point (s) is (are) 




nahzi 


this (these) point(s) 




naifs 


what are the points 




nailk 


yield the point 




nairt 


poison(s) (ed) (ing) (ous) 




naisd 


pole(s) 




najam 


police 




najbu 


policy (ies) (of) 


See also Insurance 


najcy 


approve of your policy 




najda 


do not approve your policy 




najen 


doubtful policy 




najfe 


good policy 




najgi 


is it policy (to) 




najho 


our (my) policy (ies) 




najip 


policy of government 




najor 


think it would be bad policy (to 




najus 


.» _ ,, good „ („) 




najyt 


your policy (ies) 




nakan 


polite (ly) 




nakep 


politic(s) (al) (ally) 




nakir 


do you think it politic 




nakju 


in view of the state of politics 




nakky 


on account of politics 




nakla 


state of politics 




nakme 


political prospects 




nakni 


,, situation 




nakos 


poU(s) (ed) (ing) 




nakpo 


at the head of the poll 




nakut 


pollute(s) (d) (ing) 


See Taint 


nakyv 


pool(s) 


See also Proceeds 


nalap 


agree to extension of pool 




naler 


ask ( — ) to join the pool 




nalis 


asked to join the pool 




nalot 


assist the pool by 




nalru 


at what price are the pool shares to be bought 


nalta 


n u tt i> *> >> 


,, sold 


naluv 


» >> ii have „ ,, 


been bought 


naive 


» i> >> >> ii >> 


,, sold 

Pool's) — cont. 


nalxi 



bought for account of pool Pool(s) — cont. 

buy ( — ) shares on account of pool 
by resolution of the members of the pool 
close the pool 
conditions of pool 
dissensions of pool 
do not assist pool 
,, ,, buy on account of pool 
,, „ join the pool 
,, ,, recommend pool 
,, ,, sell on account of pool 
,, „ think well of the „ 
„ you recommend pool 
duration of pool 
for pool account 

how many members are to form the pool 
,, ,, ,, have joined ,, „ 

,i „ ,, will join the pool 

,, „ shares do you hold on account of pool 
if pool 
in „ 

is it advisable to join the pool 
„ pool buying 
„ ,, formed 
„ „ selling 
,, ,, working smoothly 
it is advisable to join the pool 

,, not „ „ ,, „ 

member(s) of the pool 
of the pool 

on condition that pool be 
,, joining pool 
out of pool 
pool agreeing 
i) .> not to 

„ agreement 
,, buying 
,, dissolved 
,, for a period of 
,, formed for the purpose of 
,, has bought 
,, „ sold 
,, is not buying 
,, ,, ,, selling 
„ ,, selling 
,, not formed 
„ ,, to be dissolved 
,, ,, working smoothly 
„ shares 

,, will be dissolved 
,, working smoothly 
recommend pool (to) 
shall we join the pool 
strong pool 

telegraph names forming the pool 
the names of members of ,, „ are 
„ number of ,, ,, „ „ is 
(to) form a pool 
vendors agree to pool 
we have agreed to pool 
„ not agreed to pool 
,, refused to pool 
weak pool 
when will pool 

will pool be [for (— ) months ( 

,, ( — ) consent to pool all their shares with oursj 

„ (-) „ ,, .. ,. » .1 

pooled m [until) 

all shares have been pooled 

,, must be ,, 

,, pooled here, they must be pooled on your 
definite number of shares to be pooled [side also 
if shares are not pooled 
n ii >> pooled 
on condition that shares be pooled 
pooled for a period of 
provided shares are pooled Pooled — cont. 



Nalyx— Nefig 



139 



shares to be pooled Pooled — cont. 


navgy 


take possession Possession(s) — cont. 


to be pooled for ( — ) months 


navha 


possessor(s) 


total to be pooled 


navid 


possibility (ies) 


(will ( — ) consent to have all their shares pooled with 
\ the rest of the vendor's shares until 


navof 


is there any possibility of 


navug 


what possibility is there of 


pooling 


naxac 


possible (y) (to) 


do not recommend pooling shares 


naxed 


all that is possible 


., you „ „ „ 


naxif 


and if not „ 


pooling shares 


naxje 


,, ,, possible 


recommend not pooling shares 


naxki 


but if not possible 


,, pooling shares 


naxlo 


,, ,, possible 


poor (ly) 


naxmu 


if not ,, 


very poor 


naxny 


,, possible 


popular (ly) 


naxog 


in any possible 


popularity 


naxpa 


is it not „ (to) 


population 


naxuh 


,, ,, possible (to) 


port(s) 


naxyj 


not „ („) 


any safe port 


naybd 


possible for 


not a safe port 


naylz 


whenever possible (to) 


option ( — ) port(s) 


naynk 


would it be possible (to) 


,, i port 


nayrg 


cannot possibly 


„ 2 ports 


nayst 


for possibly 


our (my) port 


nazad 


have „ 


your port 


nazef 


„ not 


"Port Elizabeth 


nazig 


if it , 


porter(s) 


nazre 


it possibly 


porterage 


nazsi 


may possibly 


portion(s) (of) See also Part 


nazto 


might ,, 


Portugal (Portuguese) 


nazuj 


there is possibly 


position(s) (of) 


nazvu 


they are (he, she, it is) possibly 


actual position 


nazwy 


we are (I am) possibly 


are they (is he, she) in a position to 


nazyk 


which has possibly 


„ you in a position to 


nazza 


„ possibly 


better position 


neabd 


would ,, 


did (do) you know the position of 


nealz 


you are „ 


doubtful position 


neank 


post(s) (ed) (ing) 


in a bad „ 


nearg 


book post 


„ ,, good ,, 


neast 


by post 


,, ,, position to 


nebaz 


„ registered post 


„ any position 


nebeb 


parcels post 


„ our (my) position 


nebic 


post free 


„ their (his, her) position 


nebod 


post office(s) See alio Care 


,. your position 


nebro 


postage(s) 


not in a ,, to 


nebsu 


postal 


on account of position of 


nebty 


post-date(s) (d) (ing) 


„ actual position 


nebuf 


post-entry (ies) 


„ its position 


nebva 


poste restante 


our (my) position 


nebwe 


address poste restante 


present position (is) 


nebyg 


postmaster(s) 


safe position 


nebzi 


Postmaster-General 


their (his, her) position 


necab 


post-rnortem 


they are (he, she, it is) in a position to 


necbo 


post-obit(s) 


„ ( ,, „ ) not in a position to 


neccu 


postpone(s) (d) (ing) (till) 


what position 


needy 


postponement(s) (of) 


„ is the position (of) 


necec 


postscript(s) (to) 


when in a ,, to 


necfa 


potential (ly) 


your position 


necge 


pound(s) (lb(s).) (of) See also page 229 


positive (ly) (that) See also Certain 


nechi 


(at) per pound 


can say nothing positive yet (about) 


necid 


poundage 


if you are not quite positive (that) (about) 


necof 


powder(s) (ed) (ing) 


,, „ quite positive (that) (about) 


necug 


power(s) (to) 


must be positive (that) (about) 


necyh 


absolute power 


not positive (that) (about) 


nedac 


full power(s) (to) 


quite „ („)(„) 


neded 


great powers 


possess (es) (ed) (ing) 


nedif 


have power(s) (to) 


possession(s) 


nedjo 


„ they (has he, she) power to 


(already) in our (my) possession 


nedku 


„ we (I) power to 


( ,, ) ,, their (his, her) possession 


nedly 


„ you power to 


( „ ) „ your possession 


nedma 


in our (my) power 


do not give up possession 


nedne 


„ their (his, her) power 


,, take possession 


nedpi 


„ your power 


give up possession 


neegh 


is it in their (his, her) power (to) 


given up ,, 


neent 


„ „ your power (to) 


has possession been taken 


neerl 


legislative power(s) 


in possession of 


nefad 


no power to 


,, whose possession 


nefef 


power house 


not in possession of Possession(s) — cont. \ 


nefig 


„ transmitted by Power(s) — cont. 



140 Nefoh— Neyth 

ABABY — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code word of 10 letters. 



It has no meaning. See Preface. 



with power to act Power(s) — cont. 

without power to act 
power of attorney (to) 
cannot send power of attorney 
declaration of »o»-revocation of power of attorney 
do you hold power of attorney by ( — ) in favour of 
does not hold power of attorney 
fill in( — 's) name in power of attorney 
general power of attorney 
give „ „ (to) 

has „ „ been received 

have sent you a power of attorney 
holds, and is forwarding absolute power of attorney] 
„ power of attorney [in your favour to} 

in whose favour (name) is power of attorney to be) 
joint and several power of attorney [made} 

power of attorney contains full power (to) 

n „ „ limited power (to) 

,, „ „ power of substitution 

„ „ does not contain power (to) 

„ „ forwarded 

,, „ in favour of 

„ „ in favour of manager of (— ) for the time being 

„ „ ., your favour (or in favour of — ) will be sent 

„ „ not in order 

,, ,, „ yet received 

„ ,, useless as it is not 

„ „ will be required 

„ ,, „ not be required 

received power of attorney 
send another power of attorney 
full power of attorney 
,, „ „ made irrevocable (for) 

fuller „ ,, 

power of attorney in favour of [substitution 
>> » ,. „ ( — ) including 

special power of attorney 

(the parties here for — ) request (— ) to act for them in his business under power of 
1 attorney. Will they (he) act 

we (I) bold absolute power of attorney in your favour to (— ) and are 

powerful (ly) [(am) posting it on 

powerless 

practicable (ility) 

do not think it practicable 

t » you „ „ „ 

{{not practicable 

,, practicable 

it is not practicable 

think it ,, 

when practicable 

practical (ly) 

practice(s) 

practise (s) (d) (ing) 

praise(s) (d) (ing) 

precarious (ly) 

precaution(s) (ary) 

by way of precaution 

take every ,, 

precede(s) (d) (ing) 

precedence (of) 

take precedence of 

precedent 

as a precedent 

do not take as a precedent 

precious 

precipitate (s) (d) (ing) (ly) 

precise (ly) 

be very precise 

must be more precise 

not precise enough 

preclude(s) (d) (by) (ing) 

predecessor(s) 

predicament(s) 

predict(s) (ed) (ing) 

predisposed (to) 

predominance 

predominant (ly) 

predominate(s) (d) (ing) 



nenhy 

nenip 

nenor 

nenus 

nenyt 

neofs 

neolk 

neort 

neosd 

nepan 

nepep 

nepir 

nepja 

nepke 

nepli 

nepmo 

nepnu 

nepos 

neppy 

neput 

nepyv 

nerap 

nerer 

nersi 

nerto 

neruv 

neryx 

nerza 

nesar 

nesbe 

nesci 

nesdo 

neses 

nesfu 

nesgy 

nesha 

nesit 

nesov 

nesux 

nesyz 

netet 

netiv 

netje 

netki 

netlo 

netmu 

netny 

netpa 

netuz 

netyb 

neugt 

neuln 

neums 

neurz 

nevat 

nevev 

nevix 

nevoz 

nevub 

nevwa 

nevyc 

nexav 

nexbi 

nexco 

nexdu 

nexex 

nexfy 

nexga 

nexhe 

nexiz 

nexob 

nexuc 

nexyd 

neynd 

neyrc 

neyth 



pre-emption 

preface(s) 

prefer(s) (red) (ring) (to) 

do they (does he, she) prefer not to 

., h ( „ „ ) „ (to) 

„ you prefer not to 

(to) 
if they (he, she) prefer(s) not to 
„ „ ( „ ) „ (to) 
„ you prefer not to 

M „ „ (tO) 

much ,, („) 

prefer not (to) 

which do they (does he, she) prefer (to) 

,, ,, you prefer (to) 
preferable (y) 
preference (for) 
fraudulent preference 
in preference to 
undue preference 
without preference (to) 
would give preference to 
preferential 
prefix (es) (ed) (ing) 
prejudge(s) (d) (ing) 
prejudice(s) (d) (ing) 

(but) without prejudice (to) 

prejudicial (ly) (to) 
preliminary (ies) 
premature (ly) (to) 
premeditate(s) (d) (ing) (ion) 
premier (of) 
premises 
freehold premises 
leasehold „ 
new premises 
old 

repairs to premises 
premium(s) (of) 
at a premium (,,) 
,, what premium 
extra premium (of) 
what is the premium 

preoccupy (ies) (ied) (ing) 

prepaid 

preparation(s) 

in preparation 

preparatory (to) 

prepare(s) (d) (ing) (for) 

be prepared (lor) 

quite prepared (for) 

we are (I am) not prepared to 

prepay(s) (ing) (prepaid) 

prepayment(s) 

preponderance 

preponderant 

preponderate(s) (d) (ing) 

preposterous (ly) 

prerogative 

prescriptive 

presence 

present(s) (ed) (ing) (to) (ly) 

all present 

and at present 

„ the „ 
at present 
but at present 
do not „ 
for the „ 
if at present 
„ not at present 
„ ,, present 
„ present 
not at present 



Sic Prepay 



present again 

and future 



Present® {ed) (ing) (ly)—cont. 



Nezax — Nipne 



present at Present(s) (ed) (ing) (ly) — cont. 

that may present itself 

to present 

up to the present 

with ,, „ 

or presently 

presentation(s) (of) 

after presentation ( ,, ) 
on „ („) 

without „ ( „ ) 

preserve(s) (d) (ing) (ation) 
to preserve 
preside(s) (d) (ing) 
President(s) (of) 

Yice-Presidcnt(s) 

press (es) (ed) (ing) 

financial press 

press commenting favourably 

„ „ unfavourably 

„ friendly 

„ hostile 
pressure(s) 
bring no pressure to bear 

„ pressure to bear 
high „ 

low „ 

without undue pressure 
prestige 
presumable (y) 
presume(s) (d) (ing) (that) 
do not presume (to) 
„ they (does he, she) presume (to) 
„ you presume (to) 
may they (he, she) presume (that) 

„ we (I) presume (that) 
presume it can be 
„ „ cannot be 
„ that they (he, she, it) 
„ we (I) 

» ., you 

they (he, she) presume (ihat) 
we (I) may presume (that) 

„ („) presume that 

„ G,) >• » we (I) may 

you presume that 

„ „ „ we (I) can 

are they (is he, she) right in presuming that 

„ we (am I) right in presuming that 

„ you right in presuming that 
they are (he, she is) not right in presuming that 

„ „ ( „ „ ) right in presuming that 
we are (I am) not right in presuming that 

„ „ ( „ ) right in presuming that 
you are not right in presuming that 

„ „ right in presuming that 
presumption 
presumptive 
pretence (s) 
under no pretence whatever 

,, some pretence 
pretend(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 
pretension(s) (of) 
pretext(s) 
as a pretext 

prevail(s) (ed) (ing) (on) 
prevalent 

prevaricate (s) (d) (ing) (ion(s)) 
prevent(s) (ed) (ing) (from) 
endeavour to prevent 
if nothing prevents 
it (is) was impossible to prevent 
know of nothing to prevent 
not to prevent 
prevent if possible 
to prevent 
unable to prevent 
unless you know of anything to prevent 

Prevent{s) (ed) (ing) — cont. 



nihki 

nihlo 

nihmu 

nihny 

nihon 

nihpa 

nihup 

nihyr 

nijal 

nijem 

nijin 

nijop 

nijri 

nijso 

nijtu 

nijur 

nijvy 

nijwa 

nijys 

nijze 

nikam 

nikbi 

nikco 

nikdu 

niken 

nikfy 

nikga 

nikhe 

nikip 

nikor 

nikus 

nikyt 

nilep 

nilir 

nilji 

nilko 

nillu 

nilmy 

nilna 

nilos 

nilut 

nilyv 

nimap 

nimer 

nimis 

nimot 

nimro 

nimsu 

nimty 

nimuv 

nimva 

nimwe 

nimyx 

nimzi 

ninar 

ninbo 

nincu 

nindy 

ninevv 

ninfa 

ninge 

ninhi 

ninit 

ninov 

ninux 

ninyz 

niold 

niorp 

niosc 

niozt 

nipet 

nipiv 

nipjo 

nipku 

niply 

nipma 

nipne 



141 

Prevent(s) (ed) (ing)— cont. 

could not be prevented 
prevented by 
succeeded in preventing 
preventable 
prevention (of) 
previous (ly) (to) 

and previous to 

as previously 

price(s) (of) See also Quotation 

a better price 

about last price 

„ same „ 
at about this price 
,, any price 
,, best ,, 
,, last ,, 
,, same „ 
„ what ,, 
average price 
best price 

buying price (here is) 
cash price 
closing price(s) 
consider present price(s) 
fair price(s) 
fall in price(s) 
good „ 
high 

higher „ 
highest „ 

if price(s) is (are) high 
„ „ » ( ,. ) low 
,, „ ,,(,,) moderate 
in consequence of high prices 
„ ,, low 

invoice price(s) 

is there any change in price(s) 
issue price 
last price(s) 
low „ 
lower „ 
lowest „ 

making up price (s) 
market price(s) 

may be able to obtain bettei priced 
middle price (s) 
net price(s) 

no alteration in price(s) 
„ price 

nominal price (is) 
opening and closing prices 

„ price (s) 
present „ (of) 
price(s) current 
„ for 
„ is 
revised price 
rise in price(s) 
samo price 
selling ,, (here is) 
telegraph closing price(s) 

„ opening „ 

„ ,, and closing prices 

„ price(s) of 

„ sales and prices 

to influence prices 
unless price(s) 
up to what price 
upset price 
what is the price ot 
priced (ing) 
prima facie 
primage 
prime(s) (d) (ing) 
Prince(s) 
Princess (es) 
principal(s; Principalis)— cont. 



142 



Nippi — Nolfa 



See Council 



is principal Principal(s) — cont. 

principal and interest 

„ guaranteed by 

„ repayable 
undisclosed principals 
who guarantees principal 
principally 
principle(s) 
general principle(s) 
in principle 
not on principle 
object on principle 
on principle 
such principles 
vital ,, 
without principle 
print(s) (ed) (ing) (er(s)) 
prior (to) 
if not prior to 
„ prior to 
not ,, „ 
priority (of) 
prison(s) 
private (ly) 
consider this as private 

for your private information but with a view to publicity if deemed desirable 
„ „ „ „ communicateil to (— ) if youdeemit advisable 

„ „ „ „ only 

in private 

private and confidential 
privilege(s) (d) 
privy 

prize (s) (d) (ing) 
pro(s) 
probability (ies) (of) 

if there is any probability (of) 
» no „ („) 

(in) all probability 
is there any probability (of) 
some probability (of) 
there is a probability (of) 

,, every probability (of) 

„ no probability (of) 
probable (that) (y/ 
as it is probable (that) 
be probable 
if not probable 
„ probable 
is it probable (that) 
it is not probable (that) 

,, probable (that) 
most „ ( „ ) 
what is the probable 
(and) is probably 
( ,, ) will (shall) probably 
(„)„(„) „ not 
but probably 
could probably (be) 
have „ 
if probably 
it „ has 

is 
„ „ was 
„ „ would 
may „ 
most „ 
or probably 
there is probably 

„ . no 
they (he, she, it) probably 
very probably 
we (I) „ 
which „ 
would probably 

» » nat 

you probably 
probate 



Probate — cont. 



nocza 

nodar 

nodci 

nodew 

nodfu 

nodgy 

nodha 

nodov 

nodyz 

noehm 

noelp 

noend 

noesz 

noeth 

nofas 

nofet 

nofiv 

nofpe 

nofuz 

nofyb 

nogev 

nogix 

nogoz 

nogri 

nogso 

nogtu 

nogub 

nogvy 

nogwa 
nogyc 

nogze 

nohav 

nohbi 

nohdu 

nohex 

nohfy 

nohga 

nohhe 

nohiz 

nohuc 

nohyd 

noibd 

noilz 

noink 

noirg 

noist 

nojax 

nojez 

nojku 

nojly 

nojma 

nojne 

nojoc 

nojpi 

nqjud 

nojyf 

nokaz 

nokeb 

nokic 

nokod 

nokro 

noksu 

nokty 

nokuf 

nokva 

nokwe 

nokyg 

nokzi 

nolab 

nolbo 

nolcu 

noldy 

nolec 

nolfa 



probate exhibited Probate — cont. 

„ registered 
require exhibition of probate 
probation (al) (ary) 
on probation 
problem(s) 
problematic (al) 
procedure 

proceed (ed) (ing) (against) 
do not proceed further 
ready to proceed (with) 
unable ,, ( „ ) 

before proceeding 

proceeds (of) See also Pool 

gross proceeds 

net ,, [portions 

proceeds of sale will be divided in following pro- 
f >> >. »» >> >> the proportions 

( which each person's shares bear to all shares pooled 
provided proceeds are 
total proceeds 
what are the proceeds 

process (es) See also Treating 

a new process 
by an improved process 
have tried the new process, and found it 
proclaim (s) (ed) (ing) 
proclamation(s) 
procrastinate(s) (d) (ing) (ion) 
procurable See Obtainable 

procuration 
per procuration 

procure(s) (d) (ing) See Get, Obtain 

produce(s) (d) (ing) 
estimated to produce 
produce markets 
what is it estimated to produce 
have commenced producing 
producing stage 
product(s) 
production (s) (of) 
cost of production 
future „ 

monthly „ 
on production of 
our opinion is that production 
past production 
present production 
production decreasing 
„ for 

„ „ last ( — ) weeks (is) 

„ „ „ month (is) 

„ „ this month (is ( — )) 

„ „ ( — ) months (is ( — )) 

,, increasing 

„ is likely to be large 

,, » ,> » small 

„ stationary 

rate of production 
require ,, of 

subject to the production of 
tin production 
total 

what is the average production 
,, „ ,, estimated ,, (of) 

„ ,, ,, monthly „ 
,, ,, ,, production (of) 
„ „ „ for 

,, ,, ,, total production 
productive (of) 

profess (es) (ed) (ing) (ly) (or(s)) 
profession(s) (al) (ally) 
profit(s) (of) (ed) 

and profit(s) 

any „ 

at a profit of 

„ what profit Profit (s) (ed)—cont. 



Nolge— Nufje 



143 



decreased profit (s) (due to) Profit(s) (ed)— cont. 
estimate (s) of profit for half-year 
estimated profit(s) 

„ $ 
fair profit(s) 
future „ 
good „ 
gross „ 

half-year's profit (s) 
if at a profit 
,, with no profit 
including half-year's profit(s) 
increased profit(s) (due to) 
large profit (s) 
leaves a good profit 

„ „ small „ 

„ little or no profit 

,, profit (of) 
moderate profit(s) 
net profit(s) 



profit for half-year (is) 

„ „ „ likely to be 

„ „ month (is) 

„ „ „ as per revenue return 

„ „ quarter (is) 

„ „ year (is) [and general expenses 

„ „ ( — ) after deducting European, head office, 

„ ,, (— ) (is) 

„ likely to be 

„ on 
this gives a profit of ( — ) over and above expenses 
total working profits 
unless at a profit 
what are the half-year's profits 

i, » ,. ., » likely to be 

ii n „ profits for 

„ is „ profit 
with profit (of) 
without a profit 
year's profits 

profit and loss 
balance ot profit and loss (Is) 

„ „ „ „ „ is (— ). Bad debts 

„ „ „ „ ,. ii ( — )• » ., (—-), amount to beallowl 
profit and loss account [for doubtful debts shoul ; be 

, „ (profit) 

„ ii .. ., (loss) 

what is your profit or loss for the half-year 

H ii »> !> i> ii >i ii y ear 
profitable (to) (y) 
not profitable (to) 
promises to be very profitable (to) 
profiting (by) 
profiting by the fall 

,i ■• rise 

pro forma 
profound (ly) 
profuse (ly) 
programme (s) 
progress (es) (of) (ed) (ing) 
fair progress 
good „ 

keep us (me) well advised of progress 
making no progress 

„ progress 
no progress 
of „ 

report of progress 
what progress have you to report 
why do you not report progress 
progressive 

prohibit(s) (ed) (ing) (from) (ive) 
prohibition(s) 
project(s) (ed) (ing) 
projection 



no vim 

novja 

novke 

novli 

novmo 

novnu 

novon 

novpy 

novup 

novyr 

nowse 

noxal 

noxem 

noxin 

noxop 

noxra 

noxti 

noxur 

noxvo 

noxwu 

noxys 

noxzy 

noyfs 

noylk 

noyrt 

noysd 

nozam 

nozba 

nozdi 

nozen 

nozfo 

noz£u 

nozhy 

nozip 

nozor 

nozus 

nozyt 

nuafs 

nualk 

nuart 

nuasd 



nubam 

nuben 

nubja 

nubke 

nubli 

nubnu 

nubpy 

nubus 

nucep 

nucir 

nucos 

nucra 

nucse 

nucti 

nucut 

nucvo 

nucwu 

nucyv 

nuczy 

nudba 

nudce 

nuddi 

nuder 

nudgu 

nudhy 

nudis 

nudot 

nuduv 

nudyx 

nufes 

nufit 

nufje 



prolific 

prolong(s) (ed) (ing) 

prominent (ly) 

promiscuous (ly) 

promise (s) (d) (ing) (to) 

do not make any promises 

does not promise well 

full of promise 

if any „ has been given 

,, no „ ,, ,, 

,, they (he, she) promise not to 

„ „ ( „ ) .. to 

,, we (I) promise not to 

,, „ (,,) ,. to 

,, you promise not to 

,, ,. ,i to 

must keep to our (my) promise 

„ „ their (his, her) promise 

„ „ your promise 
no promise has been given 
not to promise 
promise(s) not to 
what did they (he, she) promise 

„ you promise 
have they (has he, she) promised (to) 

„ „ ' ( ,, ,, ) ,, not (to) 

„ you promised (to) 

ii n ii not (to) 

promissory note(s) (of) 
joint and several promissory note(s) 

,, promissory note(s) 

promote(s) (d) (ing) 
promoter(s) 
promotion(s) 
promotion money 
„ profits 

prompt(s) (ly) 

must be prompt 

not been prompt enough 

prompted (ing) (by) 

promptitude 

promulgate(s) (d) (ing) 

promulgation 

pronounce(s) (d) (ing) 

pronouncement(s) 

proof(s) 

require proof (of) 

with proof 

without proof 

propel(s) (led) (ling) 

proper (ly) 

property (ies) See also Develop, Inspect, Negotia- 

adjacent property |_tions, Transfer 

all parts of the property 

although the property 

at the property 

buy the property 

can get refusal of the property 

,, secure the whole ,, for 
„ (— ) of the 

,, you float the property 

,, ,, get refusal of the property 
cannot float the property here 

,, get refusal of the property 
condition of the property 
consider full value of the property to be 

,, the property 
develop „ „ 

different property (ies) 

do not close the purchase or bargain for property 
until you are satisfied there will be (or until the 
following is done or arranged) 
do not think property worth attention 

i, you „ >i 11 ii 

does not recommend the property 

„ the property contain 

„ ( — ) report favourably on the property 

Properly (ies) — cont. 



[Publish 

See Announce, Declare, 

See Announcement 



144 



Nufki 



ABABY — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to cotnpl 

Property (ies)— cont. 
does ( — ) report unfavourably on the property 
drop negotiations for the property 
examination of property 
examine the property 
fixed property 
floating the property 

(following property is to be sold. Consider you 
\ ought to secure same 
for the property 
freehold „ 
from the „ 

get ( — ) to inspect property 
„ ( — ) „ „ „ and telegraph report 

(has (have) refusal of the propertyfor ( — ), after which 
( we (I) have the refusal (till) 
has inspected the property 
„ „ „ „ and reports 

„ not inspected the property 
have not purchased the property 

„ „ yet settled with the owner of the property 

„ personally inspected the property 

„ purchased the property 

„ refusal of property 

„ „ „ remainder of property 

„ sent ( — ) to inspect the „ 

„ settled with owner of the „ 

(hereby give you full authority to deal with foregoing 
property on best obtainable terms in cash and/or 
shares, and to execute contracts in my (our) 
name(s), accordingly you have full discretionary 
powers (to) 
if property 
is the property freehold 

„ „ leasehold 

leasehold property 

made thorough examination of the property 
make 

obtain independent report on the property 
of the property 
offered the following property 
on the property (of) 

others are anxious to secure the property 
outlying property (ies) 
owing to the property (being) 
owners of property 
part of the „ 

parties refuse to allow us to examine property 
personal property 
portion of the property 
price of the property (is) 
property adjoins 

„ consists of 

„ does not include 

„ free from mortgage 

„ includes 

„ is favourably situated 

„ „ not favourably situated 

„ „ on Government land 

„ „ „ private land (farm) 

„ „ registered 

„ „ worth 

„ mortgaged 

» of 

„ registered in name of 

,, valued at 
real property 

reported that the property is 
reports favourably on the property 

„ that the property 

„ unfavourably on the property 

„ upon the property 
satisfied ( — ) is a good property and recommend 

you to secure ( — ) share in same on following 

conditions 
sending ( — ) to inspect the property 
some parts of the property are 
survey of property Property {Us)— cont. 



— Nuxup 

rte a code word of 10 letters. 



numug 

nunac 

nuned 

nunif 

nunog 

nunsu 

nunty 

nunuh 

nunva 

nunxe 

nunyj 

nunzi 

nuobd 

nuolz 

nuonk 

nuorg 

nuost 

nupad 

nupcu 

nupdy 

nupef 

nupfa 

nupge 

nu phi 

nupig 

nupuj 

nupyk 

nuraf 

nurih 

nurju 

nurky 

nurla 

nurme 

nurni 

nuruk 

nusag 

nusij 

nusok 

nusru 

nussy 

nusta 

nusul 

nusve 

nuswi 

nusym 

nutah 

nutbu 

nutcy 

nutda 

nutfe 

nutgi 

nutik 

nutol 

nutum 

nutyn 

nuuds 

nuugh 

nuunt 

nuurl 

nuvaj 

nuvek 

nuvil 

nuvjy 

nuvka 

nuvle 

nuvmi 

nuvom 

nuvpu 

nuvun 

nuvyp 

nuwak 

nuxel 

nuxim 

nuxon 

nuxte 

nuxup 



It has 110 meaning. See Preface. 

Property (ies)- cont. 
telegraph value of the property 

,, your opinion of the property 
„ . .(— *s) „ 
(the) adjoining property 
tin bearing property 
to open up the property 
,, prove the property 
,, the property 
valuable property 
valuation of the property does not justify 

i) ii >> justifies 

value of property 

what is the description of the property 
„ „ ,, extent of the property 
„ „ „ rent „ „ „ 
„ . „ „ tenure „ „ „ 
„ „ „ very lowest price for the property 
„ „ your estimate of value of property 
., „ (— *s) „ „ „ „ „ 
when property is 
where is the property situated 
whole length of the property 

,, of the property 
will probably prove good propertv if 
,, entertain purchase of property 
„ lose the property if not sharp 
„ not entertain purchase of property 

„ you „ „ „ „ 

„ the property bear examination 
propitiate(s) (d) (ing) 

propitious (ly) See Favourable 

proportion(s) (of) (to) 
if in proportion (to) 
in proportion (to) 

„ the proportion of 

„ „ same proportion (as) 
our (my) proportion (is) 
their (his, her) proportion (is) 
to be divided into equal proportions 

„ „ proportions of 

what is (are) the proportion(s) 
your proportion (is) 

proportional (ly) 
proposal(s) (of) 

accept the proposal(s) 

any proposal (s) 

awaiting proposal(s) 

cannot entertain the proposal (s) 

„ make any proposal(s) 
conditionally that satisfactory proposal(s) be made 
consider the proposals 
decline ,, (these) proposal(s) 
do not understand the ,, 
if proposal(s) be 
„ some satisfactory proposal 
is the proposal accepted 

„ „ entertained 

make a (some) proposal 
must have a more definite proposal 
no proposal 

„ ,, has been made 

not open to a proposal 

open to proposal (s) 

our (my) proposal (is) 

proposal (s) to 

such a proposal 

their (his, her) proposal (is) 

various proposals 

what is the proposal 

with reference to proposal 

would a proposal be considered 

your proposal (is) 

propose(s) (d) (ing) (to) 

do they (does he, she) propose not (to) 

„ ,, ( .. ) ., (to) 

„ you propose (to) 

„ „ „ not (to) Proposed) (d) (tog)— cont. 



Nuxvi — Nyrly 



145 



have nothing to propose Propose(s) (d) (ing) — cont. 
„ they (has he, she) anything to propose 
„ you anything to propose 
not to propose (to) 
propose(s) not to 
they (he, she) propose(s) (to) 
to propose 
we (I) propose (to) 
when do they (does he, she) propose (to) 

„ you propose (to) 
you propose (to) 
as proposed (by) 
is it „ to 
it is „ „ 

,, was „ „ 

proposed by 
what is proposed (by) 
which was „ ( „ ) 
proposer(s) 
proposition(s) 
a fair propositi n 
agree to the proposition (s) (of) 
an unfair proposition 
decline the „ (s) (of) 

proprietary (ies) 
proprietories) 
pro rata 
allotted pro rata 
distribute pro rata 
distributed „ 
prorogue(s) (d) (ing) 
prosecute(s) (d) (ing) 
prosecution 
prosecutor(s) 
Public Prosecutor 
prospect(s) (of) 
advises better prospects 
as prospects do not seem to improve 
n >> seem improving 

ti ii ,, to be getting worse 

can see no prospects of 
every prospect of 
future prospects (of) 
if any immediate prospect(s) (of) 
,, prospects are 
ii ., „ not 

„ you can see any prospect of doing better 
„ „ think there is any prospect of success 
is there any prospect of 
no immediate prospect(s) (of) 
„ prospect (s) of 
prospects about the same 

„ are favourable 

„ „ not favourable 

„ „ very „ 

,, „ ,, unfavourable 

„ encouraging 

„ look a little better 

„ „ very well 

„ not quite so good 

„ „ encouraging 

„ „ payable 

„ very poor 
small prospect (of) 
some „ ( „ ) 
unless prospects 

what is (are) the prospect(s) (of) 
prospected 
prospecting (for) 
prospective (ly) 
prospector(s) 
prospectus (es) 
according to the prospectus 
approved prospectus 
for prospectus 
prospectus generally liked 

,, not generally liked Prospectus (es) — cont. 



nyhce 

nyhdi 

nyhed 

nyhhy 

nyhif 

nyhog 

nyhuh 

n.vhyj 

nyiln 

nyims 

nyirz 

nyjad 

nyjef 

nyj'g 
nyjki 
nyjny 
nyjoh 
nyjpa 

n >'J u J 

nyjyk 

nykaf 

nykeg 

nykih 

nykoj 

nykre 

nykuk 

nykwy 

nykyl 

nykza 

nylag 

nylbe 

nylci 

nyleh 

nylgy 

nylha 

nylij 

nylok 

nylul 

nylym 

nymah 

nymik 

nymji 

nymmy 

nymna 

nymol 

nympe 

nymum 

nymyn 

nynaj 

nynek 

nynil 

nynom 

nynri 

nynun 

nynvy 

nynxa 

nynyp 

nynze 

nyohm 

nyolp 

nyond 

nyosz 

nypak 

nypbi 

nypel 

nypfy 

nypga 

nyphe 

nypim 

nypon 

nypup 

nypyr 

nyral 

nyrem 

nyrin 

nyrly 



Prospectus (es) — cont. 
prospectus not yet issued to the public 

,, will be „ 

,, „ not be issued 

when will prospectus be issued 
prosper (s) (ed) (ing) (ity) 
prosperous (ly) 
not prosperous 
very „ 

protect(s) (ed) (ing) 
do your best to protect 
protection 
for our (my) protection 
„ their (his, her) protection 
„ your protection 
no protection 
protective 
protectorate(s) 
pro tempore 

protest(s) (against) See also Accept, Paid, 

allow under protest [Pay, Sign 

do not protest 
enter(s) (ed) (ing) a protest 
note protest 
protest against this 

„ noted 
to protest 
under protest 

protested (protesting) (against) 
after protesting (against) 
before ,, ( „ ) 

protester(s) 
protocol(s) 
protocolization 
protocolize(s) (d) (ing) 
protract(s) (ed) (ing) 
protrude (s) (d) (ing) (from) 
protrusion (of) 
proud (ly) 
prove (s) (d) (ing) 
if it does not prove 

,, proves 
provide(s) (d) (ing) (against) (for) 
so as to provide (against) (for) 
have (has) not provided (for) (against) 

,, you provided (for) (against) 
if not provided (for) (against) 
„ provided (for) (against) 
must be provided (for) (against) 
not provided (for) (against) 
provided by 

». if 

,, it is absolutely necessary 

n only 

„ that 

„ they (he, she it) 
we (I) 

„ you 

province(s) (ial) 

proving See Prove 

provision(s) (for) (ed) (ing) 

made provision (for) 

„ no provision (for) 
make provision (for) 

„ no provision (for) 
provisional (ly) 
proviso (s) 

with a (the) proviso (that) 
provocation(s) 
provokers) id) (ing) 
proximity (to) 
proximo 
proxy (iesfl 
by pro;;y 
collect proxies 
do not collect proxies 

,, require 

,, send out .. Proxy (ies)— cont. 



146 



Nyrma — Obsip 



English stamped proxy forms Proxy (ies) — cunt, 

form of proxy 

hold proxy(ies) for about 

proxy forms 

require proxy(ies) 

vote by proxy 

we are forwarding by next mail ( — ) proxies in favour of 

prudent (ly) 

consider it prudent (to) 

do not consider it prudent (to) 

is it prudent (to) 

not „ (,,) 

public (ly) 

do not make it public 

has it been made public 

not well received by the public 

,, yet made public 
well received by the public 
publication(s) (of) 
after publication 
before „ 
for publication 
not for publication 
publication delayed 
publicity 

publish (es) (ed) (ing) (er(s)) 
puff(s) (ed) (ing) 
pull(s) (ed) (ing) 
pulp(s) (ed) (ing) 
pulsometer(s) 
pulverise (s) (d) (ing) 
pulveriser (s) 
pump(s) 
pumping 
puncheon(s) (of) 
punctual (ly) 

punish (es) (ed) (ing) (able) (ment(s)) 
punt(s) (ing) 
punter(s) 
puppet(s) 

purchase(s) See also Buy 

can recommend the purchase for ( — ) cash 

.1 .. „ „ „ ( — ) „ and (—) shares 

•» »» ,, „ „ ( — ) shares 

„ you cancel purchase 

(can you join us (me) in a purchase of ( — ), cash re- 

1 quired from each of us 

cancel purchase(s) 

cancelled purchase(s) 

cannot cancel purchase(s) 

complete purchase without delay 

do not recommend the purchase for cash 

hurry purchase(s) 

large „ 

last purchase 

moderate purchase(s) 

our (my) „ 

purchase will not be completed until survey made 

repeat purchase(s) (of) 

small purchase(s) 

strongly recommend(s) purchase (at) 

telegraph purchases 

,, „ with prices and fullest particulars 

the deposit is to form part of the purchase price if the) 
their (his, her) purchase(s) [business is completed] 
this payment is not to form part of the purchase 

>» i> »i »• ii ii H but is 

total amount of purchase(s) [for expenses 

what are your purchases 
years purchase 
your purchase (s) 

purchaser(s) See Buyer 

pure (ly) 
purer 
purest 

purify (ies) (ied) (ing) 
purity 



obdud 
obdyf 

obeji 

obeko 

obelu 

obemy 

obena 

obepe 

obfaz 

obfeb 

obfic 

obfod 

obfuf 

obfyg 

obgab 

obgec 

obgid 

obgof 

obgug 

obgyh 

obhac 

obhed 

obhif 

obhog 

obhuh 

obhyj 

obiri 

obiso 

obitu 

obivy 

obixa 

obize 

objad 

objef 

objig 

objoh 

objuj 

objyk 

obkaf 

obkeg 

obkih 

obkoj 

obkuk 

obkyl 

oblag 

obleh 

oblij 

oblok 

oblul 

oblym 

obmik 

obmol 

obmum 

obmyn 

obnek 

obnil 

obnom 

obnun 

obnyp 

obobo 

obocu 

obody 

obofa 

oboge 

obohi 

obpel 

obpim 

obpon 

obpup 

obpyr 

obrem 

obrin 

obrop 

obrur 

obrys 

obsen 

obsip 



purport(s) (of) (ed) (ing 

what is the purport (of) 
purpose (s) (ly) 
for a bad purpose 

„ „ good „ 

„ all purposes 

„ no good purpose 

„ ,, purpose 

„ our (my) purpose(s) 

,, that purpose 

„ the ,, of 

„ their (his, her) purpose(s) 

,, this purpose 

„ which ,, 

,, your purpose(s) 
no purpose 
on „ 
that „ 
this „ 
to no „ 

„ some purpose 
what is the purpose (of) 
with the purpose of 
without any purpose (of) 
pursuance (of) 
in ,, of 

pursuit(s) 
push (es) (ed) (ing) 

put(s) (ting) (off) See also Call 

option to put 
put and call 
puzzle (s) (d) (ing) 
Q 

qualification(s) 

does not possess the necessary qualification(s) 
possesses the necessary qualification(s) 
what qualifications 
qualify (ies) (ied) (to) (ing) 
we will qualify them (him) 
will not ,, ,, (him, her) (to) 

„ ,, ,, us (me) (to) 
„ qualify them (him, her) (to) 
,, ,, us (me) (to) 
fully qualified (to) 
is he fully qualified (to) 
not qualified (to) 

quality (ies) 
average quality (ies) 
bad quality (ies) 
best „ ( „ ) 
better „ („) 
fair „ ( „ ) 
good „ ( „ ) 
if quality 

inferior quality (ies) 
lower „ ( „ ) 

medium „ ( „ ) 
merchantable quality (ies) 
other quality (ies) 
quality equal to 
„ must be 
superior quality (ies) 
the same ,, as 
unmerchantable quality (ies) 
what is the quality 
quantity (ies) 
any quantity 
approximate quantity 
increase quantity 
large „ (ies) 

moderate „ ( „ ) 
nominal „ ( „ ) 
probable „ 
quantity is 
reduce quantity 
same „ (as) 

small „ (ies) Quantity (ies) — cont. 



Obsor — Ocwat 



147 



the quantity 
total „ 

what is the quantity 
quarantine 
in quarantine 
quarrel(s) (led) (ling) 
quarry (ies) (ied) (ing) 
quart(s) (of) 

quarter(s) (of) (ed) (ing) 
(at) per quarter 
from the same quarter 
in the same quarter 
quarter commencing 
„ ending 
„ of (— ) lbs. 
quarterly 
quartz 

quash(es) (ed) (ing) 
quay(s) 
ex quay 
Queen(s) (of) 
Queensland 
queer 
very queer 
quell (ed) (ing) 
query (ies) (ied) 
question(s) (ed) (ing) 
another question 
ask(s) the ,, 
beyond question 
call in ,, 

do not answer the question (s) 
entirely a question of 
if the question be put 
in question 

it is a very serious question 
numerous questions 
out of the question 
present question 
previous „ 
referring to question 
that is a question 
this question 
what is the question 
questionable (y) 
quibble(s) (d) (ing) 
quick (iy) _ 
must be quick 
not quick enough 
too „ 
and quickly 
as ,, as possible 
but 

if not „ 
,, quickly 
not ,, 

quicker (than) 
quickest 
quicksilver 
quid pro quo 
quiescent 
quiet (ly) 
everything is quiet 
very quiet 
quieted 
quieter 
quinquennial 
quintal(s) (of) 
quit s) (ted; (ting) 
notice to quit 
quite 
and quite 
but ,, 
i( not ,, 
„ quite 
is it quite 
not quite 



Quantity (ies)— cont. 



See also page 229 



See Repress, Subdue, Suppress 
See Question 



See Quiet 



Quite — eont. 



ochoj 

ochuk 

ochyl 

ociby 

ocica 

ocide 

ocifi 

ocigo 

ocihu 

ocjag 

ocjeh 

ocjij 

ocjok 

ocjul 

ocjym 

ockah 

ockik 

ockol 

ockum 

ockyn 

oclaj 

oclek 

oclil 

oclom 

oclun 

oclyp 

ocmak 

ocmel 

ocmim 

ocmon 

ocmup 

ocmyr 

ocnem 

ocnop 

ocnys 

ocoja 

ocoke 

ocoli 

ocomo 

oconu 

ocopy 

ocpam 

ocpen 

ocpip 

ocpor 

ocpus 

ocpyt 

ocran 

ocrep 

ocrir 

ocros 

ocrut 

ocryv 

ocsap 

ocser 

ocsis 

ocsot 

ocsuv 

ocsyx 

octar 

octes 

octit 

octov 

octux 

octyz 

ocuse 

ocuti 

ocuvo 

ocuxu 

ocuzy 

ocvas 

ocvet 

ocviv 

ocvox 

ocvuz 

ocvyb 

ocwat 



quite so Quite— cont. 

quorum 

could not form a quorum 
(to) form a quorum 
what number forms a quorum 
quotable (y) 

quotation(s) (of) See also Price 

above the quotation 
at last quotation 
best quotation (is) 

during the present condition of market cannot give 
highest quotation(s) [quotations 

London ,, 
lowest „ 

nominal ,, 
official „ 

present „ are (is) 

quotation given is exclusive of 
,, >> >> inclusive „ 

under the quotation 
what does ,, include 
what is (are) present quotation(s) for 

,, quotation have you given 
quote (s) 
cannot quote (for) 
do not ,, 

may we (I) quote (to) 
others cannot quote 
,, quote 

quote daily 

they (he, she) quote(s) 

we (I) quote 

you quote 

quoted (by) 

as before quoted 

not quoted here 

quoting 

when quoting give 

R 

race(s) (d) (ing) 

radical (ly) 

radius 

raid(s) (ed) (ing) 

rail(s) 

rails of ( — ) lbs. to the yard 

steel rails 

railway(s) 

electric railway 

railway company(ies) 
„ concession 
„ deviation 
„ plant 
,, returns 
„ scheme 

rain(s) (ed) (ing) 

from the absence of rain 

good rains 

having beneficial rain 

heavy rain 

insufficient rain 

no rain, serious loss anticipated 

partial rains 

„ have fallen (in) [inches fallen 

rain has commenced and likely to continue, ( — ) 
M » ( — ) inches fallen 

rains have done 

rainfall 

„ this year has, so far, amounted to ( — ) inches 

raise (s) (d) (ing) 

anticipate being able to raise 

rally (ies) (ied) (ing) 

ramiOcation(s) 

ran 

random 

at random 

range(s) (d) (ing) (from) > 

rank(s) (ed) (ing) Rank(s) (ed) (trtg)—cont. 



148 



Oowev — Odzeb 



ABABY — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complct 
how will it rank Rank(s) (ed) (ing) -cont. 

rank(s) equally with previous issues 
to rank with 
will „ (with) 

„ „ pari passu 
rapacious See Grasping 

rapid (ly) (ity) 

rare (ly) See also Seldom 

not rare 
very,, 

rarer (than) 
rarest 
rarity (ies) 

rascal(s) See Rogue 

rash (ly) (ness) 
rat(s) (ted) (ting) 
rate(s) (for) 
above current rate(s) 
approximate rate (price) 
at any rate 



a code word of 10 letters. It has no meaning. See Preface. 



closing rate(s) 
current „ 
opening „ 
same „ 
that 
the 



(as) 

(of) 

of ( — ) per cent, per annum 

or better 



n this , 

„ what „ 
average rate(s) 
below current rate(s) 
best rate 
current rate(s) 
fair rate(s) 
first rate 
good rate(s) 
high „ 
higher rate(s) 
highest „ 
low rate(s) 
lower rate(s) 
lowest ,, 
maximum rate(s) 
minimum „ 
no rate(s) 
nominal rate(s) 
our (my) „ 
second rate 
their (his, her) rates 
through rates 
usual rate(s) 
what „ 
your rates 
rateable (y) 
rated (ing) 
rather (than) 

if they (he, she) would rather 
„ „ ( ,. ) „ ,, not 
„ you would rather 

i not 

it is rather 

or rather 

they (he, she) would rather 

we (I) would rather 

would rather 

i> .. not 

„ you rather 

» n .. not 
ratification(s) 
ratify (ies) (ied) (ing) 
ratio 

in the ratio of 
„ „ same ratio 
„ what ratio 
rational (ly) 
raw 
reach (es) (ed) (ing) Reach(es) (ed) (ing) 



-cont. 



odkel 

odkim 

odkon 

odkup 

odkyr 

odlal 

odlem 

odlin 

odlop 

odlur 

odlys 

odmam 

odmen 

odmip 

odmor 

odmus 

odmyt 

odnan 

odnep 

odnir 

odnos 

odnut 

odnyv 

odoji 

odoko 

odolu 

odomy 

odona 

odpap 

odper 

odpis 

odpot 

odpuv 

odpyx 

odrar 

odres 

odrit 

odrov 

odrux 

odryz 

odsas 

odset 

odsiv 

odsox 

odsuz 

odsyb 

odtat 

odtev 

odtix 

odtoz 

odtub 

odtyc 

oduso 

odutu 

oduvy 

oduxa 

oduze 

odvav 

odvex 

odviz 

odvob 

odvuc 

odvyd 

odwax 

odwez 

odwib 

odwoc 

odwud 

odwyf 

odybi 

odyco 

odydu 

odyfy 

odyga 

odyhe 

odzaz 

odzeb 



has been reached Reach (es) (ed) (ing) — cont. 

„ not yet been reached 
react(s) (ed) (ing) 
reaction(s) (ary) 
are there any signs of reaction 
expect a reaction 
notwithstanding the reaction 
reaction has set in 
slight reaction 

there are no signs of reaction 
wait for a reaction 
read(s) (ing) (for) 
for ( — ) read 
should read as follows 

we (I) read ( — ) in lieu of ( — ), confirm by wire 
(at) the first reading 
(„) „ second reading 
(„) „ third 
readiness 
in readiness 
readjust(s) (ed) (ing) 
readjustment(s) 
ready (for) (to) (ily) 
be ready to 

everything is ready (for) (to) 
have everything ready (for) (to) 
if not ready (for) (to) 
„ ready (for) (to) 
is it ready (for) (to) 
must be ready (for) (to) 
not ready (for) (to) 
nothing ready (for) (to) 
now ready 
quite „ (for) (to) 
to be „ <„)(„) 
when are we to be ready (for) (to) 
„ ready (for) (to) 

„ will they (he, she, it) be ready (for) (to) 
„ „ you be ready (for) (to) 
can readily 
cannot readily 

if they (he, she) can readily 
„ „ ( „ ) cannot readily 
„ you can readily 
,, ,, cannot readily 
real (ly) 
if really so 
is it really 
it is „ 
„ was „ 
not really 
was it really 
realisable 
if readily realisable 
not „ „ 

realisation(s) 
owing to realisations 

realise(s) (d) (ing) See also Sell 

what do you expect these (it) will realise 
will realise about 
re-arrange(s) (d) (ing) 
re-arrangement(s) 
reason(s) (ed) (ing) 
by reason of 
can give no reason 
cannot find out the reason 
chief reason(s) (is) (are) 
do not know the reason 

,, see reason for 
every reason (for) (to) 
for reasons already stated 

„ some reason or other 

„ the same reason 

„ this reason 

„ what „ 



give no 
„ the 



Reason(s) (ed) (ing) — cont. 



Odzic— Oggir 



149 



Reason(s) (ed) (ing)— cont. 



have every reason to believe 






ofpix 


„ no reason to believe 






ofpoz 


if in reason 






ofpub 


„ there be any reason (s) (for) (to) 




ofpyc 


ii ii i> "0 ,, ( „ 


)(„) 




ofrex 


in reason 






ofriz 


is there any reason to think 


(that) 




ofruc 


it stands to reason that 






ofryd 


no reason (s) (for) 






ofsez 


ii n given 






ofsib 


our (my) reason (s) 






ofsoc 


reason fully explained by letter 




ofsud 


„ given (is) 






ofsyf 


„ is 






ofteb 


,, must be explained 






oftic 


refuse (s) to give any reason 






oftod 


some reason or other 






oft u f 


that (those) reason(s) 






oftyg 


the reason why 






ofuce 


their (his, her) reason(s) 






ofudi 


this (these) reason(s) 






ofugu 


unless you have very strong 


reason(s) fo 


r doing so 


ofvec 


ii i> i> >> 


it i 


not doing so 


ofvid 


what is (are) the reason(s) 






ofvof 


within reason 






ofvug 


your reason(s) 






ofvyh 


reasonable (y) 






ofwif 


is it reasonable 






ofwog 


it is „ 






ofwuh 


must be a little more reasonable 




ofwyj 


not reasonable 






ofyja 


reassign(s) (ed) (ing) 






ofyke 


reassignment(s) 






ofyli 


reassurance 


See 


Reinsurance 


ofymo 


reassure(s) (d) 




See Reinsure 


ofynu 


reassuring (ly) 






ofypy 


rebate(s) (of) 






ofzef 


allow rebate of 






ofzig 


no rebate 






ofzoh 


pay less rebate (of) 






ofzuj 


subject to rebate 






ofzyk 


take up under rebate 






ogari 


taken up „ „ 






ogaso 


under rebate 






ogatu 


usual „ 






ogavy 


what is the rate of rebate 






ogaxa 


will pay if allowed „ 






ogaze 


with rebate 






ogbaj 


without rebate 






ogbek 


rebound(s) (ed) (ing) 






ogbil 


rebuild(s) (ing) 






ogbom 


rebuke(s) (d) (ing) See Reprimand, Reprove 


ogbun 


rebut(s) (ted) (ting) 






ogbyp 


recall(s) (ed) (ing) 






ogcak 


recapitulate(s) (d) (ing) 






ogcel 


recapitulation(s) 






ogcim 


recast(s) (ing) 






ogcon 


recede(s) (d) (ing) (from) 


See Retire, Withdraw 


ogcup 


receipt(s) (of) 






ogcyr 


acknowledge receipt (of) 






Ogdal 


after receipt (of) 






ogdem 


against „ („) 






ogdin 


await „ ( „ ) 






ogdop 


balance receipt(s) 






ogdur 


before receipt (of) 






ogdys 


gross receipt (s) 






ogebi 


„ „ are ( — ), net 


profits 




ogeco 


„ „ $(— ), net profits $ 




ogega 


immediately on receipt 






ogfam 


in case of non-receipt (of) 






ogfen 


net receipt (s) 






ogfip 


non-receipt (of) 






ogfor 


on receipt of (this) 






ogfus 


other receipts 






ogfyt 


„ ,, valued at (— 


-) were received during 


oggan 


receipts since 




[the month 


oggep 


total receipts 


Receipt^) — cont. 


oggir 



Receipts- 
traffic receipts for week ending ( — ) were 

(— ) „ % 
2 weeks ending (- 



cont. 



3 .. 

3 .. 

4 .. 
4 » 
month 



(- 

(- 

(— 

( 

( 

c— ; 
( 



trust receipt(s) 

warehouse receipt(s) 

what are receipts (of) 

receivable (at) 

receive(s) (from) 

cannot receive 

hope to receive 

if they (he, she, it) receive(s) 

,, ,, do (he, she, it does) not receive 

„ we (I) do not receive 

ii ,. (».) receive 

„ you do not receive 

,, ,, receive 

must not receive 

,, receive 
not to „ 
receive on account of 

,, ,, our (my) account 
so as to receive 
to receive 
what do you expect to receive 

„ „ „ receive 
when did you ,, 

„ do „ expect to receive 

„ shall we (I) receive 

„ will they (he, she, it) receive 

„ „ you receive 
received (from) 
advise as soon as received 
already received 
as and when received (by) 
from whom have you received 
have not yet received 

„ they (has he, she, it) received 

,, you received 
not received 
received by 
ii for 

„ nothing (from) 
„ on account of 
„ „ our (my) account 

„ „ your account 

they have (he, she, it has) received 
to be received 
very badly received 

,, well ,, 

we (I) have not received 
ii (ii) ii received 
receiver(s) 
apply for a receiver 
has a receiver been appointed 
in hands of receiver 
no receiver has been appointed 
receiver has been applied for 
ii ii appointed 

who is the receiver 
receiving 
receiving order 
recent (ly) 
has (have) recently 
if recently 
less ,, 
more ,, 
quite ,, 
reception(s) 

reciprocate(s) (d) (ing) (by) 
recital(s) 



160 



Oggos — Ohned 



reckless (ly) (ness) 

reckon(s) (ed) (ing) (on) See Calculate 

reclaim(s) (ed) (ing) 
reclaimable 
reclarQation(s) 
recognisable 
recognisance(s) 
recognise(s) (d) (ing) 
recognition 
in recognition of 
recollect(s) (ed) (ing) 
recollection(s) 
no recollection whatever 
recommence (s) (d) (ing) 
recommend(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 
can recommend them (him, her, it) 
„ „ ( — ) for position and on terms named 

loan recommend ( — ) for position on following terms, salary ( — ) per annum, for ( — ) 
1 years, to lake charge on 

can you recommend them (him, her, it) 
cannot „ ,, ( „ „ ) 

do not ,, 

„ they (does he, she) recommend them (him, her, it) not to 
„ „ ( ,, ) „ „ ( „ )to 
ii » ( „ ) „ us (me) not to 
» „ ( ,, ) „ ,, ( „ ) to 
„ „ ( „ ) „ you not to 
„ „ ( >, ) >, ,, to 

„ you recommend them (him, her, it) not to 
II M II » ( ii >> ) to 

„ „ „ us (me) not to 

„ „ ,, „ ( ,, ) to 

if they (he, she) do not recommend 
,, ,,(>,) recommend 
„ you do not recommend 
„ ,, recommend 
recommend(s) not to 
that 
„ them (him, her, it) not to 

II „ ( „ „ ,,) to 

i, us (me) not to 

» ( >. ) to 
„ you not to 

II ,, to 

strongly recommend(s) 
unless there is more to recommend it (than) 

11 ii „ something to recommend it 
we (I) do not recommend 
„ (,,) recommend 

what do they (does he, she) recommend 
„ ,, you recommend 
„ does ( — ) recommend 
„ they (he, she) recommend(s) (is) 
„ we (I) recommend (is) 
„ you recommend (is) 
recommended by 
„ to 

strongly recommended 
well ,, 

recommendation(s) (of) 
has (have) good recommendation(s) 
„ no recommendations 
(on) our (my) recommendation 
( „) the recommendation of 
( „ ) their (his, her) recommendation 
( „ ) your recommendation 
recompense(s) (d) (ing) 
reconcilable 
reconcile(s) (d) (ing) 
reconciliation(s) 
reconsider(s) (ed) (ing) 
to reconsider the matter 
will you please reconsider the matter 
reconsideration 
after mature reconsideration 
if after reconsideration 
on reconsideration 
would urge reconsideration of 



ogwy 

ogwok 

ogwul 

ogwym 

ogyjo 

ogyku 

ogyly 

ogyma 

ogyne 

ogypi 

ogzah 

ogzik 

ogzum 

ogzyn 

ohabo 

ohacu 

ohady 

ohafa 

ohage 

ohahi 

ohben 

ohbip 

ohbor 

ohbus 

ohbyt 

ohcep 

ohcir 

ohcos 

ohcut 

ohcyv 

ohder 

ohdis 

ohdot 

ohduv 

ohdyx 

ohejo 

oheku 

ohely 

ohema 

ohene 

ohepi 

ohfes 

ohfit 

ohfov 

ohfux 

ohfyz 

ohget 

ohgiv 

ohgox 

ohguz 

ohhev 

ohhix 

ohhoz 

ohhyc 

ohiro 

ohisu 

ohity 

ohiva 

ohizi 

ohjex 

ohjiz 

ohjuc 

ohjyd 

ohkez 

ohkoc 

ohkud 

ohkyf 

ohlic 

ohlod 

ohluf 

ohlyg 

ohmec 

ohmid 

ohmof 

ohmug 

ohmyh 

ohned 



reconstruct(s) (ed) (ing) 

company must be asked to reconstruct 

„ will have to reconstruct 

„ „ not reconstruct 

„ „ reconstruct 

decided to reconstruct 

offer has been made (by — ) to reconstruct ( — ) 
(to) reconstruct the company [company- 

company has been reconstructed 
reconstructing the company 

reconstruction(s) 

advise reconstruction 

arranging a scheme of reconstruction 

ask ( — ) to support reconstruction scheme 

company not worth „ (unless) 

„ worth reconstruction (if) 
do not attempt a reconstruction 
following are the terms for reconstruction 
fresh capital through reconstruction 
has (have) made the following offer for reconstruction 
have asked us to oppose reconstruction 

„ ,, ,, support ,, 

if a scheme of reconstruction cannot be arranged 
„ „ „ „ could „ ,, 

intends to go in for reconstruction 
meeting to sanction ,, is called for 

no course open but reconstruction 
,, necessity for reconstruction 
offer for reconstruction is accepted by the Board 

„ „ ,, „ not accepted by the Board 

oppose(s) reconstruction 
participate in reconstruction 
reconstruction defeated 

„ impossible 

„ is advantageous 

„ „ disadvantageous 

„ meeting has been postponed until 

„ of company will be proposed 

„ possible 

„ scheme 

refuse to support reconstruction scheme 
shall we participate in reconstruction 
support(s) reconstruction scheme 
terms of reconstruction scheme fair 

,, ,, „ unfair 

under the ,, „ 

we have made the following offer for reconstruction 
what are the terms for the reconstruction 

,, is the scheme of reconstruction 
when will meeting to propose reconstruction be 
who opposes reconstruction [called 

,, supports „ 

will call a meeting in order to propose reconstiuc- 
record(s) (ed) (ing) [tion 

recount(s) (ed) (ing) 
recoup(s) (ed) (ing) 
recourse 

with recourse (against) 
without recourse 

recover(s) (ed) (ing) 
expect to recover 
not expected to recover 
what do ycm expect to recover 
quite recovered 
recoverable 
not recoverable 
recovery(ies) 

is there any chance of recovery 
no chance of recovery 
slight chance of recovery 
slow recovery 

very fair chance of recovery 
„ little „ 

rectification(s) 
rectify (ies) (ied) (ing) 
rectify at once 
recur(s) (red) (ring) 



Ohnif— Ojulo 



161 



recurrence (of) 
any recurrence (of) 
to prevent a recurrence (of) 
redeem(s) (ed) (ing) (at) 
to redeem 

,, be redeemed (at) (by) 
when is it to be redeemed 
redeemable (in) 
if not redeemable 
,, redeemable 
redeemable at 

,, in ( — ) years 

redeliver(s) (ed) (ing) 
redelivery 
redemption (of) 
equity of redemption 
interest and „ 
redemption account 
years redemption 
redistribute(s) (d) (ing) 
redistribution(s) 
redraft(s) 

redraw(s) (ing) (re-drew) 
redress (ed) (ing) 
have no redress 

„ you no redress 
red-tape 

reduce (s) (d) (ing) (to) 
has been reduced by 
must be „ to 

reduced by 
reduction (of) 
after reduction 
before „ 
by 
can make a reduction (of) 

,, „ (get) some reduction 
cannot make (get) any „ 
considerable reduction(s) must be made 
endeavour to get a reduction 
further reduction 
in reduction of 
made a reduction 

>. mo d 
make a „ (of) 

). tio ,, 
must try for a reduction 
no reduction 
nominal reduction 
reduction in 
some reduction must be made 

» »» will. „ ' „ 

what „ 

„ „ has been made 

with „ of 

reef(s) (ed) (ing) 
re-election 
re-engage(s) (d) (ing) 
re-engagement(s) . 
re-entry (ies) 
re-examination(s) 
re-examine(s) (d) (ing) 
refer(s) (red) (ring) (to) 
do they (does he, she) refer to 
„ you refer to 
does it ,, „ 
it does not refer to 
,, refers to 
they (he, she) do (es) not refer to 

„ ( ,, ) refer (s) to 
to whom can (may) we (I) refer 
„ „ „ they (he, she, it) refer 
» it >> you refer 
we (I) do not refer to 
,, („) refer to 
what do you refer to 
you do not refer to Refer(s) (red) (ring) — cont. 



ojemo 

ojenu 

ojepy 

ojfav 

ojfex 

ojfiz 

ojfob 

ojfuc 

ojfyd 

ojgax 

ojgez 

ojgib 

ojgoc 

ojgud 

ojgyf 

ojhaz 

ojheb 

ojhic 

ojhod 

ojhuf 

ojhyg 

ojira 

ojise 

ojiti 

ojivo 

ojixu 

ojizy 

ojkac 

ojked 

ojkif 

ojkog 

ojkuh 

ojkyj 

ojlad 

ojlef 

ojlig 

ojloh 

ojluj 

ojlyk 

ojmaf 

ojmeg 

ojmih 

ojmoj 

ojmuk 

ojmyl 

ojnag 

ojneh 

ojnij 

ojnok 

ojnul 

ojnym 

ojobe 

ojoci 

ojodo 

ojofu 

°j°gy 

ojoha 

ojpah 

ojpik 

ojpol 

ojpum 

ojpyn 

ojraj 

oj rek 

ojril 

ojrom 

ojrun 

ojryp 

ojsak 

ojsel 

ojsim 

ojson 

ojsup 

ojsyr 

ojuje 

ojuki 

ojulo 



you refer to Refer(s) (red) (ring)— cont. 

if referred to 
not referred to 
who is referred to 
referring to 

reference(s) (to) 

can give reference(s) (to) 

cannot give ,, (,,) 

further reference(s) (to) 

has reference been made to 

inquire of reference (s) 

no reference (to) 

reference reports 

some reference (to) 

what references are required 

with reference (to) 

„ i, to our (my) 

„ that (those) 
., the 

,, ,, ,, their (his, its) 

„ ,, ,, them (him, her, it) 

ii ,, ii this (these) 

,, ,, ,, us (me) 

,, ,, ,, you 

ii .. i, your 

without further reference (to) 
,, reference (to) 
,, ,, to them (him, her, it) 

,, ,, ,, us (me) 

,, ,, ,, you 

refine(s) (d) (ing) (r)(s)) (ry) 
reflect(s) (ed) (ing) (on) 
reflection(s) 
refloat(s) (ed) (ing) 
reform(s) (ed) (ing) 
reformation(s) 
refractory 

refrain(s) (ed) (ing) (from) 
refuge(s) 

refund(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 
refusal(s) (of) 
can you get refusal (of) 
cannot get refusal (of) 
do not accept a refusal 

,, give refusal 
endeavour to get refusal (of) 
expiration of refusal 
extend refusal (to) 
extension of refusal 
get refusal (for) 

„ „ of 

n ii until 
grounds of refusal are 
has (have) got refusal of ( — for) 
if a refusal be met with 
ii no ,, ,, ,, „ 
refusal still in force 
what is the reason of refusal 
with option of refusal 

,, ,, ,, ,, for remainder 
refuse(s) (d) (ing) (to) 
are we (am I) to refuse 
compelled to refuse 
do not refuse (to) 
„ they (does he, she) refuse (to) 

„ you refuse (to) 
if they (he, she) refuse (to) 
,, we (I) refuse (to) 
,, you refuse (to) 
must ,, (,,) 
refuse (s) unless 
they (he, she) refuse(s) (to) 
we (I) refuse (to) 
why do they (does he, she) refuse (to) 

„ ,, you refuse (to) 
you refuse to 
have not refused (to) Refuu(s) (d) (ing) — eont. 



162 Ojumu — Olamy 

ABABY— This cipher is fo* use only when it is desired to compete a code word of 10 letters. 
ojumu 



It has no meaning. See Preface. 



if refused Refuse(s) (d) (ing)— cont. 


okjyl 


refused to be 


okkch 


why is (was) it retused 


okkij 


refutation 


okkok 


refute(s) (d) (ing) 


okkul 


regard(s) (ed) (ing) See also Deference 


okkym 


cannot regard 


oklik 


do not „ 


oklol 


having regard to 


oklum 


kind regards 


oklyn 


little regard (to) 


okmek 


no regard (to) 


okmil 


so far as regards 


okmom 


„ that in regard to 


okmun 


some regard (to) 


okmyp 


they (he, she) regard (s) 


oknel 


we (I) regard 


oknim 


with regard to 


oknon 


„ „ that (those) 


oknup 


„ „ them (him, her, it) 


oknyr 


„ „ this (these) 


okojy 


„ „ us (me) 


okoka 


you 


okole 


without regard to 


okomi 


you regard 


okono 


regarded as 


okopu 


regardful (of) 


okpem 


regardless (of) (ly) 


— 


region(s) See District 


okpin 


register(s) (of) See also Certificate 


— 


local register of shareholders 


okpop 


„ ,, under Colonial Registers Act 


okpur 


(on) the Colonial register 


okpys 


(„) ,, London „ 


okreji 


on ,, register 


okrip 


register in our (my) name 


okror 


„ „ the name of 


okrus 


ii ii ,i ii ii nominee (s) 


okryt 


„ „ their (his, her) name 


oksep 


„ of shareholders 


oksir 


share register 


oksos 


„ „ will be closed on 


oksut 


(— )to 


oksyv 


registered (in) 


okter 


have registered (— ) with 


oktis 


„ H (— ) •■ (— ) here 


oktot 


in what name(s) is it (are they) registered 


oktuv 


ii ii ii ( n ) to be registered 


oktyx 


registered in 


okury 


,, „ London 


okusa 


,, „ name of nominee(s) 


okute 


,, „ our (my) name 


okuvi 


,, „ the name of 


okuxo 


„ ,, their (his, her) name 


okuzu 


„ „ your name 


okves 


,, under the " Limited Liabilities Act " (of) 


okvit 


shareholders registered on or before 


okvov 


unless previously registered 


okvux 


„ registered as 


okvyz 


registering 


okwet 


registrar(s) (of) 


okwiv 


registration(s) (of) 


okvvox 


has office for registration, &c, in 


okwyb 


postpone registration 


okyby 


registration of shares 


okyca 


send for registration 


okyde 


sent „ ,, 


okyfi 


registry (ies) 


okygo 


regret(s) (ted) (ting) (that) 


okyhu 


regret that they (he, she, it) 


okzev 


m », you 


okzix 


„ to hear that 


— 


,, ,, inform you that 


okzoz 


they (he, she) regret (s) 


okzub 


very much regret 


okzyc 


we (I) regret 


olako 


wish (es) to express regret 


olamy 



See Milreis 
See Repeat 



regretful (ly) 
regrettable 
regular (ly) (ity) 
for the sake of regularity 
regularise(s) (d) (ing) 
regulate(s) (d) (ing) 

well regulated 
regulation(s) (of) 
contrary to regulations 
what are (is) the regulation(s) 
with regulations 
reichsrnark(s) 
in reichsmarks 
reichsmarks ( — ) pfennige 
reign(s) (ed) (ing) 
reimburse(s) (by) 
reimbursed (by) 
reimbursement(s) (in) 
reimbursement by 
reimbursing (by) 
reinforce(s) (d) (ing) 
reinstate(s) (d) (ing) 
reinsurance(s) 
reinsure(s) (d) (ing) 
reintroduction 
reinvest(s) (ed) (ing) (in) 
reinvestment(s) 
reis 

reissue(s) (d) (ing) 
reiterate(s) (d) (ing) 
reject(s) (ed) (ing) 
reject it (them) 
rejection(s) 
rejoice(s) (d) (ing) 
rejoin(s) (ed) (ing) 
relapse(s) (d) (ing) 
relate(s) (d) (ing) (to) 
as far as relates to 
does it relate to 
ti n°t M ii 
to what does it relate 
relation(s) (of) 
advise relations of 
in relation to 
our relations friendly 

„ „ not friendly 

relative(s) (ly) 
relax (es) (ed) (ing) 
relaxation(s) 
relay(s) (ed) (ing) 
release(s) (d) (ing) (to) 
get release of 
may release (if) 

„ we (I) release 
must not release 
release executed 

,, from 
relevant (to) 
reliable (y) 

are they (is he, she, it) reliable 
considered reliable 
if not reliable 
,, reliable 
not reliable 
very „ 

reliance (on) 

every reliance can be placed (in) (on) 
no „ n >, ii (»)(») 

what „ „ >> n ( h) ( ii ) 

relief 

relieve(s) (d) (ing) 

relinquish (es) (ed) (ing) 

reluctance 

reluctant (ly) 

very reluctantly 

rely (ies) (ied) (ing) (on) 

can we (I) rely on (you) Rely (ies) (ied) (ing)— cont. 



See Abandon, Give up 



Olape— Omfak 



163 



cannot rely upon (it) Rely (ies) (ied) (ing)— cont. 
must not rely on us (me) 
rely on them (him, her, it) 
„ „ us (me) 

» » you 

„ upon it (that) 
you may rely on them (him, her, it) 

» » » » us (me) 
are they (is it, he, she) to be relied upon (to) 
can this be relied upon 
may be fully relied on 
relying on them (him, her, it) 
„ „ this 

, we (I) 

„ „ us (me) 
„ „ you 
rernain(s) (ed) (ing) (at) 
cannot remain here any longer 
if we (I) do not remain 
,, ., („) remain 
must remain until 
remain until further advised 
remaining here 
remainder(s) (of) 
for the remainder 
of „ 

what about the remainder 
remand (s) (ed) (ing) 
remark(s) (ed) (ing) 
excites remark 
have no further remarks to make 

„ you any „ „ 

it is worthy of remark 
with reference to our (my) remarkfs) 

„ ,, „ remark (s) of 

„ ,, ,, their (his, her) remark(s) 

„ „ „ your remark(s) 

without further remark(s) 

,, remark 
remarkable (y) 
remedy (ies) (ied) (ing) 
there is no remedy 
what „ the „ 

remember(s) (ed) (ing) See Recollect 

remembrance See Recollection 

remind(s) (ed) (ing) 

do not omit to remind 
must remind you (that) 
remind them (him, her) that 
remiss 
remission 
remit(s) (to) 
can you remit 
cannot „ 
do not „ 

how much can you remit 
„ „ shall we (I) remit 
it ij » y°u remit 
„ shall we (I) remit 
if they (he, she) do not remit 
„ you can remit 
„ „ do not remit 
„ „ will promise to remit (on) 
„ „ „ remit 
remit as much as possible 

„ ,, soon „ convenient 

„ i, ii .1 possible 

„ at once 

„ bankers' bills 

„ by 

„ „ cable (to) 

„ „ next mail 

„ part 

„ „ or whole 

„ proceeds 

„ the whole 

„ through Remit{s) — cont 



ololy 

oloma 

olone 

olopi 

olpar 

olpes 

olpit 

olpov 

olpyz 

olras 

olret 

olriv 

olruz 

olryb 

olsat 

olsev 

olsoz 

olsub 

olsyc 

oltav 

oltiz 

oltob 

oltuc 

oltyd 

olusu 

oluva 

olvax 

olvez 

olvib 

olvoc 

olvud 

olvyf 

olwaz 

olweb 

olwic 

olwod 

olwuf 

olwyg 

olybo 

olycu 

olydy 

olyfa 

olyge 

olyhi 

olzab 

olzec 

olzid 

olzof 

olzug 

olzyh 

omara 

omase 

omati 



omazy 

ombag 

ombeh 

ombij 

ombok 

ombul 

ombym 

omcah 

omcik 

omcol 

omcum 

orncyn 

omdaj 

omdek 

omdil 

omdom 

omdun 

omdyp 

omeba 



omegu 
omfak 



remit through bank 



Remit(s) — coni. 



ii you 
shall we (I) remit 
to remit 
we (I) remit 
what can you remit 

,, shall we (I) remit 

„ will you remit 
when did „ „ 
„ will „ „ 
why do you not „ 
will not remit 

„ remit 

„ ,, bankers' bills 

„ ,, by telegraph 

,, „ immediately 

,, ,, shortly 

„ „ to your credit by cable at your bank ( — ) on 
you must remit 

,, need not remit 
remittance(s) (of) 
a remittance 
expecting remittance(s) 
further ,, 

if our (my) ,, 

„ remittance(s) be not made at once 
,, your remittance(s) 
increase your remittances 
is our (my) remittance 
,, your remittance 
large remittance(s) 
larger „ 

must have further remittances by wire 

„ not delay remittance(s) 
next remittance 
no remittance (s) 
our (my) remittance(s) 
remittance (s) by 

<• „ ,, cable 
„ ,, mail 

mentionedin yourletter (No.( — ),or (— ) date) duly to hand 

„ „ („(—),„(—) ,,)not „ 
„ „ „ telegram of ( — ) duly to hand 

.. (— ) »ot 
„ ,, ,, „ (-) .. ,. I 

„ not enclosed in [bank state they have no advice [ 
„ on 
„ through 
their (his, her) remittance(s) 
total remittances 

„ „ since 

usual remittance(s) 
when can we (I) rely upon remittance 
you will receive remittance 

„ ii ii through 

your remittance(s) 
remitted (by) 
already remitted 
have not „ (as) 
,, remitted by cable to your credit at your bank 
,. you [(— )on 

,, you remitted 
how have you remitted 
„ much have you remitted 
•i ii i» since 

if not remitted 
„ ,, ,, remit at once 
„ remitted 
remitted altogether 
„ as requested 
„ by cable 
„ „ mail 

„ in accordance with instructions (in) 
,. them (him, her) 
„ through 

bank Remitted — cont. 



154 



Omfel— Onpof 



remitted us (me) Remitted — cont. 


omvac 


you 


omved 


through whom have you remitted 


omvif 


to be remitted (to) 


omvog 


we (I) have to-day remitted 


omvuh 


„ („) „ „ by cable 


omwad 


» (>») ti ii » ma il 


omwef 


,. (,,) » .. through 


omwig 


„ („) ii n •• bank 


omwoh 


remittee(s) 


omwuj 


remitter(s) 


omwyk 


remitting (by) 


omyje 


are not remitting 


omyki 


i> you 


omylo 


await our (my) instructions as to remitting 


omymu 


defer remitting 


omyny 


how much are you remitting 


omypa 


remnant(s) See Remainder 


omzaf 


remonstrance(s) 


omzeg 


remonstrate(s) (d) (ing) 


omzih 


remote (ly) 


omzoj 


removable 


omzuk 


removal(s) 


onaro 


on account of removal 


onasu 


remove (s) (d) (ing) (from) 


onaty 


remunerate(s) (d) (ing) 


onava 


remuneration (of) 


onaxe 


adequate remuneration 


onazi 


consider „ inadequate 


onbak 


what is the remuneration 


onbel 


with remuneration of 


onbim 


without any remuneration 


onbon 


remunerative (ness) 


onbup 


very remunerative 


onbyr 


render(s) (ed) (ing) 


ondor 


renew(s) (ed) (ing) 


ondus 


authorise you to renew 


ondyt 


can you renew 


onfep 


cannot renew 


onfos 


decline(s) to renew , 


onfut 


endeavour to renew 


onfyv 


have arranged to renew (at) 


onger 


,, ,, for 


ongis 


may renew for 


onguv 


„ we (I) renew 


ongyx 


must not renew 


onhar 


„ renew 


onhes 


to renew 


onhyz 


at what can it be renewed 


onijo 


if renewed 


oniku 


,, not renewed 


onily 


renewable (at) 


onima 


renewal(s) ( „ ) 


onine 


renounce(s) (d) (ing) (ment) 


onipi 


renown (ed) 


onjas 


rent(s) (ed) (ing) 


onjiv 


Government rents 


onjuz 


ground rent(s) 


onjyb 


quit rent 


onkat 


rent of 


onkev 


rents and survey fees 


onkoz 


year's rent 


onkub 


rental(s) 


onlav 


at a rental of 


onlob 


renunciation See also Letters of Renunciation 


onlyd 


reopen(s) (ed) (ing) 


onmez 


reorganisation 


onmyf 


reorganise(s) (d) (ing) 


onnaz 


repack (ed) (ing) 


on neb 


repaid 


onnuf 


repair(s) (to) (ed) (ing) 


onnyg 


badly in need of repairs 


onoru 


fair tenantable repair 


onota 


in bad repair 


onove 


ii fair „ 


onoxi 


,, good ,, 


onozo 


must undergo some repairs 


onpof 


Repair (s) {ed) (ing) — cont. 





necessary repairs Repair(s) (ed) (ing)— cont. 

repairs are completed 

requires repair(s) 

send estimate of repairs 

what are the repairs required 

,, will „ cost 

have repaired 
repay(s) 
repayable 

(be) repayable as follows 
repaying 
repayment(s) (of) 

in repayment of 

repeal(s) (ed) (ing) 

repeat(s) (ed) (ing) 

at what can you repeat 

can repeat every following 

repeatedly 

repetition (s) (of) 

replace (s) (d) (ing) (at) 

at what can you replace 

can replace (at) 

cannot replace (at) 

replace(s) (d) (ing) with 

cannot be replaced without 

must be replaced 

replaced by 

replenish (es) (ed) (ing) 

reply (ies) (ied) (ing) (to) See also Answer 

after receipt of the reply (of) 

anxiously await reply (to) 

await our (my) reply 

„ their (his, her) reply 

„ your reply 
before we (I) reply (to) 

„ you reply (to) 
cannot get a reply (about) 
definite reply 
expect ,, about 
have they (has he, she) received a reply (about) 

,, you any reply from (about) 
if pressed reply in the affirmative 
ii n ,, ,. negative 

immediate reply (to) 
in case the „ is 
» ,. ., >, ,, not 
„ reply to 

„ ,, ,, your inquiry 
no reply (to) 
„ by 

•i „ ( — ) will be considered as 
„ received as yet 
not to reply (to) 
on receipt of reply from 
reply as 

„ by letter 

„ „ wire 

„ „ „ so that message may arrive by 

„ delayed 

„ from 

„ immediately 

„ in the affirmative 

„ „ „ negative 

„ ,, time for board meeting (on) 

„ must be 

„ „ "yes" or "no" 

„ to letter No. (— ) (or (— ) date) 

„ „ telegram 

„ ,, your question is " no " 

ii ii i> ii ii y^s 

„ what is intended to be done in the matter 

„ when you have 
subject to immediate reply by wire 

„ reply by 
tell ( — ) in reply to inquiry 
they (he, she) reply(ies) (that) 
to reply (to) Reply (ies) (ied) (ing) — cont. 






Onpyh — Opwin 



155 



Reply (ies) (ied) (ing)— cont. 
unable to reply to your question 
we (I) did not reply (as) 

„ („) reply (that) 
what are we (am I) to reply (to) 
„ is delaying the reply 
„ was the reply (from) 
when you reply specify distinctly 
why do you not reply (to) 
will reply later 
you did not reply (to) 
.. do „ „ („) 
,, reply 
reason of their (his, her) not replying is 
report(s) (of) (ed) (ing) See also Rumour 

alarming reports 
annual report 
awaiting report from 
bad reports 
believe report(s) (about — ) to be not true 

( i, — ) ii true 
by when can you report 
cannot report (because) 

,, ,, until 

confirm the report(s) 
conflicting reports 
contradict the report (s) 
current reports 
detailed report 
directors' report and balance sheet 

„ ,, ,, ,, „ together with 

do not contradict report [notice of general meeting 
„ you confirm ( — 's) report 

early report [especially with 

examine and cable complete report on ( — ), dealing 
false report(s) 
full 

good reports 
half-yearly report 

have arranged to report on ( — ) by mail 
i» .» », ,. if ( — ) » telegraph 

„ no faith in report(s) lately current 
„ „ report of this 
if the report is confirmed 
„ „ „ „ not confirmed 
„ you can report favourably 
,, „ cannot report favourably 
impartial report 
in our (my) report 
interim report 

is the report true respecting 
last report 
latest report(s) 
manager reports (dated ( — )) 
market report (s) 
monthly „ 
ru-xt report 
no change to report 
„ reporl(s) 

nothing further to report 
official report 
our (my) „ 

pending approval of report (s) 
previous report(s) 
quarterly „ 
report (s) altered, do not publish 

„ and balance sheet 

„ ,, ,, were adopted 

„ „ ,, „ refused adoption 

,, ,, valuation 

„ are better 

„ „ false 

» ii true 

i, ,, worse 

„ at once on 

„ by letter (to) 

„ „ wire (to) 

„ confidentially on Report($) (ed) (ing) — cont. 



opisy 
opita 
opive 
opixi 
upizo 
opjez 
opjib 
opjoc 
opjud 

"pjyf 

opkaz 

opkeb 

opkic 

opkod 

opkuf 

opkyg 

oplab 

oplec 

oplid 

oplof 

oplug 

oplyh 

opmac 

opmed 

opmif 

opmog 

opmuh 

opmyj 

opnad 

opnef 

opnig 

opnoh 

opnuj 

opnyk 

opoca 

opode 

opofi 

opogo 

opohu 

oppaf 

oppeg 

oppih 

oppoj 

oppuk 

oppyl 

op rag 

opreh 

oprij 

oprok 

oprul 

oprym 

opsah 

opsik 

opsol 

opsum 
opsyn 

optaj 

optek 

optil 

optom 

optun 

optyp 

opujy 

opule 

opupu 

opvak 

opvel 

opvim 

opvon 

opvup 

opvyr 

opwal 

opwem 

opwin 



report(s) contains Report(s) (ed) (ing) — cont. 

„ current that 

„ doubtful 

„ early 

„ favourable 

„ from 

„ generally believed 

„ has been contradicted 

„ „ substantiated 

„ if there is any change 

„ not believed 

,, „ published 

,, ,, yet to hand 

,, of meeting of shareholders 

„ ( — ) are being actively circulated by Interested parties 

„ on the whole favourable 

„ ,, „ unfavourable 

.» » ( — ) property only as to heading ( — ) (or 

„ published [question — ) 

,, received and approved 

,, result 

,, ,, of meeting 

,, spreading rapidly 
to 

„ „ hand 

„ will be laid before shareholders 
send copy of report(s) 
since last report 
special report 
subject to our (my) report 

„ „ report of 

„ ,, their (his, her) report 

,, „ your report 
telegraph report (s) 

„ „ sufficient for ns (me) to form judgment 

telegraph report(s) suftVieat for ns (me) to form Judgment; send details by mail 
Itelecraph whether report is on the whole favourable or not ; and report at length 
1 by mail 

telegraph your report at any necessary length 

their (his, her) ,, 

these reports are trustworthy 

to report 

„ „ to them (him, her) 

„ „ „ us (me) 

» »» ii you 

try to report on or before 

unfavourable report (s) 

,, ,, are spreading about 

usual report 
verbatim report 

waiting your report [perty 

want you to visit and report on the following pro- 
what is the nature of the report (respecting) 
why have you sent us (me) no report of (this) 

wish preliminary report on ( — ) property, not neces- 
sary to make detailed investigation at present, 
say whether it justifies further investigation 
written rep rt 
your report 
as previously reported 

has this been „ to you rthat) 

it is reported, and Information Is apparently reliable though not confirmed, I 

,, ,, „ we (I) have reason to believe it Is true, that that! 

„ , (,.)thinktberemaybesometruthiiitheInformation,l 

k n t ( \ i ha»o doubts aa to the correctness of the information 
» >i »0Ul ,, (,,) 1 that 

„ „ here that (— ) ; do you attach any Importance to It 

ii ii that 
previously reported 
reported to be 

„ have 

J what will be the cost, fee and expenses of reporting 
\ on ( — ) property 

what will be the fee, excluding expenses, of reporting) 
represent(s) (ed) (ing) (that) [on ( — ) property) 
do these (does this) represent 
does not represent 
it represents 
which does not represent 

Represent^) (ed) (ing) — cont. 



156 Opwop — Oscec 

ABAB Y — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code word of 10 letters 
Represent(s) (ed) (ing) — cont. 



which represents 

represented by 

representing that 

representation(s) 

representative (s) (of) (ly) 

as representative(s) of 

House of Representatives 

legal representative(s) 

our (my) representative (s) 

their (his, her) representative(s) 

vendor's representative (s) 

who is the representative of 

your representative(s) 

repress (es) (ed) (ing) 

reprimand(s) (ed) (ing) 

reprove(s) (d) (ing) 

repudiate (s) (d) (ing) (ion) 

repugnant See Distasteful, Offensive 

repurchase(s) (d) (ing) 

reputable (y) See Respectable 

reputation 

repute (d) 

reputed to be 

„ „ have 
request(s) (ed) (ing) (that) See also Ask 

at our (my) request 
„ the request of 
„ their (his, her) request 
„ your request 
cannot listen to the request 
do not accede „ „ 

has our (my) request been granted 
no request has been made 
our (my) request 
request is granted 

„ „ not granted 

„ that they (he, she, it) 

„ „ we (I) 

t, „ you 

„ them (him, her, it) to 

„ us (me) to 

„ you to 

,, ( — ) by telegraph to 
send this at the request of 
sent at the request of 
their (his, her) request 

they (he, she) request(s) them (him, her) not to 
..(.,) ., ,, ( „ ) to 

„ ( „ ) „ us (me) not to 

„ ( „ ) „ „ ( „ ) to 

„ ( „ ) „ you not to 

,, ( ,. ) „ „ to 

we (I) request you not to 
„ („) „ „ to 

cannot do as requested 
do as requested 
have been requested by (to) 

require(s) (d) (ing) (to) See also Want 

do not require (any more) 
„ you „ (any) 
» » » any more 
how much (many) do you require 
require further 

„ them (him, her, it) (to) 

,, us (me) (to) 

„ you (to) 
they (he, she, it) will not require 

ii ( » » ) ii require 
we (I) shall not require 
ii (ii) i> require 
what do they (does he, she, it) require 

„ you require 
will they (he, she, it) require 

„ you require 
you will not require 

„ „ require 
do all that may be required 

Require(s) (d) (ing) — cont. 



orkig 

orkoh 

orkuj 

orkyk 

oilaf 

oilih 

orluk 

ormag 

ormeh 

ormij 

ormok 

ormul 

ormym 

ornah 

ornik 

ornol 

ornum 

ornyn 

orofy 

oroga 

orohe 

orpaj 

orpek 

orpil 

orpom 

orpyp 

orrak 

orrel 

orron 

orrup 

orryr 

orsal 

orsem 

orsur 

orsys 

ortam 

ortor 

ortus 

ortyt 

oruji 

orulu 

oruna 

orvep 

orvir 

orvos 

orvut 

orvyv 

orwap 

orwer 

orwis 

orvvot 

orwuv 

orwyx 

oryri 

oryso 

orytu 

oryvy 

oiyxa 

oryze 

orzar 

orzes 

orzit 

orzov 

orzyz 

osaja 

osake 

osali 

osamo 

osapy 

osbaz 

osbeb 

osbic 

osbod 

osbuf 

osbyg 

oscab 

oscec 



It has no meaning. See Preface, 
if absolutely required Require(s) (d) (ing)— cont. 
„ not absolutely required 
„ required 
not required 
of opinion that it is not required 

ii n required 

required at once 

,i by 
to 
they are (he, she, it is) required (to) 
we are (I am) required (to) 
you „ required (to) 
requirement(s) (of) 
financial requirements 
for our (my) own requirements 
„ their (his, her) own requirements 
„ your own requirements 
(of) the requirements (of) 
what are their (his, her) requirements likely to be 

„ „ your requirements likely to be 
requisite(s) See also Necessary 

requisition 

a requisition influentially signed has been 
„ „ to ( — ) is being signed 

re-sale 

rescind(s) (ed) (ing) 
re-seil(s) 
can re-sell at 

cannot re-sell (in consequence of) 
shall we (I) re-sell 
re-selling 

resemble(s) (d) (ing) 
reservation(s) 

do not allow any reservation to creep in 
with reservation (of) 
without any reservation whatever 

„ reservation 
reserve(s) 
with reserve (of) 
without reserve 
reserve fund(s) 
absorbed of the reserve fund 
carrying (— ) to „ „ 

credit to the reserve fund 
debit „ „ „ „ 

proposed to carry to reserve fund 
taken from the reserve fund 
total reserve fund(s) 
what does the reserve fund amount to 
reserved (ing) (for) 
reserving enough for 

„ to ourselves 

„ „ themselves (himself) 

„ „ yourselves 

reservoir(s) 
storage reservoir 
reship(s) (ped) (ping) 
reshipment(s) 
resident(s) (in) 

wcw-resident 

residuary See also Legatee 

residue 

resign(s) (ed) (ing) 

call upon him (them) to resign 

offer (s) to resign 

contemplates resigning 

does he (do they) contemplate resigning 

„ not contemplate resigning 
resignation(s) 
accept ( — 's) resignation 
cannot accept ( — 's) resignation 
case for resignation 
do not accept the resignation ofi 
not a case for resignation 
tendered (his) „ 

resilient 
resist(s) (ed) (ing) 



Oscid— Otgaj 



157 



resistance 

re sold 

resolute (ly) 

resolution^) (oO 

according to resolution(s) (passed at) 

extraordinary „ 

formal „ 

,, ,, passed 

resolution of directors 

,, ,, shareholders 

„ was carried 

„ ,, „ by majority (of) 

„ „ „ nan. con. 

„ „ ,, unanimously 

„ ,, confirmed by the majority present 

„ ,, deferred 

,, lost 

,, ,. not confirmed by the majority present 

send copy of resolution(s) 
special resolution 
the following resolution (s) 
what resolution has been come to 
resolve(s) (d) (ing) (to) 

(,,) ( „ ) upon 
resource (ful) 
as a last resource 
resources 

respect(s) (ed) (ing) See also Deference 

grtat respect 
in all respects 
„ no respect 
,, respect of 
„ this respect 
little respect 
no respect 
self respect 
with ,, to 
respectable (y) 
not respectable 
very „ 
respectful (ly) 
respectively 
respond(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 

response(s) See Answer, Reply 

responsibility (for) 

do not take any responsibility in the matter 
full responsibility 
have incurred no responsibility 

„ we (I) incurred any responsibility 
is there any responsibility attached 
not satisfied with their (his, her) responsibility 
our (my) responsibility 
responsibility rests entirely with 
subject to manager's responsibility 
take the responsibility (of) 
think responsibility too great 
without any responsibility 
responsible (y) (for) 
are they (is he, she) responsible 
„ we (am I) responsible 
„ you responsible 
cannot be held responsible 
consider ourselves responsible 

„ them (him, her) responsible 
„ you responsible 
hold(s) them (him, her) responsible 
„ us (me) responsible 
„ you responsible 
must hold them (him, her) responsible 

,, you responsible 
not responsible (for) 
„ to be held responsible 
responsible to 

shall we (I) be held responsible 
they are (he, she is) not responsible 

„ „ ( „ ) responsible 
they (he, she) will be held responsible 

Responsible (y)—cont. 



osns 

osrot 

osruv 

osryx 

ossar 

ossit 

ossov 

ossux 

ossyz 

ostas 

ostet 

ostiv 

ostox 

ostuz 

ostyb 

osure 

osusi 

osuto 

osuvu 

osuxy 

osuza 

os vat 

osvev 

osvix 

osvoz 

osvub 

osvyc 

oswav 

oswex 

oswiz 

oswob 

oswuc 

oswyd 

osybe 

osyci 

osydo 

osyfu 

osygy 

osyha 

oszax 

oszez 

oszib 

oszoc 

oszud 

oszyf 

otajo 

otaku 

otaly 

otane 

otapi 

otbad 

otbef 

otbig 

otboh 

otbuj 

otbyk 

otcaf 

otceg 

otcih 

otcoj 

otcuk 

otcyl 

otdag 

otdeh 

otdij 

otdok 

otdul 

otdym 

otero 

otety 

otexe 

otfah 

otfik 

otfol 

otfum 

otfyn 

otgaj 



to be held responsible Responsible (y) — cont. 

we are (I am) held responsible 
„ „ ( ,, ) not held responsible 
„ (I) shall (will) be held responsible 
„ (,,) will not be held responsible 
who is responsible 

„ will be responsible 
will be responsible 
„ not be responsible 
„ they (he, she) be responsible 
„ you be responsible 
you are held „ 
„ ,, not held responsible 
„ will be „ „ 

rest(s) (ed) (ing) (with) 
all the rest 
as to the rest 
rest will follow 
restitution (of) (to) 
restless (ly) 
restoration (of) 
restore(s) (d) (ing) (to) 
restrain(s) (ed) (ing) (from) 
restraint (of) 
restrict(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 
if you restrict us (me) too much 
must restrict 

you restrict us (me) too much 
restricted by 
restriction(s) 
all restrictions removed 
no restriction(s) 

restriction (s) remain(s) in force (till) 
there must be no restriction 

,, „ some „ 

with the following restrictions 
without any restrictions 
result(s) (ed) (ing) (in) 
expect(s) result(s) will be 

ii ii „ „ satisfactory 

,i „ „ „ very satisfactory 

n i, „ „ unsatisfactory 

ii •• „ not be satisfactory 

final result 
gross ,, 
net „ 

result for half-year 
» of 

,, „ the half-year's working satisfactory 
ii n ii ii ii unsatisfactory 

„ will be a loss 
„ ,, „ „ profit 
results for 
serious results 
telegraph the result (of) 
the expected „ 

unable to get best results from ( — ) on account of 
what is the result 

,, will-ie the probable result 
with the reYult of 
without any result 
resulted from 



resume(s) (d) (ing) 
resume 

retail(s) (ed) (ing) 
retain(s) (ed) (ing) 
shall we (I) retain 
they (he, she) must retain 
we (I) must retain 
„ („) shall „ 
you must retain 
retaliate(s) (d) (ing) 
retaliation 
retire(s) (d) (ing) 
retirement 
retraces ) (ed) (Ing) 



$*e al%o Hold 



168 



Otgek -Ovimu 



retransfer(s) (red) (ring) 


otuta 


retreat(s) (ed) (ing) See Withdraw 


otuxi 


retrench (es) (ed) (ing) 


otvaz 


retrenchment 


otveb 


there must be retrenchment 


otvic 


retrieve(s) (d) (ing) See Recover, Repair 


otvod 


retrospect See Review 


otvuf 


retrospective (ly) 


otvyg 


return (ed) (ing) ifrom) 


otwab 


awaiting your instructions to return 


otwec 


defer return to 


otwid 


hasten „ 


otwof 


immediate return is desired of 


otwug 


instruct him not to return 


otwyh 


must return 


otybu 


no return 


otycy 


„ „ will be made 


otyda 


relatives wish him to return 


otyfe 


return immediately 


otygi 


„ to 


oiyho 


,, ,, us (me) at once 


otzac 


„ uncertain 


otzed 


subject to a return of 


otzif 


what return will be made 


otzog 


when do you (they) (does he, she) return 


otzuh 


not returned yet 


otzyj 


returned to 


ovare 


when was it returned 


ovasi 


why „ „ 


ovato 


returns (for) [See also Capital, Expenditure, 


ovavu 


do not reckon on better returns [Output 


ovaxy 


„ you see your way to better returns 


ovaza 


estimated returns 


ovbah 


expenditure and revenue, including capital expenditure, credit balance 


ovbik 


gross returns (are) 


ovbol 


„ „ for week ended 


ovbum 


half-yearly returns 


ovbyn 


have your ( — ) returns gone forward for 


ovcaj 


monthly returns 


ovcek 


net returns (are) 


ovcil 


quarterly returns 


ovcom 


returns are favourable 


ovcun 


„ „ not favourable 


ovcyp 


send summary of returns 


ovdak 


weekly returns 


ovdel 


with reference to your returns 


ovdim 


reveal(s) (ed) (ing) 


ovdon 


revenge(s) (d) (ing) 


ovdup 


revenue (s) 


ovdyr 


gross revenue 


ovebe 


Inland „ 


oveci 


net „ 


ovedo 


revenue and expenditure 


ovefu 


total revenue 


ovegy 


reversal 


oveha 


reverse(s) (d) (ing) 


ovfal 


to reverse 


ovfem 


reversion(s) (ary) 


ovfin 


reversionary interest 


ovfop 


revert(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 


ovfur 


review(s) (ed) (ing) 


ovfys 


revise(s) (d) (ing) 


ovgam 


revision(s) 


ovgen 


after revision (of) 


ovgip 


subject to revision (of) 


ovgor 


revival (of) 


ovgus 


do not expect a revival 


ovgyt 


„ you „ 


ovhan 


expect a revival very soon 


ovhep 


no signs of a revival 


ovhir 


signs of a revival 


ovhos 


revive (s) (d) (ing) 


ovhut 


revocable 


ovhyv 


revocable at will 


ovije 


,, by notice 


oviki 


revocation 


ovilo 


until revocation 


ovimu 



revoke(s) (d) (ing) 

revolutionize (s) (d) (ing) 

to revolutionize 

revolve(s) (d) (ing) 

reward(s) (ed) (ing) 

re-weigh(s) (ed) (ing) 

rich (es) 

if not rich 

,, rich 

richer (than) 

richest 

richly 

rid(s) (ding) 

(to) get rid of 

riddance 

a good riddance 

ridge(s) 

ridicule(s) (d) (ing) 

ridiculous (ly) 

rig (ged) (ging) 

right (to) (ed) (ing) 

are they (is he, she) right (in) 

do what is right 

have the right (to) 

if not right 

„ right 

is it right (to) 

it was right (to) 

,, ,, not right (to) 

not right (to) 

quite right (to) 

right or wrong 

shall we (I) do right if we (I) 

they are (he, she, it is) not right (to) 

., ....(.. » » ) q uite » (») 
was it right (to) 
we are (I am) not right 

» >. (>» » ) quite right 
were we (was I) right (in) 

,, you right (in) 
which is right 
you are not right 

„ „ quite „ 

,, had no right to 

rightful (ly) 

rights 

at what can you buy rights 

buy rights 

by rights 

claim rights 

cum rights 

„ „ and dividend 
ex rights 

„ and dividend 

have you secured our (my) rights 
mineral rights 
our (my) rights 
preference rights 
reserve all ,, 
rights are share for share 

„ „ ( — ) share(s) for (— ) shares 

„ on same 

„ reserved 
secure our (my) rights on 
sell rights 

their (his, her) rights 
what are the „ 
with all rights (on) 

„ „ » from 

„ equal rights 
your rights 
rigid (ly) 
rigorous 
ring(s) (ed) (ing) 
ringleader(s) 
riot(s) (ing) (ous) 
ripe 



Oviny — Oxhiv 



159 



rise(s) (of) 

an unexpected rise has taken place 

caused a rise (in) 

do not expect a further rise (in) 

„ you ,, „ „ „ („) 

expect a rise (in) 
for the rise 
great rise (in) 
if there be a rise (in) 
„ ,, ,, 110 rise (in) 
no rise (in) 

,, „ of importance has occurre 
notwithstanding the (a) rise (in) 
on account of the rise (in) 
rise in 
„ „ ( — ) has stopped 


(in) 
d (in) 

Danger, Insurance 


owrho 
owsko 
owslu 
owsna 
owspe 

owsry 
owsti 
owzul 
oxaru 
oxasy 
oxata 
oxave 
oxaxi 

oxazo 

oxbem 

oxbop 

oxbys 

oxcen 

oxcip 

oxcor 

oxcus 

oxcyt 

oxdep 

oxdir 

oxdos 

oxdut 

oxdyv 

oxebu 

oxecy 

oxeda 

oxefe 

oxegi 

oxeho 

oxfer 


roubles ( — ) kopecks 
rough (ing) (ly) (ness) 
very rough 

round(s) (ed) (ing) (ly) 
round about 
rouse (d) (ing) 
route 

by best route 
„ what „ 
en route 
routine 
row(s) (dy) 
royal 
royalty (ies) 


Rouble(s) — cont. 
See Excite 


,, „ ( — ) still continues 
small rise (in) 




sudden rise (in) 
tendency to rise (in) 




there has been a rise (in) 
to rise 




what is the cause of the rise (in) 
risen (to) 




rising (to) 

rising by 

risk(s) (of) (ed) (ing) See also 

against all risks 






„ war risk 




(at) our (my) risk 

(,,) the risk of 

(„) their (his, her) risk 

(„) your risk 

avoid large risks 

do not run any risk 

great risk 

have you incurred any risk 

if you consider there is any risk 

,, there is any risk 

incur no risk(s) 














is there any risk 




no risk 




sea risk 




there is no risk 
total risk(s) 
what is the risk 
without risk 
risky 
ver}- risky 

rival(s) (led) ding) 
road(s) 

TOP fffaPfS 

rob(s) (bed) (bing) (ber(s)) 

rock(s) 

rod(s) 

rogue(s) 

role 

roU(s) (ed) (ing) 

rolling stock 

roof(s) (ing) 

room(s) 

secure room(s) at ( — ) hotel on (- 

rope(s) (d) (ing) 

ropeway(s) 

rosy 

rot(s) (ted) (ting) 














-) for 

Rouble{s) — com. 


oxfis 

oxfot 

oxfuv 

oxfyx 

oxges 

oxgit 

oxrov 

oxgyz 

oxhet 

oxhiv 




















rota 




rotation 
rotten 




rouble (s) 







1GU 



RUBBER SECTION. 



Oxhuz — Oznih 

ABABY — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code word of 10 letters. It has no meaning. See Preface. 



acid 




ozafi 


86 per cent, pure caoutchouc Caoutchouc— tout. 


acetic acid 




ozago 


87 


acreage under 


See also page 3 


ozahu 


88 


1 11 


„ |, rubber 




ozbap 


89 „ 




,, „ cocoa 




ozber 


90 ., 


1 n 


„ „ cocoanuts 




ozbis 


91 » 


1 11 


,, „ coffee 




ozbot 


92 




„ „ cinchona 




ozbuv 


93 


1 11 


ii it sago 




ozbyx 


94 


1 11 


i> ii sugar 




ozcar 


dollar capital See also page 31 


„ „ tapioca 




ozces 


rupee „ 


•i ii tea 




ozcit 


sterling „ 


„ suitable for planting 




ozcov 


cardamoms 


„ ,, „ „ rubber 


ozcux 


Government chemist See also page 35 


„ planted 




ozcyz 


chena grass 


„ not planted 




ozdas 


cinchona 


„ to be planted 




ozdet 


cinnamon 


,, cleared 




ozdiv 


clearing(s) 


„ not yet cleared 




ozdox 


acres of clearings 


,, of estate 




ozduz 


in clearings 


what is the acreage under 




ozdyb 


rubber clearings 


ii ii ,, ,i rubber 




ozejy 


„ „ are being interplanted with 


„ „ „ suitable for planting 


ozeno 


special clearings 


II II M II II 


„ rubber 


ozfat 


to continue clearing and planting 


ti n ii cleared 




ozfev 


(in) clots 


„ „ „ of the estate 




ozfix 


coagulant 


commercial ageilt(s) 


See also page 6 


ozfoz 


coagulation 


Director of Agriculture 


See also page 7 


ozfub 


coagulum 


albuminous matter 




ozfyc 


cocoa 


altitude 




ozgav 


cocoanuts 


suitability of altitude 




ozgex 


coffee 


ants 




ozgiz 


„ robusta 


white ants 




ozgob 


rubber company(ies) See also page 40 


cultivated area ( — ) acres 


See also page 13 


ozguc 


native conductor(s) See also page 42 


opening up new area 




ozgyd 


contract made See also page 44 


uncultivated area ( — ) acies 




ozhax 


„ „ for delivery during 


atmosphere 




ozhez 


.1 ,. >, ,, next year 


moist atmosphere 




ozhib 


„ „ ., of (— ) lbs. rubber 


„ „ and equable temperature 


ozhoc 


I , ,. .. (-) - » 

1 with option of supplying up to 


bark 




„ tissue 




ozhud 


copra [page 46) 
total cost, including all charges to London. See also) 


original bark 




ozhyf 


removal of bark 




oziry 


catch crop(s) See also page 48 


renewed bark 




ozisa 


estimate of crop for 


will bark be removed 




ozite 


11 11 next year 


without removal of bark 




ozivi 


„ „ year after next 


bearing 




ozixo 


no catch crops 


all in full bearing 




ozizu 


profitable „ 


how many trees in bearing 




ozjaz 


what is the crop of 


in full bearing 




ozjeb 


„ „ estimated crop of 


„ partial ,, 




ozjic 


11 11 11 11 11 rubber 


when in full bearing 




ozjod 


11 ii 11 11 11 11 for next year 


„ „ „ expected to 


produce 


ozjuf 


•■ n i> 11 11 11 11 year after next 


beetles 




ozkab 


cultivation 


„ and borers 




ozkec 


acreage under cultivation increased to ( — ) acres 


borers 




ozkid 


acres under cultivation 


botanist 




ozkof 


bad cultivation 


consulting botanist 




ozkyh 


cultivation of 


Government „ 




ozlac 


good cultivation 


bouws 




ozled 


open estate cultivation 


camphor 




ozlif 


poor cultivation 


caoutchouc 




ozluh 


what is the acreage under cultivation 


pure caoutchouc 




ozlyj 


wrong cultivation 


( — ) per cent, pure caoutchoac 




ozmad 


cure 


8o „ „ „ 




ozmef 


„ of rubber 


8i i, ii ii 




ozmoh 


to cure the rubber 


82 ,, u n 




ozmuj 


curing 


83 i> 11 i» 




ozmyk 


cost of curing rubber 


84 11 11 » 




oznaf 


what is the cost of curing 


85 


Caoutchouc — cont. 


oznih 


„ „ system of curing 



RUBBER SECTION. 



161 



Oznoj— Pajfu 



cutch 










pabfi 


cuts 










pabgo 


incised cuts 










pabhu 


oblique incised cuts 










pabil 


cuttings 










pabun 


rooted cuttings 










pabyp 


development good 


See 


also 


page 


56 


pacak 


bad 










pacel 


plantation developments 










pacim 


are the trees free from disease 


See 


also 


page 


59 




disease due to insects 










pacjy 


„ » fungi 










pacno 


„ „ „ and bacteria 










pacup 


„ prevention 










pacyr 


„ in trees 










padal 


is the estate free from disease 










padem 


root disease 










padry 


suitability of drainage 


See also 


page 


63 


padsa 


duty of ( — ) per cent., ad valorem 


See 


also 


page 


65 


padte 


„ „ i* 










padur 












padvi 


" " aj ;; " 










padwo 


» ,. 3 










padys 


» „ 5 










padzu 


>] >> io „ „ 










paeds 


» „ 15 










paent 


» » 20 ,, „ 










paerl 


» .» 25 










pafam 


what is the duty on rubber 










pafba 


dyewoodfs) 










pafce 


elevation is 


See 


also 


page 


67 


pafdi 


what is the elevation 










pafen 


adjoining estate 


See 


also 


page 


69 


paffo 


„ estates 










pafgu 


estimate expected to be exceeded 


See also 


page 


69 


pafliy 


„ „ „ realised 










pafip 


» >> .. » i 


f not exceeded 




pafus 


,, not „ „ „ 










pafyt 


planting experience 


See 


also 


page 73 


pagep 


extraction of rubber 


See 


also 


page 74 


pagir 


,, and cure of rubber 










pagja 


felled 










pagke 


acres felled 










pagli 


„ „ and burned 










pagmo 


„ ,, , burned and drained 










pagnu 


felled and ready for planting 










pagpy 


„ „ burned 










pagut 


,, „ drained 










pagyv 


should be felled 










pahap 


what number felled 










paher 


,, acreage is felled 










pah is 


„ ,, ,, and burned 










pahra 


,, „ , burned and drained 






pahti 


felling 










pahuv 


no further felling anticipated 










pahvo 


„ „ ,, will take place 










pahxu 


resume felling 










pahyx 


stop „ 










pahzy 


(in) films 










paigm 


firing 










paihn 


forest grass and waste 


See 


also 


page 


78 


paild 


„ , buildings and waste 










pairp 


gambier 










paisc 


gathering 










paizt 


cost of gathering 










pajar 


what is the cost of gathering 










pajbe 


girdling 










pajci 


fire girdling 










pajdo 


girth 










pajes 


average girth 


( 


Tiri) 


COtlt. 


pajfu 



See also 
[page 84 



See also page 85 



girth of lower trunk Girth — cont. 

„ ,, trees 

,, 3 feet from the ground 
„ ii „ . „ 
height and girth 
large in girth 
small ,, 

what is the girth 3 feet from ground [old) 

„ „ „ 3 ,, „ of trees ( — )yearsj 

„ average girth of the trees 3 feet from the 
ground 
government grant(s) See also page 84 

„ statutory grant(s) 

ground unsuitable for rubber planting 

„ suitable „ „ „ 

low lying ground 

„ „ „ of a swampy nature 

nature of the ground 
what is the nature of the ground 
growth satisfactory 

„ not „ 
healthy and vigorous growth 
is the growth satisfactory 
morbid growth (s) 
stunted growth 
vigorous growth 
gum(s) 
other gums 
incision 
clean incision 

,, method 

indigenous 

„ to this district 

„ ,, country 

not indigenous 
„ „ to this district 

„ „ „ country 

indigo 

interplant (with) 
interplanted (with) 
„ among 

,, with cocoa 

„ cocoanuts 
,, ,, coffee 

,, sugar canes 
,, pepper 
,, 11 tapioca 

.1 tea 
,, ,, rubber 

mostly interplanted with 
with what is it interplanted 
interplanting (with) 
propose interplanting with 
jungle 

acres of jungle 
cleared jungle 
jungle and chena 
to clear the jungle 
uncleared ,, 
virgin 
what is the extent of the jungle 

„ „ .. » cleared jungle 



kapoc 
kiln(s) 

Chinese labour 
Cingalese labour 
Coolie „ 

is labour plentiful 



uncleared jungle 



and cheap 



See also page 102 



Labour — cont. 



162 



RUBBER SECTION. 



Pajgy— Pebig 



Javanese labour 


Labour — cont. 


paryh 


labour plentiful 




pasac 


„ „ and cheap 




pased 


„ „ but dear 




pasif 


„ scarce 




pasjo 


Malay labour 




pasku 


price of „ 




pasly 


Tamil „ 




pasma 


what is the labour 




pasne 


lalang 




pasog 


free from lalang 




paspi 


heavy lalang 


. 


pasuh 


landolphia 




patad 


certificates of " Customary Land Holdings " 


patef 


cleared land 


See also page 103 


patig 


conformation of the land is 




patoh 


„ „ flat 




patsu 


„ •> ,, rising 




patuj 


"Customary Land Holdings" 




patva 


further land 




patyk 


,, jungle land 




patzi 


high lands 




pauln 


land regulations 




paurz 


,, „ of British North Borneo 


pavaf 


low lands 




pavbu 


swampy land 




pavcy 


uncleared land 




pavda 


latex 




paveg 


average quality of latex 




pavfe 


,, quantity of „ 




pavgi 


drying latex 




pavho 


extracting the latex by primitive methods 


pavih 


first latex 




pavuk 


how is latex being extracted 




pavyl 


latex producing 




pawok 


,, „ powers 




paxag 


,, ducts 




paxeh 


,, is 




paxij 


„ ,, white and creamy 




paxju 


„ flows plentifully 




paxky 


„ does not flow plentifully 




paxla 


,, of a rubber nature 




paxme 


maximum quantity of latex 




paxni 


minimum ,, ,, 




paxpo 


percentage of rubber in the latex 




paxul 


)> »> » ;> >> 


varies 


paxym 


process for drying latex 




payhm 


quality of the latex 




paylp 


quantity of latex 




paynd 


„ and quality of the latex 




payrc 


second latex 




payth 


usual quantity of latex 




pazah 


,, quality „ „ 




pazik 


what is the quality of the latex 




pazol 


„ ,, ,, and quantity o 


' the latex 


pazru 


„ ,, quantity of the latex 




pazsy 


,, ,, process of drying the latex 


pazta 


renewable lease(s) 


See also page 104 


pazum 


leaves 




pazve 


shedding leaves 




pazwi 


lopping 




pazyn 


centrifugal separating machine^ 


See also page no 


pazzo 


manure (s) 




peahm 


basic phosphate 




pealp 


dried blood 




peand 


nitrate of soda 




pearc 


sulphate of potash 




peath 


manured 




pebad 


manuring 




pebef 


measurements taken 


See also page 113 


pebig 


Measurements- — coni. 





Measurements — cont. 
what are the measurements of the trees 
mineral matter See also page 118 

moisture 
mulch (ed) (ing) 
mulched with grass and leaves 
nursery (ies) 
Ceara nursery 
establishing nurseries 
nurseries on the estate 

„ „ „ estimated to contain about) 

Para nursery [( — ) plants) 

what number of plants do you estimate the nursery) 
nutmeg(s) [to contain) 

oil(s) 

oils and resins 

actual output (is) See also page 132 

estimated output 

what is the estimated output (for) 
paddy 
palm 

burning palm 
patena 

„ and waste 
pepper 
pests 
are trees free from pests 

„ „ ,, „ ,, and blight 
free from pests 

i» » » and blight 
pests and blight 

,, in trees 
piling 

plant(s) See also page 137 

cover plants 

indigenous rubber plant(s) 
rubber bearing plant(s) 
to plant a further ( — ) acres with 

,, ,, ( — ) ,, rubber 

what plants 
wild rubber plant(s) 
young plants 
plantation(s) 
cinchona plantations 
cocoa „ 

cocoanut 
coffee „ 

rubber ,, 

sugar cane ,, 
tea plantations 
new „ 
old 

plantations in 
what plantations 
planted 

chiefly planted (with) 
entirely „ ( „ ) 
estate „ ( „ ) 
how much planted 

,, ,, will there be planted 

,, planted 
now being opened and planted 

of the area named about (— ) acres planted with 



» (— ) 
» (-) 

planted on 

„ ,, flat ground 
,, „ sloping ground 
,, ,, a steepish slope 
,, through 

tea 



rubber 
other crops 



Planted — cont. 



RUBBER SECTION. 



163 



Peboh — Perat 



Rubber 1 — cont. 



planted through coffee Planted — cont. 

„ „ cocoa 

practically whole of estate planted with 
there will be ( — ) acres planted 
what is the estate chiefly planted with 
planter(s) 

experienced planter(s) 
rubber planter(s) 
planting 

acres cleared for planting 
close planting 
method of planting 
not yet ready for planting 
planting will be taken in hand 

,, „ „ „ immediately 

,, out 
,, commenced 
,, not yet commenced 
,, completed 
,, not yet completed 
,, at stake 
ready for planting out 
rubber planting 
when will planting be commenced 

,, „ completed 

wide planting 

cleanliness in preparation See also page 140 

purity and careful preparation 

antiseptic smoke process See also page 142 

new process 
smoke curing process 

other produce See also page 142 

producers 

,, of rubber 

staple product is See also page 142 

„ „ „ rubber 

>■ 1. .1 pepper 

,, „ „ tapioca 

■1 n 11 tea 

,, „ ,, cocoa 

,, „ „ cocoanuts 

n ii rice 

11 11 11 sugar cane 

uniformity of product 

over production See also page 142 

proteids 

homogeneous and even quality See also page 146 
excessive rainfall See also page 147 

no rent to pay See also page 154 

rent is trifling 

there is no rent for ( — ) years [acre 

„ „ ( — ) ,, after which ( — ) per 

what is the rent 

„ ,, and tenure 

without quit rent 
resin(s) 

departmental report(s) See also page 155 

acres in reserve See also page 156 

,, ,, for rubber cultivation 

in reserve 
reserve land 
rice 

„ mill 
plenty of room See also page 159 

rootis) 
dead roots 
root development 

,, failure 
rubber 
Castilloa Elastica Rubber — cont. 



pejop 

pejn 

pejso 

pejtu 

pejur 

pejvy 

pejwa 

pejys 

pejze 

pekam 

pekbi 

pekco 

pekdu 

peken 

pekfy 

pekga 

pekhe 

pekip 

pekor 

pekus 

pekyt 

pelep 

pelir 

pelji 

pelko 

pellu 

pelmy 

pelna 

pelos 

pelut 

pelyv 

pemap 

pemer 

pemis 

pemot 

pemro 

pemty 

pemuv 

pemwe 

pemyx 

penar 

penbo 

pencu 

pendy 

penes 

penfa 

penge 

penhi 

penov 

penux 

penyz 

peold 

peorp 

peosc 

peozt 

pepas 

pepet 

pepiv 

pepjo 

pepku 

peply 

pepma 

pepne 

pepox 

peppi 

pepuz 

pepyb 

perat 



trees of Castilloa Elastica 



1 year 

2 years 
3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
10 
above 10 years 

Ficus Elastica (Rambong) 

trees of Ficus Elastica 

1 year 

2 years 

3 .. 

4 - 

5 .. 

6 „ 

7 - 

8 „ 

9 » 
10 „ 
above 10 years 

Ficus Regia 
Funtumia Elastica 
Hevea Braziliensis (Para) 
trees of Hevea Braziliensis 

1 year 

2 years 

3 .. 

4 -. 

5 .. 

6 „ 

7 .. 

8 „ 

9 ., 
10 „ 
above 10 years 

Manihot Glaziovii (Ceara) 
trees of Manihot Glaziovii 

11 11 * y ear 

2 years 

3 .. 

4 - 

5 » 

6 .. 

7 .. 

8 .. 

9 » 
,. »i J o ., 

,, ,, above 10 years 

Manihot Dickotoma 
actual output of rubber 
analysis of rubber 
( — ) per cent, caoutchouc, ( — ) per cent, moisture, 
( — ) per cent, oils and resins, ( — ) per cent. 
mineral matter, ( — ) per cent, proteids 
cultivated rubber 
cultivation of rubber 
cured rubber 
dry rubber 

,, „ harvested 
eastern plantation rubber 
estimated output (crop) of rubber, lbs. 
high grade plantation rubber 
immature rubber 
loaded rubber 
low grade plantation rubber 

Rubber- -co*t» 



164 



RUBBER SECTION. 



PereY — Phaom 



ABABY — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code word of 10 letters. It has no meaning. 



mature rubber Rubber — cont. 

native collection of rubber 

new rubber 

old 

output of dry rubber (lbs.) 

over production of rubber 

perished rubber 

planted „ 

price of „ (native) 

„ „ (plantation) 

replanted rubber vines 
,, „ trees 

root rubber 

rubber producing industry 
„ has arrived 

„ „ „ in good condition 
» ii » .1 bad „ 

„ „ not arrived 
,, production 
„ consumption 
„ vines 
„ trees 

„ interplanted with 
„ of first rate quality 
„ „ inferior „ 
substitute for rubber 
synthetic rubber 
tree rubber 
vine „ 
wet „ 

„ block rubder 
what is the estimated output of rubber for 
„ „ actual „ „ „ 

,, „ amount of dry rubber 
„ „ „ ,, rubber harvested 

„ „ analysis of the rubber 
,, amount of cultivated ,, 
„ is the price of rubber (native) 
,, „ „ „ plantation rubber 

wild rubber 

„ „ trees 
plantation, fine 

„ Amber block 



plantation, Biscuits 



, f.a.q. 

, prime brown 

, „ amber 



plantation, Biscuits and sheets 



Rubber — cont. 



peyms 
peyrz 

pezac 

pezed 

pezif 

pezka 

pezle 

pezmi 

pezno 

pezog 

pezpu 

pezuh 

pezyj 

pfaah 

pfaeb 

pfaic 

pfaod 

pfauf 

pfayg 

pfeap 

pfeik 

pfeol 

pfeum 
pfeyn 
pfiaz 
pfier 

pfiot 

pfoab 

pfoec 

pfoid 

pfoof 

pfoug 
pfoyh 

pfuaj 

pfuek 

pfuil 

pfuom 

pfuun 

pfyar 

pfyes 

pfyit 

pfyov 

pfyux 

phaaj 

phaek 

phail 

phaom 



plantation, Blankets 



See Preface. 
Rubber — cont. 



plantation 



Crepe 



first latex 
No. 2 
pale 
light 

„ mottled 

„ brown 

„ „ mottled 
good clear brown 

„ brown 
dark 
black 



plantation, Rambong 



scrap 
crepe 



plantation, Scrap 



plantation 



Sheets 



f.a.q. 

smoked 
prime brown 
,, amber 
softish 



Rubber — cont. 






RUBBER SECTION. 



165 



Phaun — Pinny 



plantation, Worms 



Accra paste 
Addah niggers 
Almedina 
Assam 

„ I. 
Assare 
Assinee 
Balata 

„ block 

„ sheet 
Bassam 

„ cake 

„ niggers 

i, twists 
Batanga 

„ cake 
Benguelas 

„ prime 

II. 
Benin 

„ lumps 
Bissao 

„ flat 

„ niggers 
Bolivian 

„ fine 
Borneo 

I. 
Calabar 

ball 

„ lumps 
Camaroon 
Caucho 

„ ball 

„ „ Upper Amazon 

„ „ Lower „ 

„ slab 
Ceara 

„ scrap 
Central American 

ii >, roll 

ii n scrap 

i, i, sheet 

Congo 

„ cherries 

,, red upper 
Ecuador 
Entrefine coarse 

„ „ ' and virgin 

Esmeralda 
Gaboon 

„ large ball 

„ small „ 
flake 

„ lump flake 
Gambia 

niggers 

I- 
„ II. 
Gold Coast 

„ lumps 



Rubber — cont. 


pifde 


Guayule 




pi fern 


Gutta percha 




piffi 


Ivory Coast 




pifco 


„ niggers 




pifhu 


Jecquie 




pifin 


Kasai 




pi fop 


Lagos 




pigen 


„ lumps 




P!gip 


Liberian 




p'gjy 


Loandas 




pigka 


„ prime 




pigle 


II. 




pigmi 


Loango 




pigpu 


„ ball 




p;gyt 


Madagascar 




pihan 


„ prime pinky 




pihep 


„ Majunga 




pihir 


„ niggers, E.C. 




pihos 


W.C 




pihry 


Mangabeira 




pihsa 


„ Bahia 




pihte 


,, Parnahyba 




pihvi 


„ Maranham 




pihxo 


„ Pernambuco 




pihyv 


Rio 




pihzu 


„ Mattogrosso 




pijap 


Manicoba 




pijba 


Manoh 




pijee 


„ twists 




pijdi 


Massai 




pijer 


„ prime red A. 




pijfo 


Mattogrosso fine 




P!JgU 


Mayumba 




pijhy 


Mollendo 




pijis 


„ fine 




pijot 


Mombassa 




pijyx 


Mozambique 


• 


pikar 


Negroes 




pikit 


,, Sertao 




pikja 


„ Bolivian 




pikke 


„ Para 




pikli 


„ Mattogrosso 




pikmo 


„ Ceara 




piknu 


„ Mollendo 




pikov 


„ Cameta 




pikpy 


Niger 




pikux 


„ niggers 




pikyz 


„ Balata 




pilas 


„ gutta 




pilet 


„ flake 




piliv 


„ paste 




pilox 


Palembang 




pilra 


Para 




pilti 


„ entrefine 




pilxu 


„ „ hard cure 




pilyb 


■i .. soft „ 




pilzy 


„ fine 




pimat 


„ „ hard cure 




pimev 


„ soft ,, 




pimfu 


Penang 




pimha 


„ I- 




pimix 


Pernam 




piniyc 


„ scrap 




pinav 


Pontianak 




pinex 


Putumayo 




pinje 


„ tails 




pinki 


Rangoon 




pinlo 


L 




pinmu 


Rio Nunez 


Rubber — cont. 


pinny 


Soudan 



Rubber — cont 



Rubber — cont. 



166 



RUBBER SECTION. 



Pinpa — Plouj 



Soudan niggers 




Rubbor- 


-cottt. 




„ twists 








pixpi 


Thimbles 










„ black 
West Indian 








pixyl 


m » scrap 










■i >> n Greytown 






pizag 


„ Bluefield 






pizeh 


general quality (ies) 




See also page 151 


black 










„ and softish 








pizij 


brown 










brownish 










clean brown 








pizok 


dark 










„ to clean brown 








pizro 


extra fine 










fair to good 








pizsu 


fine 










„ clean 








pizty 


good „ 










„ to fine 








pizul 


» ,■ ». pale 










inferior mixed 








pizva 


pale 










soft 








pizwe 


softish 











crop for last month ( — ) lbs. dry rubber 

„ „ month of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. dry rubber 
(„ ,, the season up to end of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. dry 
{ rubber 

(crop for three months of the season up to end of 
1 (— ), (— ) lbs. dry rubber 

(what quantity of dry rubber has been harvested 
\ for last month 

(what quantity of dry rubber has been harvested 
\ for month of 

(what quantity of dry rubber has been harvested 
\ for the season up to end of 

I what quantity of dry rubber has been harvested for 
{ the three months of the season up to end of 
harvested for last month, ( — ) lbs. dry rubber 

„ „ month of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. dry rubber 

f „ „ the season up to end of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. 

I dry rubber 
(harvested for three months of the season up to end 

of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. dry rubber 
what quantity of dry rubber, cocoa, tea and pepper 

has been harvested for last month 
what quantity of dry rubber, cocoa, tea and pepper 

has been harvested for month of 
what quantity of dry rubber, cocoa, tea and pepper 

has been harvested for the season up to end of 
what quantity of dry rubber, cocoa, tea and pepper 
has been harvested for the three months of the 
season up to end of 
harvested for last month, ( — ) lbs. dry rubber, ( — ) 

cwts. cocoa, ( — ) lbs. tea, ( — ) lbs. pepper 
harvested for month of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. dry rubber, 

( — ) cwts. cocoa, ( — ) lbs. tea, ( — ) lbs. pepper 
harvested for the season up to end of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. dry 
rubber, ( — ) cwts. cocoa, ( — ) lbs. tea, ( — ) lbs. pepper 

Rubber— cont. 



pizym 

pizzi 

plaak 

plael 

plaim 

plaon 

plaup 

P la yj 

pleet 

pleiv 
pleox 
pleuz 

pleyr 

pliac 
pliog 
ploal 

ploem 

ploin 
ploop 
plouj 



Rubber — cont. 
harvested for three months of the season up to end 

of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. dry rubber, ( — ) cwts. cocoa, ( — ) 

lbs. tea, ( — ) lbs. pepper 
what quantity of dry rubber and coffee has been 

harvested for last month 
what quantity of dry rubber and coffee has been 

harvested for month of 
what quantity of dry rubber and coffee has been 

harvested for the season up to end of 
what quantity of dry rubber and coffee has been 

harvested for the three months of the season up to 

end of 
harvested for last month, ( — ) lbs. dry rubber, ( — ) 

cwts. coffee 
harvested for month of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. dry rubber, 

( — ) cwts. coffee 
harvested for the season up to end of ( — ), ( — ) 

lbs. dry rubber, ( — ) cwts. coffee 
harvested for three months of the season up to end 

of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. dry rubber, ( — ) cwts. coffee 
(what quantity of dry rubber and tea has been 
I harvested for last month 

(what quantity of dry rubber and tea has been 
\ harvested for month of 

(what quantity of dry rubber and tea has been 
1 harvested for the season up to end of 
[what quantity of dry rubber and tea has been 
1 harvested for the three months of the season up 
1 to end of 

J harvested for last month, ( — ) lbs. dry rubber, ( — )> 
I lbs. tea 

(harvested for month of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. dry rubber, 
1 (— ) lbs. tea 

(harvested for the season up to end of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. 
1 dry rubber, ( — ) lbs. tea 

(harvested for three months of the season up to 
\ end of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. dry rubber, ( — ) lbs. tea 
J what quantity of dry rubber, tea and coffee has 
1 been harvested for last month 
(what quantity of dry rubber, tea and coffee has 
( been harvested for month of 
(what quantity of dry rubber, tea and coffee has 
\ been harvested for the season up to end of 
(what quantity of dry rubber, tea and coffee has 
j been harvested for the three months of the 
( season up to end of 
/harvested for last month, ( — ) lbs. dry rubber, ( — ) 

lbs. tea, ( — ) cwts. coffee 
harvested for month of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. dry rubber, 

( — ) lbs. tea, ( — ) cwts. coffee 
harvested for the season up to end of ( — ), ( — ) 

lbs. dry rubber, ( — ) lbs. tea, ( — ) cwts. coffee 
harvested for three months of the season up to end 

of (— ), (— ) lbs. dry rubber, (— ) lbs, tea, (— ) 

cwts. coffee 
what quantity of dry rubber and tapioca has been 
, harvested for last month 
what quantity of dry rubber and tapioca has been 

harvested for month of 
what quantity of dry rubber and tapioca has been 

harvested for the season up to end of 
what quantity of dry rubber and tapioca has been 

harvested for the three months of the season up 

to end of 
harvested for last month, ( — ) lbs. dry rubber, 

(— ) piculs tapioca 
harvested for month of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. dry rubber, 

( — ) piculs tapioca 
harvested for the season up to end of ( — ), ( — ) 

lbs. dry rubber, ( — ) piculs tapioca 

Rubber — cont. 



RUBBER SECTION. 



167 



Ployk— Pogaz 



Rubber — cont. 

(harvested for three months of the season up to end 
1 of ( — ),( — ) lbs. dry rubber, ( — ) piculs tapioca 
(what quantity of dry rubber, coffee, cocoa and 
1 pepper has been harvested for last month 
(what quantity of dry rubber, coffee, cocoa and 
( pepper has been harvested for month of 
what quantity of dry rubber, coffee, cocoa and 
pepper has been harvested for the season up to 
end of 
what quantity of dry rubber, coffee, cocoa and 
pepper has been harvested for the three months 
of the season up to end of 
harvested for last month, ( — ) lbs. dry rubber, ( — ) 

cwts. coffee, ( — ) cwts. cocoa, ( — ) lbs. pepper 
harvested for month of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. dry rubber, 
( — ) cwts. coffee, ( — ) cwts. cocoa, ( — ) lbs. pepper 
harvested for the season up to end of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. 
dry rubber, ( — ) cwts. coffee, ( — ) cwts. cocoa, 
( — ) lbs. pepper 
harvested for three months of the season up to end 
of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. dry rubber, ( — ) cwts. coffee, ( — ) 
cwts. cocoa, ( — ) lbs. pepper 
made for last month, equal to ( — ) lbs. rubber; 

equal to ( — ) lbs. tea 
made for month of ( — ), equal to ( — ) lbs. rubber; 

equal to ( — ) lbs. tea 
made for the season up to end of ( — ), equal to ( — ) 

lbs. rubber; equal to ( — ) lbs. tea 
made for three months of the season up to end 
of ( — ), equal to ( — ) lbs. rubber ; equal to ( — ) lbs. 
tea 
what is output of rubber and tin for last month 
„ „ „ ,, „ month of 

(„ „ „ „ „ the season up to 

end of 
(what is output of rubber and tin for the three 
1 months of the season up to end of 
output for last month, ( — ) lbs. rubber, ( — ) $ tin 
„ month of (— ), (— ) lbs. rubber, (— ) $ tin 

„ the season up to end of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. 

\ rubber, ( — ) $ tin 

(output for three months of the season up to end 
t of (— ), (— ) lbs. rubber, (— ) S tin 
what is the yield of dry rubber for last month 

ii ti » >> month of 

f „ „ „ „ the season up to 

( end of 

(what is the yield of dry rubber for the three months 
| of the season up to end of 
yield for last month, ( — ) lbs. dry rubber 
„ month of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. dry rubber 
„ the season up to end of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. dry 
\ rubber 

(yield for three months of the season up to end of 
1 (— ), (— ) lbs. dry rubber 
what is the yield of cocoa for last month 
ii ii ., ii month of 

„ „ „ „ the season up to end of 

f „ ,, „ „ „ three months of the 

X season up to end of 
yield for last month, ( — ) cwts. cocoa 
„ ,, month of ( — ), ( — ) cwts. cocoa 
„ ,, the season up to end of ( — ), ( — ) cwts. cocoa 
f „ ,, three months of the season up to end of 
| ( — ), ( — ) cwts. cocoa 
what is the yield of coffee for last month 
,, ,, ,, „ month of 

,, ,, „ „ the season up to end of 

f ,, „ „ „ „ three months of 

X the season up to end of 

Rubber — coin. 



pnyuc 
poafs 

poalk 

poart 

poasd 
pobas 

pobet 

pobiv 

pobju 
pobky 

pobla 

pobme 

pobni 
pobox 
pobpo 

pobuz 

pobyb 
pocat 
pocev 

pocix 

pocoz 
pocru 

poesy 

pocub 

pocwi 
pocyc 
podav 

podbu 

podcy 
podda 
podex 

podfe 

podgi 
pod ho 
podiz 

podob 

poduc 
podyd 
poegt 

poerz 

pofax 
pofez 
pofib 

pofjy 

pofka 
pofle 
pofmi 

pofno 

pofoc 
pofpu 
pofud 

pofyf 

pogaz 



Rubber — cont. 

yield for last month, ( — ) cwts. coffee 

„ „ month of ( — ), ( — ) cwts. coffee 
f „ „ the season up to end of ( — ), ( — ) cwts. 
X coffee 

jyield for three months of the season up to end of 
| ( — ), ( — ) cwts. coffee 
what is the yield of cardamoms for last month 

„ H » >> month of 

J ,, „ n .i the season up to 

I end of 

(what is the yield of cardamoms for the three months 
X of the season up to end of 
yield for last month, ( — ) lbs. cardamoms 

„ „ month of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. cardamoms 
f „ ,, the season up to end of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. 
1 cardamoms 

/yield for three months of the season up to end of 
{ ( — ), ( — ) lbs. cardamoms 
what is the yield of cinchona for last month 
„ „ „ month of 

„ „ „ the season up to end of 

( „ „ „ „ ,, three months of the 

\ season up to end of 
yield for last month, ( — ) lbs. cinchona 
„ „ month of (—),(—) lbs. „ 
„ „ the season up to end of ( — ),(—) lbs. cinchona 
( „ „ three months of the season up to end of ( — ), 
1 ( — ) lbs. cinchona 
what is the yield of cocoanuts for last month 

n H ii » month of 

( „ „ ii »» the season up to 

( end of 

(what is the yield of cocoanuts for the three months 
( of the season up to end of 
yield for last month, ( — ) cocoanuts 
„ ,, month of ( — ), ( — ) „ 

„ ,, the season up to end of ( — ), ( — ) cocoanuts 
f „ „ three months of the season up to end of ( — ), 
X ( — ) cocoanuts 

what is the yield of pepper for last month 
„ ,i ii i> month of 

,, ,, „ the season up to end of 

f „ „ ,, „ „ three months of the 

X season up to end of 
yield for last month, (— ) lbs. pepper 
„ „ month of (— ), ( — ) lbs. pepper 
„ ,, the season up to end of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. pepper 
f „ ,, three months of the season up to end of 
1 (— ), (— ) lbs. pepper 
what is the yield of sago for last month 
„ ii •) ii month of 

„ „ „ „ the season up to end of 

f „ „ „ „ „ three months of the 

X season up to end of 
yield for last month, ( — ) piculs sago 
„ ,, month of ( — ), ( — ) piculs sago 
„ ,, the season up to end of ( — ), ( — ) piculs sago 
f „ ,, three months of the season up to end of 
1 (—),(—) piculs sago 
what is the yield of sugar for last month 
„ „ „ month of 

,, „ „ the season up to end of 

j „ „ „ „ three months of the 

X season up to end of 
yield for last month, ( — ) cwts. sugar 
„ ,, month of ( — ), ( — ) cwts. sugar 
„ ,, the season up to end of ( — ), ( — ) cwts. sugar 
f ,, „ three months of the season up to end of ( — ), 
{ ( — ) cwts. sugar 
what is the yield of tapioca '-vt Wat month 

Rubber — cont. 



168 



RUBBER SECTION. 



Pogeb— Pough 

ABABY — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code word of 10 letters. It has no meaning. See Preface. 



Rubber — cont. 
what is the yield of tapioca for month of 

„ „ „ the season up to end of 

„ „ „ „ three months of 

\ the season up to end of 
yield for last month, ( — ) piculs tapioca 

„ „ month of ( — ), ( — ) piculs tapioca 
j „ „ the season up to end of ( — ), ( — ) piculs 
\ tapioca 

/yield for three months of the season up to end of ( — ), 
\ ( — ) piculs tapioca 
what is the yield of tea for last month 
„ „ „ „ „ month of 
„ „ „ „ „ the season up to end of 

{„ „ „ „ „ ,, three months of the 
season up to end of 
yield for last month, ( — ) lbs. tea 

„ ,, month of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. tea 

„ „ the season up to end of ( — ), ( — ) lbs. tea 
f „ ,, three months of the season up to end of ( — ), 
t (— ) lbs. tea 
sago 

fat public sale ( — ) lbs. rubber realized average price 
\ of ( — ) per lb. See also page 173 

total sales for last month ( — ) lbs. rubber at ( — ) per lb. 
„ ,, „ month of ( — ), ( — ) lbs, rubber at ( — )per 
saplings [lb. 

seeding 

age 
seedlings 

what is the number of seedlings 
seed(s) 

at what price can you buy seeds 
bought ( — ) seeds (at) 
buy ( — ) seeds (at) 
can buy ( — ) seeds (at) 
cannot buy ( — ) seeds (at) 
Ceara seeds 
have sufficient seeds for 

„ ,, „ „ next season's planting 

„ you sufficient seeds for 

„ „ „ „ „ next season's planting 

„ not sufficient seeds 
Para seeds 
put in seed for 

„ ,, next season's requirements 

„ ( — ) seeds 

,, ( — ) „ of Hevea 

» ( — ) 11 », Manihot 
see that you have sufficient seeds for 

11 » i> >, 11 11 next season's 

seed beds [planting 

shall we buy ( — ) seeds at 
separator 

drying shed(s) 

sisal 

suitability of situation See also page 1S3 

smoke 

dense smoke 

soil 

„ and climatic conditions 

„ very rich 

„ not suitable 
suitability of soil 
suitable soil 
virgin soil 
sold ( — ) lbs. rubber, this year's crop, at See also 

„ (—) „ „ next „ „ [page 184 

spice 
spirals 
curing and receiving station See also page 187 



pomeh 

pomij 

pomki 

pomlo 

pommu 

pomny 

pomok 

pompa 

pomul 

pomym 

ponah 

ponik 

ponol 

ponre 

ponsi 

ponto 

ponum 

ponvu 

ponxy 

ponyn 

ponza 

poobd 

poolz 

poonk 

poorg 

poost 

popaj 

popci 

popek 

popfu 

popgy 

popha 

popil 

popom 

popun 

popyp 

porak 

porel 

porim 

porji 

porko 

porlu 

pormy 

porna 

poron 

porpe 

porup 

poryr 

posal 

posem 

posin 

posop 

posri 

posso 

postu 

posur 

posvy 

poswa 

posys 

posze 

potbi 

potco 

potdu 

poten 

potfy 

potga 

potip 

potyt 

pouds 

pough 



See also page 187 



See also page 19 r 
See also page 191 



See also page 193, 



statistics of 

,, „ acreage 

,, „ yields 

„ „ trees 

Stumps 

at what price can you buy stumps 
buy stumps (at) 
can buy stumps (at) 
cannot buy stumps (at) 
Ceara stumps 
from „ 
Para 

shall we buy stumps (at) 
stumps from the nurseries 



trees planted from stumps 
sugar 

,, cane(s) 
plantation superintendent 
Eurasian supervision 
European „ 

native „ 

swamp(s) 

adopt hot water system 

„ ( — ) system 
cease hot water system 

„ ( — ) system 
do not adopt hot water system 

11 11 ( — ) system 

,, you recommend ( — ) system 

,1 not „ (— ) „ 

hot water system 
recommend ( — ) system 
shall we adopt ( — ) system 

,, „ hot water system 

tap 

difficult to tap 
expect „ „ 

expected to tap a fair percentage of the trees 
not ready to tap 
over tap 
ready to tap 

tap a fair percentage of the trees 
under tap 

when do you expect to tap 
tapable 

how many trees are tapable 
trees will be tapable 

,, „ not be tapable till 
tapioca 
tapped 

(be) profitably tapped 
do not warrant the trees being tapped 
heavily tapped 
how many tapped 
not tapped 

„ heavily tapped 
over tapped 

tapped to utmost capacity 
to be tapped 
under tapped 

warrant the trees being tapped 
were tapped 

when will trees be ready to be tapped 
tapping 

alteration in the system of tapping 
are the trees fit for tapping 
cost of tapping rubber 

,, „ and curing rubber 

excision method of tapping Tapping — conU 



RUBBER SECTION. 



169 



Pount — Pugax 



experimental tapping 


Tapping — cont. 


psaij 


no facilities for transport Transport — cont 


fit for tapping 






psaok 


what are the facilities for transport 


heavy „ 






psaul 


tree(s) 


immature tapping 






psaym 


(a) species of rubber producing tree(s) 


incision method of tapping 






pseax 


age of trees on the estate range up to ( — ) years 


light tapping 






pseez 


average number of trees to the acre 


mature ,, 






psiag 


„ height of trees 


method of tapping 






psieh 


„ age of trees 


new method of tapping 






psioc 


Ceara trees 


not fit for tapping 






psoap 


census of trees 


ordinary method of tapping 






psoik 


.1 » ., taken 


overhead tapping 






psool 


developed trees 


state fit for tapping 






psoum 


dimensions of trees 


system of tapping 






psoyn 


from each tree 


tapping will be commenced 






psuaz 


fuel trees 


,, „ probably commence 






psuer 


fully developed trees 


„ commenced 






psuis 


growth of trees 


,, not yet commenced 






psuot 


„ „ „ in (— ) years 


„ of trees 






psuuv 


„ 


, „ most satisfactory 


„ „ young trees 






psuyx 


,, 


, „ not satisfactory 


„ „ immature trees 






psyah 


„ 


, „ deficient 


„ rubber 






psyeb 


„ 


, „ good 


„ stage 






psyic 


,, 


, „ excellent 


„ and preparation 






psyod 


„ 


, >, bad 


„ „ curing rubber 






psyuf 


healthy trees 


,, 3 year trees 






puagm 


height of trees 


4 .. .. 






puahn 


how many trees are there to the acre 


5 .. .. 






puarp 


„ are trees running 


,, 6 „ „ 






puasc 


immature trees 


» 7 » »> 






puazt 


increased number of trees in bearing 


» o >> >» 






pubar 


large number of 3 year old trees 


9 .. 






pubes 


., 4 >. „ » 


» io „ 






pubit 


„ 


, » 5 .» » >• 


„ ii >, 






pubku 


,, 


„ 6 „ „ „ 


ft 12 n ,, 






publy 


,, 


, 1, 7 1, 11 11 


» 13 .» 






pubma 


„ 


„ » 


„ 14 .. .. 






pubhe 


„ 


• ii 9 •• 11 ii 


„ 15 ,, .. • 






pubov 


„ 


,, 10 „ 


„ (-) „ ,, 






pubpi 


,, 


, „ trees over 10 years 


what is the cost of tapping 






pubux 


i> > 


„ „ under 3 „ 


„ „ „ „ „ „ and curing 




pubyz 


matured trees 


„ „ „ method of tapping 






pucas 


number of trees 


when will tapping be commenced 






pucet 


„ ,, „ planted 


tea 






puciv 


,, 


„ „ in bearing 


„ in bearing 






pucox 


„ 


„ matured trees 


„ not in bearing 






pucty 


11 


„ immature trees 


what is the estimate of tea in bearing 




pucva 


„ 


„ old trees 


thinning out 






pucwe 


„ 


„ new ,, 


„ „ trees 






puczi 


old trees 


by the sale of timber 


See also 


page 200 


pudat 


Para „ 


planted with timber 






pudcu 


partly developed trees 


sale of timber 






puddy 


resting of the trees 


what has been realised by sale of timber 




pudev 


rubber producing trees 


titles are agricultural 


See also 


page 201 


pudge 


take a census of the trees 


,, ,, mining 






pudhi 


the older trees 


Crown title(s) 






pudix 


„ younger trees 


native ,, 






pudoz 


total number of trees planted 


what is the title 






pudub 


trees in the rounds 


tobacco 






pudyc 


„ „ bearing 


leaf tobacco 






pufex 


„ „ partial bearing 


topped 






pufiz 


„ not yet in bearing 


transplant 






pufju 


„ are entirely free from disease 


transplanted 






pufky 


„ „ slightly diseased 


transplanting 






pufla 


„ „ badly diseased 


ready for transplanting 






pu'ine 


„ „ rooted deeply 


difficulties of transport 


See also 


page 203 


pufni 


„ „ running well 


facilities for „ 






pufob 


» „ not „ 


bad 






pufuc 


„ in rows 


>, ,» >• good 






pufyd 


„ „ ( — ) feet apart 


„ ,, „ indifferent 




pugax 


„ „ 10 „ „ Tree(s) — tout. 




Transport — cont. 









170 



RUBBER SECTION. 



Pugez — Puxyv 



•ees in rows 


ii 


r eet apart 


» i> 


12 


„ 


11 


>i ii 
ii ii 
» ii 


13 
14 
15 


11 


11 
11 


»» ii 


16 


„ 


11 


ii ii 


17 


„ 




n ii 


18 


11 




ii ii 


19 


„ 




ii ii 


20 


11 




ii ii 
ii ii 
ii ii 
ii ii 


21 
22 
24 
25 
30 

35 
40 


11 
11 




„ plantec 


10 feet by 10 


ii n 


10 


11 


12 


ii ii 


10 


11 


15 


ii ii 


10 


„ 


18 


n ii 


10 




20 


51 11 


10 




(-) 


11 11 


12 


„ 


12 


11 11 


12 


„ 


15 


11 II 


12 


„ 


18 


• 1 11 


12 


„ 


20 


11 II 


12 


„ 


22 


II II 


12 


11 


25 


11 11 


12 


„ 


(-) 


II 11 


14 


11 


(-) 


II II 


15 


„ 


15 


II 11 


15 


„ 


18 


II II 


15 


,, 


20 


II II 


15 


,, 


22 


11 11 


15 


„ 


25 


II II 


15 


i) 


30 


11 11 


15 


„ 


(-) 


II II 


16 


11 


(— ) 


11 11 


17 


„ 


(-) 


11 II 


18 


,, 


18 


11 11 


18 


,, 


20 


II II 


18 


,, 


22 


II II 


18 


,, 


25 


II II 


18 


,, 


30 


II II 


18 


„ 


(-) 


II 11 


20 


,, 


20 


II 11 


20 


,, 


22 


• 1 II 


20 


„ 


25 


II II 


20 


,, 


30 


II 11 


20 


„ 


(-) 


1. 11 


25 


„ 


25 


• 1 II 


25 


,, 


30 


II 11 


25 


,, 


(-) 


,, under i 


year old 




„ i year 


Did 






ii i to 2 J 


ears 


old 




„ 2 years 


old 






» 2 to 3 J 


ears 


old 




„ 3 years 


old 






.- 3 "to 4 y 


ears 


old 




„ 4 years old 






>. 4 to 5 > 


ears 


old 




„ 5 years 


old 






,, 5 to 6 y 


ears 


old 




„ 6 years 


old 






,, 6 to 7 y 


ears 


old 




„ 7 years 


old 






„ 7 to 8 y 


ears 


old 




„ 8 years 


old 







feet 



Oee(s) — cont. 


punra 


trees 8 to 9 years 


Did Tree(8) — cont. 




punse 


„ 9 years old 






punti 


„ 9 to 10 years 


old 




punul 


„ 10 years old 






punxu 


„ 11 „ 






punym 


11 12 „ 






punzy 


.. 13 






puohm 


,. M 






puolp 


,. 15 






puond 


„ over 15 years 


old 




puorc 


„ . under 9 inches in circumference 




puoth 


„ 9 to 12 „ 


. 




pupah 


.. 12 „ 15 » 


11 




pupba 


>, 15 ., 18 „ 


„ 




pupce 


„ 18 „ 20 „ 


11 




pupdi 


„ over 20 „ 


11 




pupgu 


„ of various ages 


- 


puphy 


11 11 n 


and dimensions 




pupik 


„ „ dimensions 




pupol 


„ to the acre 






pupum 


11 11 11 about 




pupyn 


11 11 11 


60 




puraj 


n n 11 


7o 




puril 


11 11 11 


80 




purje 


11 11 11 


90 




purki 


11 11 11 


, 100 




purmu 


11 •• n 


, 120 




purny 


ii 11 11 


1 *4° 




purpi 


11 11 11 


, 150 




puiun 


•1 11 11 


. 175 




pusak 


11 11 11 


180 




pusel 


11 11 11 


, 200 




pusim 


11 11 11 


225 




puson 


n 11 11 


1 250 




pusre 


11 11 11 


. 275 




pussi 


ii 11 ii 


300 




pusup 


•1 II 19 


, 35o 




pusvu 


11 II 11 


1 4°o 




puswy 


II 11 11 


, 450 




pusyr 


II II II 


500 




pusza 


II II 11 


, 55o 




putal 


11 II 11 


, 600 




pute;n 


II 11 II 


, 700 




putgy 


II •> 11 


, 800 




putop 


11 II II 


1 900 




putur 


II II II 


, 1,000 




putys 


II II II 


, 1,100 




puubd 


II II II 


, 1,200 




puulz 


undeveloped trees 






puunk 


unhealthy ,, 






puurg 


upkeep of the trees 






puust 


vigorous trees 






puvam 


vitality of the trees 






puven 


what is the age of t 


le trees 




puvip 


,, ,, average 


age of the trees 




puvji 


,, ,, number 


of trees under 3 years 




puvlu 


11 11 n 


11 4 to 6 „ 




puvrny 


11 ii 11 


6 „ 8 „ 




puvna 


•1 11 11 


8 „ 10 „ 




puvor 


11 11 11 


,, over 10 ,, 




puvpe 


,, ,, total nu 


mber of trees planted 




puvus 


11 


,, „ „ in full bearing 




puvyt 


11 n 11 


11 11 u 11 partial bearing 




puxan 


,, „ distance 


apart of the trees 




puxep 


young trees 






puxir 


underbrushing 






puxos 


vanilla 






puxut 


visiting agent 






puxwa 


has visiting agent arrived 


Tree(s) — cont. 


puxyv 


visiting agent advise 


:s discharge of manager 

Visiting Agent — cont. 



RUBBER SECTION. 



171 



Puxze— Pykyn 



Visiting Agent — cont. 
visiting agent has discharged manager 
,, expected to arrive 
,, leaves 
agent's report is 

„ ,, „ favourable 

„ „ „ unfavourable 

what is visiting agent's report 
vulcanize 
weeding 
clean weeding 
cost of „ 

what is the cost of weeding 
weeds 

acres cleaned of weeds 
cleaned of weeds 
free from „ 

,, „ and other plants 

what is the yield per tree See also page 221 

» . ,. of (— ) age 
average yield of all the trees 
yield per acre 

„ „ from tapping original bark 
„ „ „ „ renewed „ 

yield of rubber 
„ per acre 
„ „ „ from tapping 

, „ „ original bark 

•i ,, ii » .1 renewed „ 

„ „ „ „ „ „ is greater than yield 

from tapping original bark 
(yield per acre from tapping renewed bark is less than 
I yield from tapping original bark 
(yield per acre from tapping renewed bark about 
\ equal to yield from tapping original bark 
yield per tapped tree 

h lb. 



1 n 

1 J lbs. 



2 11 

2i .. 
Zk „ 

2'i ., 

2* „ 
2f .. 
^4 >i 

2g >• 

3 -. 
3±., 
3* ,. 
3*„ 

4 .. 
4l » 
4* » 
4l » 

5 .. 
5* ., 

5i .. 

5* .. 

6 „ 
6i ,. 

7 .. 



Yield — cont. 



pygfa 
pyghi 

pyg'g 

pygoh 

pygnj 

pygyk 

pyhaf 

pyheg 

pyhih 

pyhma 

pyhoj 

pyhpi 

pyhuk 

pyhyl 

pyifs 

pyirt 

pyisd 

pyjag 

pyjeh 

pyjij 

pyjok 

pyjru 

pyjsy 

pyjta 

pyjul 

pyjwi 

pyjym 

pyjzo 

pykah 

pykbu 

pykcy 

pykda 

pykgi 

pykho 

pykik 

pykol 

pykum 

pykyn 



yield per tapped tree 7I lbs. 



8i 

9 

9i 



Yield — cont. 



172 



RUBBER SECTION. 



Pylaj— Pypno 

ABABY. — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code word of 10 letters. It has no meaning. See Preface. 

pynem 



pynfi 
pyngo 

pynhu 

pynin 

pynop 

pynur 

pynys 

pyogt 

pyoms 

pyorz 

pypam 

pypen 

pypip 
pypjy 

pypka 
pypmi 
pypno 



Pypor— Raasp 



173 



rubbish (y) 


quaac 


ruby (ies) 


quaba 


rude (ly) (ness) 


quaci 


rudimentary 


quado 


rudiments 


quaed 


ruffle(s) (d) (ing) See Disturb 


quafu 


ruin(s) (ed) (ing) (ation) 


quagy 


ruinous (ly) 


quaib 


rule(s) (d) (ing) 


quaog 


contrary to rule(s) 


quash 


in accordance with rule(s) 


quauj 


rummage (d) (ing) 


quayr 


rumour(s) (ed) (that) See also Report 


queab 


foundation for the rumour 


quebi 


rumoured will be 


queca 


run(s) (ning) (off) 


quede 


in the long run 


queec 


run(s) (ning) down 


quefo 


» ( » ) on 


quehm 


„ ( „ ) smoothly 


queid 


and running about 


quejy 


everything running smoothly 


queks 


rupee(s) See also Pies 


quelg 


in rupees 


quemf 


rupees i anna 


quenx 


„ 2 annas 


queoh 


3 » 


quepu 


„ 4 » 


quert 


5 ., 


queuk 


ii 6 „ 


queyl 


7 .. 


quiaf 


>■ 8 ,| 


quibo 


n 9 u 


quida 


II io „ 


quiej 


ii ii ii 


quige 


II 12 ,. 


quihi 


i> 13 .. 


quiig 


„ 14 » 


quimu 


15 » 


quiny 


rupture (s) 


quioc 


rush (es) (ed) (ing) 


quipr 


rust 


quirk 


S 


quiuv 


sack(s) (of) (ing) 


quiyx 


sacrifice (s) (d) (ing) 


quoad 


at a sacrifice 


quobs 


can only be done at a sacrifice 


quoco 


must not sacrifice 


quodi 


sad (ly) 


quoef 


safe(s) (to) 


quofa 


are we (am I) safe in 


quohu 


do not think you are safe (in) (to) 


quojt 


if in your opinion not safe 


quoke 


pi „ „ quite safe 


quooj 


„ safe to 


quopy 


in safe keeping 


quoug 


is it (are they) quite safe 


quoyv 


it is not safe (to) 


quyah 


quite safe (to) 


quyby 


to what extent safe 


quycs 


safe custody 


quydu 


for safe custody 


quyeg 


in ,1 » 


quyga 


safe-deposit 


quyip 


safeguard(s) (ed) (ing) 


quyjo 


to safeguard 


quyki 


safely 


quyle 


safety 


quyob 


can it be done with safety 


quytm 


„ with safety 


quyuc 


cannot with safety 


quyyn 


sag (ged) (ging) 


raach 


said 


raals 


as they have (he, she has) said 


raanf 


,, we (I) have said 


raard 


„ you have sail Said — cont. 


raasp 



be said Said — cont. 

been said 

has anything been said 

it is said (that) 

„ „ to be 

„ „ „ have 
not said 
nothing said 

something is to be said 
that said 
they are (he, she is) said to 

„ (he, she) said (that) 
this said 
we are (I am) said to 

„ (I) said (that) 
were (was) said 

„ ( „ ) not said 
what has been „ 
who said 
you are said to 

„ said (that) 
sail(s) (ed) (ing) (on; 
telegraph when ready to sail 
not yet sailed 
sailed for 
,, per 
date of sailing 
sailer(s) 
sake(s) 

(for) our (my) sake 
( „ ) the sake of 
( „ ) their (his, her) sake 
( „ ) your sake 
however, for the sake of 
that for the sake of 
salary (ies) 

at a salary of ( — ) per annum 
what is the salary 
sale(s) (of) 
bona fide sale 
(by) private sale 
( „ ) public „ 
conditions of sale 
forced sale 
forward sale(s) 
further „ 
goods have been placed for sale in the hands of 

,, to be placed for sale in the hands of 
if sales pressed 
immediate sale 
large sales (of) 
limited sales (of) 

meet the market without forcing sales 
moderate sales (of) 
no sale(s) (of) 
not a bona fide sale 
on account of heavy sales 
our (my) sale(s) 
power of sale 
proceeds of sale 
put up for sale 
ready sale 
recent sales 
sale(s) to 
sheriff's sale 
small sales (of) 
terms of sale 
their (his, her) sale(s) 
total sales (of) 

what are the conditions of sale 
withdraw from sale 
withdrawn „ „ 
your sale(s) 

„ total sales 
saleable (at) 
if not saleable Saleable — cont. 



174 



Raaxt — Raswi 



if saleable Saleable— cont. 

is it (are they) saleable 

not saleable 

readily saleable 

salt(s) (ed) (ing) 

saltpetre 

salvage 

same 

about the same 

all the same 

almost the same 

by the same 

exactly the same 

for the same 

if it is not the same 

„ „ the same 
is it (are they) the same (as) 
it is (they are) not the same (as) 
,, will be all the same 
the same (as) 

„ „ or even 
with the same 
without the same 
sample(s) (of) (d) (ing) 
are samples fair average 
„ „ picked 

average sample (of) 

„ „ from 

inferior to sample 
picked sample(s) 
sample(s) from 
samples are picked 

„ „ not picked 

send sample(s) 
superior to sample 

up to sample [Consent, Permission) 

sanction(s) (ed) (ing) (by) See also Authority,} 

cannot sanction without referring to (the) 
do nothing without our (my) sanction 
„ „ „ their (his, her) sanction 

if it has our (my) sanction 
„ „ their (his, her) sanction 
„ „ your sanction 
with previous „ 
without previous sanction 
have you sanctioned this 
sanctioned by (on) 
this has been sanctioned by 
sand(s) (y) 
sanguine (ly) 
sanitary 
sapphire (s) 
satisfaction (of) 
(for) our (my) satisfaction 
( „ ) their (his, her) satisfaction 
( „ ) your satisfaction 
in full satisfaction of 
to our (my) satisfaction 
„ the satisfaction of 
„ their (his, her) satisfaction 
,, your satisfaction 
with equal satisfaction 
satisfactory (ily) (to) 
consider it satisfactory 
do not consider it satisfactory 
if „ satisfactory 
„ satisfactory 
is it „ 
not ,, 
quite „ 
satisfactory to all parties 

„ neither party 

very satisfactory 
not satisfactorily 
very „ 

satisfy (ies) (ied) (ing) (with) 

Satisfy {ies) (ied) (ing) — cont. 



rajko 

rajlu 

raj my 

rajna 

rajob 

rajpe 

rajuc 

raj yd 

rakax 

rakez 

rakib 

rakoc 

rakri 

rakso 

raktu 

rakud 

rakvy 

rakwa 

rakyf 

ralbi 

ralco 

raldu 

raleb 

ralfy 

ralga 

ralhe 

ralic 

ralod 

raluf 

ralyg 

ramec 

ramid 

ramjo 

ramku 

ramly 

ram ma 

ramne 

rampi 

ramug 

ramyh 

ranac 

raned 

ranog 

ranro 

ransu 

ranty 

ranuh 

ranva 

ranxe 

ranyj 

ranzi 

rapad 

rapef 

raphi 

rapig 

rapoh 

rapuj 

rapyk 

raraf 

rareg 

rarih 

rarky 

rarme 

raroj 

rarpo 

raryl 

rasag 

raseh 

rasij 

rasok 

rasru 

rassy 

rasta 

rasul 

rasve 

raswi 



to satisfy Satisfy (ies) (ied) (ing)— cont. 

are they (is he, she) satisfied (with) 

„ you satisfied (with) 
be satisfied (with) 

if mo* „ ( „ ) > 

,, satisfied ( „ ) 
not „ ( „ ) 

perfectly satisfied (with) 
they are (he, she is) satisfied (with) 

„ h ( „ ) not „ ( „ ) 
we ,, (I am) satisfied (with) 

„ „ ( „ ) not „ ( „ ) 
what will they (he, she) be satisfied with 

„ you be satisfied with 
you are satisfied (with) 
,, not „ ( „ ) 
saturate(s) (d) (ing) 
saturation 
Saturday 
every Saturday 
on „ 

save(s) (d) (ing) 

unless it saves 

say(s) (ing) (to) 
and say(s) that 
can say 

„ nothing more 
cannot say 
do not ,, 

,, they (does he, she) say 
„ you say 

it would be difficult to say 
must not say 

» sa y 

not say 

,, to say 
notwithstanding what they (he, she) say(s) 

» » y° u sa y 

say nothing about 
shall (will) say 

,, ( „ ) not say 
that is to say 
there is nothing to say 
they (he, she) say(s) 
to say 
we (I) say 

what are we (am I) to say 
would not say 

„ say 
you do not say 

„ say 

„ ,, nothing about 
scale(s) (d) (ing) 
scandal(s) (ous) 
scarce (ly) 

continues scarce and in demand 
not so scarce 
very scarce 
but scarcely 
or ,, 
scarcely any 

,, enough 
scarcity 

owing to scarcity (of) 
should a scarcity arise 
(there is) great scarcity of 
scare (d) (ing) 
scatter(s) (ed) (ing) 
too much scattered 
scene(s) 
make a scene 
schedule(s) 
according to schedule 
scheduled (ing) 
scheme(s) (d) (ing) 
a scheme is being brought out for 

Schemed) (d) (tng)—conU 



Rasym — Relra 



175 



approve the scheme Scheme(s) (d) (ing) — cont. 


redak 


do not approve the scheme 


redel 


financial scheme 


redim 


fraudulent scheme 


redru 


if scheme is 


redsy 


t, » >> not 


redta 


is ,, approved of 


redve 


scheme suggested 


redwi 


suggests scheme 


redyr 


what is the scheme 


redzo 


scientific (ally) 


reech 


scope (for) 


reenf 


there is no scope for 


reerd 


„ „ scope for 


reesp 


what scope is there for 


reext 


score(s) (d) (ing) 


refal 


scot-free 


refca 


scramble (s) (d) (ing) 


re fern 


scrap 


reffi 


scrape(s) (d) (ing) 


refhu 


screen(s) (ed) (ing) 


refin 


screw(s) (ed) (ing) 


re fop 


there is a screw loose somewhere 


refys 


scrip See also Certificate 


— 


against scrip 


regam 


cash against scrip 


regen 


in scrip 


regip 


payable in scrip 


re gjy 


retain scrip 


regka 


scrip will be sent (on — ) (to — ) 


regie 


send scrip 


regmi 


with scrip attached 


regno 


scruple (s) 


regpu 


scrupulous (ly) 


rehan 


scrutineer(s) 


rehep 


scrutinise (s) (d) (ing) 


rehir 


closely scrutinise 


rehos 


scrutiny 


rehry 


after careful scrutiny 


rehsa 


demand scrutiny 


rehte 


scrutiny demanded 


rehvi 


,, refused 


rehxo 


scurrilous (ly) 


rehyv 


scuttle(s) (d) (ing) 


rehzu 


sea(s) 


reibs 


at sea 


reick 


seal(s) (ed) (ing) 


reigd 


sealed and delivered 


reirh 


signed and sealed 


reitl 


seam(s) (ed) (ing) 


rejap 


search (es) (ed) (ing) (ingly) (for) 


rejba 


after careful search 


rejee 


season(s) 


rejdi 


close of the season 


rejer 


dry season 


rejfo 


early in the season 


rejgu 


late „ „ 


rejhy 


produce season 


rejis 


rainy season 


rejot 


„ „ has set in 


rejyx 


with the advent of the dry season this will improve 


rekar 


seasonable 


rekes 


seat(s) (on) (ed) (ing) 


rekit 


secede(s) (d) (ing) (from) 


rekja 


seceder(s) (from) 


rekke 


secession (of) 


rekli 


second(s) (ed) (ing) 


rekmo 


the second 


reknu 


secondary 


rekov 


of secondary consideration 


rekpy 


secondly 


rekux 


and secondly 


rekyz 


but „ 


relas 


or ,, 


reliv 


secrecy 


relox 


great secrecy 


relra 



secret(s) (ly) 
keep secret 
need not keep secret 
open secret 
secretary (ies) 
at the request of the secretary 
Colonial Secretary 
Financial ,, 
for the secretary 
from the „ 
Home Secretary 
local secretary 
London secretary 
of the secretary 
Secretary for Foreign Affairs 
„ War 
of 
,, ,, Mines 

„ ,, State for India 

to the secretary 
Under Secretary for 
with the ,, 
secretaryship 

secrete(s) (d) (ing) See Conceal, Hide 

section(s) (of) 
plan(s) and section (s) 

secure(s) (d) (ing) (by) See also Close, Get 

but you may secure 

can secure for you ( — ) and can recommend it if it suits 
not at all secure [your purpose 

think can secure for you 
fully secured (by) 
have ,, 

must be fully secured 
not fully secured 
,, secured 
partially secured 
well secured 
securely 

security (for) (ies) 
additional security(ies) 
all the security(ies) 
are (is) the security (ies) 
as security for 
can obtain security 
cannot obtain security 
collateral security 
convertible „ (ies) 
do not give any security 
endeavour to obtain material security 
gilt-edged securities 
give further security 

„ security 
given security (against) 
hold ample security 

„ as security 
if security(ies) 
in security 

marketable security(ies) 
must give security 
no security(ies) held 
now-marketable security(ies) 
not a convertible security 
obtain further security 

„ security (against) 
on the ,, of 
our (my) securities 
personal security 
proposed „ 
security(ies) are (is) 

„ held (against) (by) 

,, not sufficient, try to obtain more 

„ offered is (are) 

surrender the security (ies) 
their (his, her) securities 
what is security valued at Secnri{y{ies) — cont. . 



176 Relti— Rhyod 

ABABY — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code word of 10 Utters 



what security have we (I) (that) Security (ies) — cont. 


retvy 


ii ii ii you (that) 




retwa 


„ „ is held 




retyj 


n » ii offered 




retze 


„ „ „ required 




reugn 


your securities 




reuhs 


see(s) (ing) (seen) (that) 




reulf 


cannot see 




reumd 


do not „ 




revad 


„ you „ your way (to) 




revbo 


must see 




revcu 


see about 




revdy 


„ them (him, her) 




revef 


II to 




revfa 


•i „ it 




revge 


„ „ „ (this) immediately 




revhi 


„ us (me) 




revig 


„ whether 




revoh 


„ you 




revuj 


they do (he, she does) not see 




revyk 


we (I) do not see 




rewjo 


.. (.») » ii our (my) way (to) 




rewly 


with reference to ( — ) see 




rewuk 


you do not see 




rexaf 


seeing that 




rexeg 


be seen 




rexih 


have not seen 




rexku 


,, seen 




rexma 


it is „ 




rexne 


„ thus seen 




rexoj 


should have seen 




rexpi 


were (was) seen 


[Search 1 


rexyl 


seek(s) (ing) (sought) (after) See Ask, Inquire,/ 


reycs 


seem(s) (ed) (ing) (ingly) 


See also Appear 


reyft 


Sierra Leone 




reymn 


seize(s) (d) (ing) 




reyrv 


seizure(s) 




reysk 


seldom 


See also Rare 


rezag 


and seldom 




rezeh 


but „ 




rezij 


not 




rezok 


very „ 




rezro 


select(s) (ed) (ing) (from) 




rezsu 


selection(s) (of) 




rezty 


self (ves) 




rezul 


one's self 




rezva 


per self (selves) 




rezwe 


sell(s) 




rezym 


advise you not to sell 


< 


rezzi 


„ „ to sell 




rhaan 


are we (am I) authorised to sell 




rhaep 


at what price and quantity can you 


sell 


rhaij 


n „ „ „ „ may we 


(I) sell 


rhaok 


ii „ „ can you sell 




rhaul 


,, „ „ may we (I) sell 




rhaym 


,, h „ will they (he, she) sell 




rheax 


but do not sell 




rheez 


can sell (at) 




rheut 


„ „ cheaper 




rhiag 


„ „ cost and freight 




rhieh 


„ „ „ , freight and insurance 




rhioc 


., n for 




rhoap 


„ „ „ cash 




rhoik 


„ „ free alongside 




rhool 


„ „ „ in lighters 




rhoum 


,, ii » on board 




rhoyn 


„ „ „ „ quay 




rhuaz 


„ „ „ „ rail 




rhuer 


„ „ if 




rhuis 


„ „ more 




rhuot 


„ „ „ at same price 




rhuuv 


„ „ to arrive 




rhuyx 


„ only sell 




rhyah 


„ probably sell 




rhyeb 


„ „ „ at same price 




rhyic 


„ you sell 


Sell(s) — cont. 


rhyod 



It has no meaning. See Preface. 

can you sell more Sell(s)— cont. 

,, „ „ „ at same price 

to arrive 

cannot sell 

,, above 

,, any more 

,, „ at same price 

at 

„ „ your limits 

„ „ ,, quotations 

„ below 

„ easily 

„ the whole 

„ to arrive 

could only sell 
difficult to „ 
do not sell 

„ anything 
at 

„ ,, any price 

„ below 

„ if 
„ just now 
„ more 
„ to arrive 
„ unless 
easy to sell 
endeavour to sell 
good time ,, 
have only been able to sell 
„ not „ „ „ owing to 

„ you i, „ „ 

hope to sell 
how much (many) did you sell 

,, ( ii ) •» t» an( 3 at what price 

( „ ) shall we (I) sell 
if it suits, sell 
„ you can „ 
„ „ cannot sell 
,, „ should „ 
may be able to sell 
„ we (I) sell 
,, „ (,,) ., at 
» » (»i) »> ii price named 
must not sell 
„ sell 
„ we (I) sell 
„ you sell 
no hurry to sell 
not to sell 

prefer not to sell at present 
sell at 
„ altogether 
ii as 

„ „ quickly as possible 
„ at a little lower if necessary 
„ „ about 
„ „ any price 
„ „ best 
„ „ discretion 
„ „ limit 
„ „ not above 
„ „ „ below 
„ „ once 

,, „ same rate, or higher if possible 
„ „ the advance 
„ „ „ decline 
„ „ your quotations 
„ balance 
„ cost and freight (C. & F.) 

', freight and insurance (C.I.F.) 



for 



account of 

cash 

next account 

our (my) account 



Sell(s)—coHU 



Rhyuf— Rizim 



177 



rhyuf 


sell for their (his, her) account Sell(s) — cont 


riacs 


„ ,, this account 


riaft 


„ forward 


damn 


„ free alongside 


riarv 


„ „ in lighters 


riask 


„ „ on board 


ribal 


n „ „ quay 


ribci 


m » „ rail 


ribfu 


,, freely 


ribgy 


„ gradually 


ribha 


„ if 


ribop 


» «n 


ribur 


„ „ addition (to) 


ribys 


i t „ „ to previous orders 


ricje 


n ii it ii unexecuted part of last order 


ricki 


„ largely 


riclo 


„ moderately 


ric in 11 


„ more 


ricny 


„ no more 


ricor 


„ nothing 


ricpa 


„ now 


ricyt 


ii on 


ridir 


„ ,, basis of 


ridos 


ii only 


ridre 


h ,, it' 


ridsi 


•i part 


ridut 


„ „ or whole 


ridvu 


n quickly 


ridwy 


„ „ and quietly 


ridyv 


„ quietly 


ridza 


„ slowly 


riehr 


•• to 


rienz 


„ „ arrive (at) 


riets 


„ „ them (him, her) 


rifap 


„ „ us (me) 


rifbi 


•• ii you 


rifco 


ii up to 


rifdu 


„ very cautiously 


riffy 


„ when 


rifis 


„ ,, you think best 


rifot 


shall sell no more 


rifuv 


„ we (I) sell 


rifyx 


„ „ („) „ more 


rigar 


to sell 


rigji 


unless you can sell 


ngko 


we (I) telegraphed you to sell, reply comes " bought 


riglu 


what quantity can you sell 


rigna 


why did you only sell part 
n n sell 


rigov 


rigpe 


„ „ „ contrary to instructions 


rigux 


will not sell (unless) 


rigyz 


,, sell (if) 


rihiv 


„ you sell (at) 


rihox 


you may sell 


rihri 


ii ii part 


rihso 


,, „ whole or part 


rihtu 


seller(s) (at) 


rihvy 


as arranged with seller(s) 


rihxa 


good sellers (at) 


rihyb 


if no „ (,,' 


rihze 


„ seller(s) (at) 


rijat 


large seller(s) (at) 


rijbo 


no sellers (at) 


rijcu 


not bona fide sellers 


rijdy 


„ sellers (at) 


rijge 


now sellers where there were buyers 


rijhi 


obtain leave from seller(s) 


rijix 


on account of seller(s) 


rijyc 


„ behalf of seller(s) 


rikav 


principal sellers 


rikjo 


seller(s) are scarce 


rikku 


„ assent 


rikly 


„ cautious 


rikma 


of 


rikne 


repudiate^) sale Selter(s) — cont 



rikpi 

rikyd 

rilax 

rilro 

rilsu 

rilty 

rilva 

rilxe 

rilyf 

rilzi 

rimbu 

rimcy 

rimda 

riinfe 

rimgi 

rimho 

rimyg 

rinju 

rinky 

rinla 

rinme 

rinni 

rinpo 

rinyh 

riobs 

riock 

riogd 

riorh 

riotl 

ripru 

ripsy 

ripta 

ripve 

ripwi 

ripyj 

ripzo 

rirby 

rirde 

riiyk 

risjy 

riska 

risle 

rismi 

risno 

rispu 

risyl 

ritry 

ritsa 

ritte 

ritvi 

ritwo 

ritym 

ritzu 
riulb 
riunx 
riups 

riurm 

rivba 

rivce 

rivdi 

rivfo 

rivgu 

rivliy 

rivyn 

rixaj 

rixil 

rixke 

rixom 

rixun 

rixyp 

rizak 

rizel 

rizim 



seller(s) stipulate (for) (that) Seller(s) — cont 

„ to have the option of cancelling 
„ will not give permission 
small sellers (at) 
strong „ („) 
weak „ („) 
selling (at) 
advise not selling 

„ selling 
are they (is he, she) selling 
„ you selling 
at what price are you selling 
await instructions before selling 
awaiting „ „ ,, 

bona fide selling 
do you advise selling 
for our (my) guidance in selling 

„ your guidance in selling 
have stopped selling 
if not selling 
,, others are selling 
„ selling 
little selling 
neighbours not selling 

„ selling 

not selling 
public not selling 

selling 
reported selling 
selling freely 

„ gradually 

„ largely 

,, moderately 

,, nothing 
since selling 
speculators not selling 

„ selling 

stop selling 
think it a favourable time for selling 

„ an unfavourable time for selling 
who is (are) selling 
sen 

Senate(s) 
Senator(s) 

send(s) (ing) (sent) (for) See also Forward, Ship 
sender(s) 
senior(s) (ity) 
sensation(s) (al) (ally) 
sense(s) (less) lessly) 
common sense 
sensible (y) (of) 
sensitive (to) 

sent See Send 

sentence(s) 

separate(s) (d) (ing) (from) 
keep separate 
separation 

September See page 241 

septennial 
sequence 
in sequence 

sequestrate(s) (d) (ing) 
sequestration 
sequestrator(s) 
series 
first series 
second series 
series of 
third series 
serious fly) (ness) 
if not serious 
„ serious 
is it serious 

much more serious than was anticipated 
not so serious as was anticipated 

Serious (ly) (ness) — '>:> 



178 



Rlzon— Roput 



not very serious Serious (ly) (nese) — eont. 

very serious 

„ seriously 
seron(s) (of) 
servant(s) 
serve(s) (d) (bag) 
may serve 

serve(s) the purpose of 
service(s) (to) 
civil service 
merchant service 
(offer) our (my) services 
(offer(s)) their (his, her) services 
(offer) your services 
personal service 
public service 
will be of no service (to) 

„ it be of „ („) 
serviceable (for) (to) (y) 
session(s) 
set(s) (ting) (up) 
other sets 
set(s) (ting) aside 

,, ( „ ) ourselves (myself) against 

,, ( „ ) themselves (himself) against 

„ ( „ ) yourselves (yourself) against 
set off (against) 
as a set off (against) 
claim(s) to set off (against) 
what is the amount of the set off 
settle(s) (d) (ing) (with) See also Arrange 

endeavour to settle in a friendly manner 
expect to settle shortly 
for what shall we (I) settle 
„ „ will you (they, he, she) settle 
leave them (him, her) to settle 

„ us (me) to settle 

„ you to settle 
settle as best you can 

„ at all costs 

„ something definite 
to settle 

will you leave us (me) to settle 
can be settled in a friendly manner 
cannot be „ „ „ „ 

details may be settled later 
everything must be settled 
if the matter be not ,, 

„ „ „ settled 

is matter settled yet 
less settled 
more ,, 

must be settled at once 
no prospect of being settled 
not (yet) settled 
settled by 

„ in a friendly manner 
to be settled (by) 
settlement(s) with 
an early settlement 
deed of settlement 
final settlement 
friendly „ 
in final „ (of) 
„ full „ („) 
„ settlement (of) 
no „ 

pending settlement (of) 
prospects of early settlement 

settlement of [whether you may conclude or not] 

telegraph settlement proposed and we (I) will reply} 
what are the prospects of settlement 

„ is the settlement effected 

„ „ „ proposed 

seventh 



See also Special Settlement 



rohla 


sever(s) (ed) (ing 




rohni 


several (of) (ly) 




rohok 


from several 




rohpo 


of several 




rohul 


to „ 




rohym 


severe (ly) 




roihr 


very severe 




roikt 


severity 




roinz 


shade(s) 




roits 


shady 




rojah 


shaft(s) 




rojik 


shafting 




rojol 


shake(s) (n) (ing) 




rojum 


shaky 




rojwo 


rather shaky 




rojyn 


very „ 




rokaj 


shale (kerosene) 




rokby 


bed(s) of shale 




rokca 


shall 


See also Will 


rokde 


from whom shall we (I) 




rokek 


how shall they (he, she, it) 




rokfi 


„ „ we (I) 




rokgo 


,. ii you 




rokhu 


if we (I) shall 




rokil 


shall most likely 




rokom 


it not 




rokun 


„ our (my) 




rokyp 


ii the 




rolak 


„ their (his, her) 




rolel 


„ there 




rolim 


„ they (he, she, it) 




roljy 


„ this (these) 




rolno 


„ we (I) 




rolup 


ii you 




rolyr 


that (those) shall 




romal 


•i ( » ) „ not 




romem 


„ they (he, she, it) shall 




romin 


ii ii ( ii ) ,i not 




romop 


M we (I) shall 




romra 


ii ii di) h not 




romse 


„ you shall 




romti 


n it ii not 




romur 


there shall 




romvo 


ii ii not 




romwu 


they (he, she, it) shall 




romys 


ii ( n ) ,, not 


* 


romzy 


this (these) shall 




ronam 


,,(,.) „ not 




ronba 


we (I) shall 




ronce 


„ (,,) „ not 




rondi 


„ („) „ therefore 




ronen 


what shall 




ronfo 


„ „ they (he, she, it) 




rongu 


ii ii we (I) 




ronhy 


ii i> you 




ronip 


when shall 




ronor 


„ „ they (he, she, it) 




ronus 


,, ,, we (I) 




ronyt 


.i .. you 




rooch 


„ we (I) shall 




rools 


whether we (I) shall 




roonf 


,, („) „ not 




roord 


which shall 




roosp 


„ „ not 




rooxt 


„ (whom) shall they (he, she, it) 




ropan 


„ ( „ ) „ we (I) 




ropep 


„ ( >i ) » you 




ropir 


„ ( „ ) we (I) shall 




ropja 


,, ( „ ) ,. („) ,, not 




ropke 


who shall 




ropli 


„ ,, not 




ropnu 


why „ 




ropos 


,, ,, not 




roppy 


„ we (I) shall not 




roput 


with whom shall they (he, she. it) 


Shall — cont. 



ropyv 

rorap 

rorer 

rorsi 

rorto 

roruv 

roryx 

rorza 

rosar 

rosbe 

rosci 

rosdo 

rosfu 



with whom shall we (I) ihall — cent. 

>t >. you 

you shall 

» not 
shallow 

shame (ful) (fully) 
shape(s) (d) (ing) 

Share(s) (of) See also Call, Cash, Certificate, 

allotment of shares [Pool, Stock 

allotted ( — ) shares in 
application(s) for shares 
applied for ( — ) shares (in) 

apply .. (— ) „ (,,) 
balance of shares 
bearer shares 
bonus share(s) 
bought ( — ) shares (of) (at) 
buy (— ) „ („)(„) 
can buy shares (of) (at) 
„ sell „ („) („) 
„ you get offer firm i week of (— ) shares 
mm i. >• ( — ) weeks of ( — ) shares 

„ „ buy ( — ) shares 
„ „ sell (— ) „ 
cannot buy shares (of) 

H get ,, transferred 
h sell „ (of) 
,, send the shares 
controlling share 
cumulative preference shares 
deep level (lead) shares 
deferred shares 
deliver „ to 

deliver}' of following shares will be made 
distribute shares 
do not buy shares (of) 
» „ sell „ („) 
„ „ send (or deliver) ( — ) shares to 
„ „ subscribe for these shares 
equal share(s) 
for the shares 
„ (— ) share(s) 
ii ( — ) ■• in scheme 
forfeit shares 
forfeited shares 
founders' „ 
fully paid shares 
half in shares, half in cash 
„ „ balance in cash 

(— ) ,, ( — ) in cash 
have got offer firm I week of ( — ) shares 
i, ,, n ( — ) weeks of (— ) shares 

„ no objection to take ( — ) share(s) 
„ you bought the shares 
ii ii sent ,, ,, 
„ i, sold „ „ 
hew many shares have you bought 

ii i, sold 

if all the shares are not subscribed for 
,, „ „ subscribed for 

„ the shares 
in equal shares 

„ whose name are shares registered 
,, „ „ to be registered 

issue of shares (to) 
large share 
may subscribe for these shares 

„ we (I) subscribe for these shares 
mining shares 
new shares 

no market for these shares 
„ share (s) 

number of shares subscribed for here is 
object to transfer shares 
of which ( — ) shares will be offered to 

Share(s) — coni. 



Ropyv— Rujty 179 

Share(s) — cont. 
of which ( — ) shares will be offered to present share- 
old and new shares [holders 
„ shares 

option of taking shares 
ordinary shares 
original „ 
our (my) share(s) 
partly-paid shares 
per share 
preference shares 
promoters' shares 
proportionate share 
recommend buying shares 

„ selling „ 

require a share of 
reserve shares 
retain „ 

sell ( — ) shares (of) (at) 
send (or deliver) ( — ) shares to 

„ the shares 
share(s) allotted 

and debentures 

„ „ share alike 

,, capital 

;, held in trust 

,, issued 
list 

„ must be fully paid up 

„ or debentures 

„ paid up 

„ register closed until [dividend 

„ ,, „ „ ( — ) for preparation of 

„ registered 

„ „ in the name of 

,, subscription 

„ „ closed for 

„ „ opened for 

„ „ will close on or before 

,, to be registered in the iwme of 

„ transferred 

„ unissued 

„ warrant(s) 

„ „ to bearer 

„ fully paid 

„ 2/6 „ 

,, 5/- ., 

,. 7/6 ,, 

„ lo/- „ 

.. 15/- - 

.. £i ,. 

, (-) ,. 

small share 

sold ( — ) shares (of) (at) 

syndicate shares 

their (his, her) share(s) 

there are buyers of ( — ) shares 

„ „ sellers „ (— ) „ 
to share equally 
transfer of shares 
unless the „ 
until „ „ 

vendors' „ 

what is our (my) share 

„ „ the share of 

„ „ their (his, her) share of 

i, ,, your share 
when will the shares be ready 
will require ( — ) share 

„ you require ( — ) share 
wish you to postpone delivery of (— ) shares (till) 
working capital shares 
your share(s) 
£x shares 
io/- „ 
5/- „ ShMf{s)~ 



ruaps 

rubav 

rubex 

rubiz 

rubob 

rub re 

rubuc 

rubvu 

rubwy 

rubyd 

rucax 

rucbe 

rucci 

rucdo 

rucez 

rucfu 

rucgy 

rucha 

rucib 

rucoc 

rucud 

rucyf 

rudaz 

rudeb 

rudic 

rudje 

rudki 

rudlo 

rudmu 

rudny 

rudpa 

rufab 

rufec 

rufid 

rufof 

rufri 

rufso 

ruftu 

rufug 

rufvy 

rufwa 

rufyh 

rufze 

rugae 

rugbi 

rugco 

rugdu 

ruged 

rugfy 

rugga 

rugog 

ruguh 

rugyj 

ruhef 

ruhig 

ruhji 

ruhko 

ruhlu 

ruhmy 

r:;h;:a 

ruhoh 

ruhpe 

ruhuj 

ruhyk 

ruics 

ruift 

ruimn 

ruisk 

rujaf 

rujeg 

rujih 

rujoj 

rujro 

rujsu 

rujty 



180 Rujuk— Rybwi 

ABABY — This cipher ts/or use only \zhe>: it is desired to complete a code word of 10 letters 



i/- shares 


Sharo(s) — cont. 


rusep 


share-broker(s) 


See Stockbroker 


rush 


shared (ing) 




rusgo 


shareholder(s) 




rushu 


allotted to shareholders 




rusir 


amongst the 




rusos 


by the shareholders 




rusut 


deferred „ 




rusyv 


dissentient ,, 




rutap 


for the „ 




niter 


fully paid „ 




rutjy 


if in interests of shareholders 




rutka 


„ not in „ „ „ 




rutle 


„ the shareholders 




rutmi 


in interests of shareholders 




rutot 


list of shareholders 




rutpu 


majority of the shareholders 




rutuv 


minority „ „ 




rutyx 


names of shareholders 




much 


not a shareholder 




ruuls 


„ in interests of shareholder* 




ruunf 


ordinary shareholders 




ruurd 


original „ 




ruusp 


payable to all shareholders registerr A on 


ruuxt 


„ shareholders 




ruvar 


preference „ 




ruves 


shareholders have not the right (to) 


ruvit 


„ „ the right (to) 




ruvux 


,, meeting 




ruwo 


to the shareholders 




ruvwu 


what are the rights of the shareholders 


ruvyz 


would it be in shareholders' interests (to) (if) 


ruxas 


sliarp fly) 




ruxba 


shatter(s) (ed) (ing) 




ruxce 


shavc(s) (d) (ing) 




ruxdi 


she 




ruxet 


for she 




ruxfo 


not „ 




ruxgu 


she not to 




ruxhy 


.. to 




ruxiv 


shear(s) (ed) (ing) 




ruxox 


sheet(s) 




ruxuz 


shelter(s) (ed) (ing) 




ruxyb 
ruyD3 


shelve(s) (d) (ing) 




sheriff(s) 




ruyck 


shift(s) (ed) (ing) (y) 




ruygd 


day and night shift (s) 




ruyrh 


„ shift(s) 




ruytl 


eight hours' shift 




ruzat 


night shift(s) 




ruzev 


one shift 




ruzix 


two shifts 




ruzja 


three „ 




ruzke 


(-) „ 




ruzli 


shiliing(s) 


See also page 233 


ruzmo 


shilly-shally (ing) 




ruznu 


do not shilly-shally over it (this) 




razoz 


shingle 




ruzpy 
ruzub 


ship(s) (to) 


See also Forward 


can ship 




ruzyc 


,, „ at once 




ryabs 


„ „ by steamer 




ryack 


„ „ earlier 




ryagd 


„ „ later 




ryarh 


» ». less 




ryatl 


„ „ more 




rybab 


„ you ship 




rybec 


„ „ ,, at once 




rybid 


„ „ „ by ( — ) steamer 




rybof 


it ii ii earlier 




rybru 


„ „ „ instead 




rybsy 


ii •» ii later 




rybta 


.1 ii » less 




rybug 


ii ii ii more 




rybve 


cannot ship 


Ship(s)~ cont. 


rybwi 



It has no meaning. See Prefaoe. 
cannot ship at once Ship(s) — con.. 

11 11 by ( — ) steamer 
„ „ earlier 
1, „ instead 
„ „ later 
„ „ more 
„ „ until 
did not ship 
do „ „ 
,, ,. 11 unless 
have arranged to ship (by next) 
if you can ship 
„ „ cannot ship 
in next ship 
„ same ,, 
may we (I) ship 
must not ship 
*i ship 
•1 n all 
11 11 11 or none 
provided you ship 

11 11 11 at once 
•1 11 . ii by 

refused by ship 
shall we (I) „ 
ship as quickly as possible 
„ at once 
n by 

„ half the quantity 

11 1. 11 •• per ( — ) and half per 
„ has 
11 11 no* 
,, if 
•• only 
telegraph name of ship (or ships) and date of sailing 

„ when you ship and name of vessel 
what is the name of the ship 
„ quantity can you ship 
when can you ship 

,, did this „ leave port 
•1 11 you „ 
ship-broker(s) 

shipment(s) (to) See also Date Tables, page 240 
against shipment (of) 
cease all shipments 
continue „ 
early shipment(s) 
for shipment 
immediate shipment (s) 
in future „ 

no shipment (s) 

•1 11 for last ( — ) days 

not yet ready for shipment 
now in course of „ 
our (my) shipment(s) (ot) 
ready for „ 

repeat ,, of 

„ your last shipment 
separate shipment(s) 
shipment(s) by 

„ delayed 

•• of 

„ via 

„ will be made this week 
their (his, her) shipment(s) (of) 
total shipments amount to 
what quantity have you ready for shipment 
when was shipment made 

„ will the goods be ready for shipment 
your shipment (s) 
shipped (to) 
already shipped 
have not yet shipped 

„ you shipped 
if not shipped Shipped — cont. 



Rybyh — Ryryz 



181 



Shipped — cont. 



-) ( — tons) 

■) I ( — ) tons metallic tin 



if shipped 
not shipped 
shipped by 

„ per s.s 

„ per s.s, 
short shipped 
to be shipped to 

n i> order 

what is the amount shipped 
why have you not shipped 

„ „ ,, shipped 
shipper(s) (of) 
as arranged with shipper(s) 
at shipper's risk 
shipping (to) 

awaiting your instructions to commence shipping 
twt shipping 
shipping ( — ) tons daily 

„ ( — ) ,, ( — ) cars ore now at smelter 

shipwreck (ed) 
shock(s) (ed) (ing) (ingly) 
shoe(s) 
shoot(s) (ing) 
new shoot 
poor „ 
rich „ 
short 

as short as possible 
fall short of 
too „ 
very „ (of) 

shortage 

do not anticipate any shortage 
» you „ „ „ 
is there any shortage 
shortage owing to 
shorten(s) (ed) (Lag) 
shorter 
shortest 

shorthand writer(s) 
shortly 

as shortly as possible 
shortly after 

„ before 
▼ery shortly 
Bhot(s) 

Should See also Ought 

but should 

m » not 
how „ 

„ „ they (he, she, it) 

n m we (I) 

n „ you 

„ they (he, she, it) should 

„ we (I) should 

„ you should 
if they (he, she, it) should 
„ „ ( ,, » ) » not 
„ we (I) should 
>, n (.,) m not 
„ you should 

should a 

„ never 

„ nevertheless 

„ no 

m not 

„ nothing 

„ only 

„ our (my) 

„ that (those) 

„ the 

„ their (his, her, it3) 

„ then 

m there Should — cent. 



ryjyp 

ryjzy 

rykak 

rykba 

rykce 

rykdi 

rykel 

rykgu 

rykhy 

rykim 

rykon 

rykup 

rykyr 

rylal 

rylem 

rylin 

rylja 

rylke 

rylli 

rylmo 

rylnu 

rylop 

rylpy 

rylur 

rylys 

rymam 

rymen 

rymip 

rymor 

rymre 

rymsi 

rymto 

rymus 

rymvu 

rymwy 

rymyt 

rymza 

rynan 

rynbe 

rynci 

ryndo 

rynep 

rynfu 

ryngy 

rynha 

rynir 

rynos 

rynut 

rynyv 

ryocs 

ryoft 

ryomn 

ryosk 

ryper 

rypis 

rypje 

rypki 

ryplo 

rypmu 

rypny 

rypot 

ryppa 

rypuv 

rypyx 

ryrar 

ryres 

ryrit 

ryrov 

ryrri 

ryrso 

ryrtu 

ryrux 

iyrvy 

iyrxa 

ryryz 



should there not Should —cont. 

„ they (he, she, it) 
„ „ ( „ „ ) nevertheless 
» ,. ( ii >, ) nut 
„ this (these) 
•i we (I) 

„ „ („) nevertheless 
ii ., (,.) not 
ii you 

„ „ nevertheless 
ii ,. not 
•> your 
that (those) should 
i. ( H ) ii not 
„ they (he, she, it) should 
•i ii ( » ,. ) i. not 
„ we (I) should 
,, ,, (,,) „ not 
„ you should 

• not 

there should 

,i be 
ii ii not 

they (he, she, it) should 

.. ( ) >. 'tot 

this (these) should 

,. ( » ) „ not 
though they (he, she, it) should 
„ we (I) should 
„ you should 
unless they (he, she, it) should 
„ we (I) should 
„ you should 
we (I) should 
„ („) „ not 
what should 

„ „ they (he, she, it) 
ii ii we (I) 
ii ii you 
when „ 

„ „ they (he, she, it) 
.1 ii we (I) 

■ i> you 

„ they (he, she, it) should 
„ we (I) should 
„ you should 
which should 

„ not 
(whom) should they (he, she, it) 



,. ( 

ii \ ii 

,. ( ,. 

„ ( „ 

„ ( „ 

,. ( .. 

„ ( ,, 

„ ( n 
who should 

why 



) ,, we (I) 

) .. you 

) they (he, she.it) should 

),.(.. „ ) ,. not 

) we (I) should 

) „ („) .. not 

) you shoL .i 

) i, M not 



you should 



not 

not 

they (he, she, it) 

„ ( ,, „ )not 
we (I) 

„ t.) not 
you 
not 

not 



show(s) (ed) (ing) (n) (to) 

do not show 

must „ 

should „ 

to show (to) 

by their (his, her) own showing 

Show(s) {ed) (.ing) (n) — em\. 



182 



Ryrze 


—Sajof 






by your own showing Showi s) (ed) (Ing) (n) — cont. 


sabpi 


for signature Signature(s)— ivni 


have shown 


sabux 


get signature(s) of 




„ not shown 


sabyz 


our (my) signature 




is it shown 


sacaa 


their (his, her) signature 




it is „ 


sacet 


with signature 




„ not shown 


saciv 


without „ 




shrink(s) (ing) (shrunk) 


sacox 


your „ 




shrinkage 


sacro 


significance 




shrunk See Shrink 


sacty 


significant (ly) 




shut(s) (ting) 


sacuz 


signification 




shut (ting) out 


sacva 


signify (ies) (ied) (ing) 




shut(s) down See also Mine 


sacwe 


silence (d) (ing) 




shall be compelled to shut down 


sacyb 


silence is very perplexing 




shut down everything 


saczi 


silent (ly) 




shutting down 


sad bo 


silex 




sick (ness) 


sadcu 


Belgian silex 




side(s) (d) (ing) 


saddy 


silex liners 




both sides 


sadev 


silica 




each side 


sadge 


silicious 




flat sides 


sadix 


sill 




from both sides 


sadoz 


sill floor 




on one side 


sadub 


„ plates 




„ our (my) side 


sadyc 


silt(s) (ed) (ing) 




„ the other „ 


saech 


Silver (y) See also RetUi ns 


„ „ east side (of) 


saels 


almost pure silver 




„ „ north side (of) 


saenf 


assays give ( — ) ozs. of silver per tor 




„ „ „ -east side (of) 


saerd 


bar silver 




„ „ „ -west „ („) 


saesp 


carrying a little silver 




„ „ south-east „ („) 


saext 


chloride of silver 




side (of) 


safex 


in silver 




n »» » -west side (of) 


safiz 


native silver 




„ „ west side (of) 


safju 


ounces of silver 




„ their (his, her) side 


safky 


ozs. silver, ( — ) per cent, lead 




„ your side 


safla 


,. .. , (— ) •• m ... (— ) per cent. zin< 


the other side 


safme 


ruby silver 




two sides 


safni 


silver formation 




three sides 


safob 


„ lead 




four „ 


safpo 


„ occurs in 




sift(s) (ed) (ing) 


sagax 


n ore 




sight 


sagez 


„ valued at 




after sight 


sagib 


standard silver 




at sight 


sagoc 


what is the value of silver ore 




„ what sight 


sagru 


with traces of silver 




(at) 3 days' sight 


sagsy 


similar (ly) (to) 




U)3° .. 


sagta 


if not similar 




( »i ) 6c •■ tt 


sagud 


,, similar 




(»l)9° .. H 


sagve 


not „ 




(„) (-) ., » 


sagyf 


similar to that 




(„) 3 months' „ 


sagzo 


.. . .., this 




d») 4 •» it 


sahaz 


very similar 




( >• ) 6 „ „ 


sahbu 


similarity (of) 




(.,) (— ) „ * 


sahcy 


simple (y) 




in sight 


sahda 


simplify (ies) (ied) (ing) 




keep in sight 


— 


simulate(s) (d) (ing) See Pretend 


long sight 


saheb 


simultaneous 




not in sight 


sahfe 


since 




short „ 


sahgi 


ever since 




sign(s) (ed) (ing) (by) 


sahho 


long „ 




do not sign 


sahic 


not 




is there any sign of 


sahod 


since a (an) 




must only sign as agent(s) 


sahuf 


„ it is 




eign(s) as agent 


sahyg 


„ nothing 




„ under protest 


saibs 


„ our(s) (my, mine) 




there is no sign (of) 


saick 


„ that (those) 




will not sign 


saigd 


.. the 




„ sign as agent(s) only 


sairh 


„ their(s) (his, her(s), its) 




by whom is it signed 


saitl 


„ then 




is it signed 


sajab 


„ they (he, she, it) 




it is not yet signed 


sajec 


„ this (these) 




signed as agent(s) 


sajid 


., we (I) 




,, under protest 


sajka 


„ when 




signal(s) (led) (ling) 


sajle 


n y° u 




signatory (ies) (of) 


sajmi 


„ your(s) 




co-signatory(ies) 


sajno 


sincere (ly) 




signature(s) (of) Signature®— cont. 


sajof 


sincerity 





Sajpu — auuer 



183 



sine die 


sasto 


with decomposed slate Slate — cont. 


sine qua non 


sasup 


slide(s) (ing) (slid) 


if a sine qua non 
this is a sine qud non 


sasvu 


a slide has occurred 


saswy 


„ is feared 


sinecure(s) 


sasyr 


slight ay) 


single (y) 


sasza 


slime(s) See also Plant 


singular (ly) 


satal 


accumulated slimes 


sink(s) See also Reef 


satci 


(by) treating the slimes 


about to sink on the (this) reef 


satcm 


quantity of slimes (( — ) tons) 


at what point is it proposed to sink 


satfu 


slimes after re-crushing go ( — ) dwts. 


in the sink 


satgy 


„ assay 


propose to sink 


satop 


„ from frue vanners 


still have ( — ) feet further to sink 


satur 


n g° ( — ) ounces 


to sink 


satys 


.. pits 


will have to sink ( — ) feet 


saugn 


„ tanks 


sinking 


sauhs 


the slimes are being kept and assay ( — ) per ton 


advise sinking further ( — ) feet 


saulf 


to treat the slimes 


at what rate are you sinking 


saumd 


tons of slimes treated 


average cost of sinking (( — ) per foot) 


savam 


value of slimes 


compelled to stop sinking owing to 


saven 


what do the slimes assay 


expect to begin sinking 


savip 


„ is the quantity of slimes 


feet sinking, driving and cross-cutting completed 


savji 


„ „ value of slimes 


hindering sinking [(since) 


savko 


slip(s) (ped) (ping) 


sinking at the rate of ( — ) feet per day 


savlu 


slippery 


„ „ „ ( — ) „ ,, and at a cost of 


savmy 


slow (ly) (ness) 


„ in softer ground 


savna 


very slow 


„ „ very hard mineralized rock 


savor 


as slowly as possible 


„ restarted 


savpe 


slower (than) 


„ to connect 


savus 


slowest 


start sinking 


savyt 


sluice(s) 


stop „ 


sawxi 


sluice box(es) 


stopped sinking 


sawtu 


Sluicing Set also Hydraulic 


why have you stopped sinking 


sawvy 


slump 


sinking fund 


saxan 


sly 


annual addition to sinking-lund 


saxep 


on the sly 


interest and sinking-fund 


saxir 


small 


sir(s) 


saxes 


as small a3 


sister(s) 


saxut 


how small 


site(s) 


saxwa 


if not small 


situate(s) (d) (ing) (at) 


saxyv 


,, small 


how are you situated 


saxze 


„ very small 


„ is it (are they) situated 


sayes 


not small 


where is it situated 


sayft 


„ too small 


situation(s) 


saymn 


too small 


(in) any situation 


sayrv 


very small 


(„) our (my) situation 


saysk 


smaller (than) 


( ,,) that situation 


sazap 


smallest 


( „) their (his, her) situation 


sazbi 


smallest possible 


( „) this situation 


sazco 


smallpox 


( „) your n 


sazdu 


smart (ly) 


sixth 


sazer 


smash (ed) (ing) (up) 


size(s) 


sazfy 


smelt(s) (ed) (ing) Sw also Plant 


from the size and appearance of 


sazga 


to smelt 


what is the size of 


sazis 


(to) „ locally 


Skagway 


sazot 


cost of smelting 


skilful (ly) (ness) 


sazuv 


„ „ „ works 


skill 


sazyx 


profit on „ 


sMp(s) 


sbaan 


smelting furnace 


accident to skip(s) 


sbaep 


„ will commence 


skiproad (skipway) 


sbeax 


„ works 


slab(s) (of) 


sbeez 


what is cost of smelting 


slack (en) (ening) 


sbeir 


when will you commence smelting 
smelter(s) 


slag 


sbeos 


slag accumulations 


sbeut 


smith's) 


slander 


sbeyv 


smooth (ly) (ness) 


slanderous 


sbiag 


smoother 


slate 


sbieh 


smoulder(s) (ed) (ing) 


alternating bars of slate 


sbioc 


smuggle(s) (d) (ing) (r(s)) 


compact slate 


sboap 


so 


decomposed slate 


sboik 


not so 


in hard black slate 


sbool 


or „ 


slate formation 


sboum 


so as 


„ underlying ( — ) reef 


sboyn 


„ „ not (to) 


struck slate formation 


sbuaz 


ii it to 


we are now in slate SUte — cont. 


sbuer 


„ on So — cont. 



184 



Sbuis — Semtia 



ABABY — This cipher is for uu only when it is desired to complete a code 
so that So — cont. seekt 



„ „ a (an) 

if II as 

h » by 

ii » ;f 

ii ii in 

ii ii of 

ii ii on 

„ „ our(s) (my, mine) 

„ „ since 

,, „ that (those) 

ii ii the 

„ „ their(s) (his, her(s), its) 

„ „ they (he, she, it) 

„ „ this (these) 

ii it to 

„ „ unless 

„ „ until 

„ „ we (I) 

„ „ when 

„ „ whenever 

„ „ whilst 

H >i you 

„ „ your(s) 

„ then 

„ they (he, she, it) 

„ we (I) 

„ you 

that is not so 

,. » so 
this |, not so 

ii ii so 
was (were) not so 

» ( » ) so 
sober fly) 
sociable (y) 
social 

society (ies) 
soforth 
soft (ly) 

soften(s) (ed) (ing) 
softer 

getting softer 
soil(s) (ed) (ing) 
sola 
sold (at) 

at what price have you sold 
cannot be sold (at) 

ii n ii at your limit 
have not sold 

». you „ 

how much (many) have you sold 

if you have not sold 

ii ii ii „ i, sell at once 

i sold 

no more to be sold 
sold about 

„ „ your quotation (price) 

„ above 

„ „ your limit 

„ altogether 

ii as 

„ at quotation 

„ „ your limit 

„ before your telegram arrived 

„ below your limit 

„ by 

„ cost and freight 

„ „ , freight and insurance 

>i for 

„ „ account of 

ii ii cash 

„ „ delivery 

„ „ your account 

„ free alongside 



Sold—cont. 



seenz 

seets 

sefap 

sefbt 

sefco 

sefdu 

seffy 

sefga 

sens 

sefot 

sefuv 

sefyx 

segar 

segit 

segji 

segko 

seglu 

segmy 

segna 

segov 

segpe 

segux 

segyz 

sehiv 

sehox 

sehri 

sehso 

sehtu 

sehuz 

sehvy 

seli.xa 

sehze 

seich 

seils 

seinf 

seird 

seisp 

seixt 

sejat 

sejbo 

sejcu 

sejdy 

sejge 

sejhi 

sejix 

sejoz 

sejub 

sejyc 

sekav 

sekiz 

sekjo 

sekku 

sekly 

sekma 

sekne 

sekpi 

sekuc 

sekyd 

selax 

selib 

seloc 

selro 

selsu 

selty 

selud 

selva 

selxe 

selyf 

selzi 

semaz 

sembu 

semcy 

semda 



word of 10 letters. It has no meaning. Sco Prefaoe. 
sold free in lighters Sold— <ont 

„ „ on hoard 

» ii ii q»ay 

i. ii „ rail 

„ further 

ii in 

„ „ addition (to) 

ii >i all 

„ nothing 

„ on basis of 

ii part 

N since 

„ subject to 

i, „ „ confirmation 

•• ii n reply by wire 

„ the whole 

„ to arrive 
what have you sold 
why „ „ not sold 

i, ,i ii sold 
will be sold 

sole(s) fly) 
solicit(s) (ed) (ing) 
solicitation(s) 
at the solicitation of 

SOlicitor(s) See Lawyer 

Solicitor- General 
solid (ly) 
solidity 
solitary 
solution(s) 
solvency 
some (to) 
as some 
for „ 
if ,. 
of „ 
on „ 
some such 
till some 
to „ 
which soma 
with „ 
without some 
somebody (to) 
„ else 

somehow 

„ or other 
someone (to) 

„ or other 
something (to) 
it is something 
something else 

„ or other 

there is something 
sometime(s) (to) 
and sometimes 
as it „ 

•i n is 

•i » was 

but „ 

if sometimes 
„ not sometimes 
it is 

„ sometimes 
may „ 
not 

or „ 

there is sometimes 
they (he, she, it) sometimes 
we (I) sometimes 
which is „ 
you sometimes 
somewhat 
and somewhat Somewhat — tont. 



Semfe — fcgoat 



186 



but 3omewhat Somewhat — cont. 

if 

„ not „ 

or somewhat 

somewhere 

son(s) See also Firms, &c. 

soon (to) 

and soon 

are (is) soon 

as soon as 

n ii ti possible 

„ „ „ they (he, she, it) 

n (• .1 we (I) 

• you 

but „ 
if » 

„ „ enough 
„ net soon 
i. too „ 
it soon 
not so soon 
„ soon 

„ „ enough 
or „ 

soon enough 
too soon 
very „ 

sooner (than) 
but sooner or later 
if not sooner 
„ sooner 
not sooner than 
sooner if possible 

„ or later 
soonest 

„ possible 
what is the soonest (that) 
3orrow (fully) 
sorry (to) 
they are (he, she is) not sorry (to) 

» m ( n ,, ,,) sorry (to) 
very sorry (to) 

; , „ to hear 

„ „ „ report 
we are (I am) not sorry (to) 
» n (.. „) sorry (to) 
you are not sorry (to) 

„ „ sorry (to) 
sort(s) (ed) (ing) (out) 
percentage sorted 

Sought Su Seek 

8ound(s) (ed) (ing) (ly) (ness) 
source(s) 

ascertain from reliable independent source 
south (of) (era) 
feet south 
from the south 
going south 
south-east 

„ -easterly 

„ -eastern 

„ -eastward (ly) 

n part 

,, -west 

„ -westerly 

,, -western 

„ -westward (ly) 
to the south 
southerly 
southward(s) 

South Africa See Africa 

South Australia (n(s)) 
from South Australia 
in South Australia 
Sovereign(s) Sovereigns) — cont. 



seurrn 

sevah 

sevba 

sevce 

sevdi 

sevfo 

sevgu 

sevik 

sevol 

sevum 

sevyn 

sewek 

sewja 

sewli 

sewmo 

sewnu 

sewpy 

sexaj 

sexil 

sexke 

sexom 

sexun 

sexyp 

seygn 

seyhs 

seymd 

sezak 

sezel 

sezim 

sezon 

sezra 

sezse 

sezti 

sezup 

sezvo 

sezwu 

sezyr 

sexxy 

sfaar 

sfaes 

sfait 

sfaov 

sfaux 

sfayz 

sfeec 

sfeof 

sfeyh 

sriaj 

sfiek 

sfiom 

sfoox 

sfoyr 

sfuac 

sfued 

sfuif 

sfuog 

sfuuh 

sfuyb 

sfyak 

sfyel 

sfyim 

sfyon 

sfyup 

sgaas 

sgaet 

sgaiv 

sgaox 

sgauz 

sgeyb 

sgiak 

sgiel 

sgion 

sgoat 



half-sovereign(8) Sovereign(a)— ami. 

space(s) 

spacious (ly) 

span(s) (ned) (ning) 

Spain (Spanish) 

for Spain 

from Spain 

in Spain 

to „ 

Spanish Government 

spare(s) (ing) (ingly) 

all you can spare 

cannot spare 

what can you spare 

spasmodic (ally) 

speak(s) (ing) (3poke(s)(n)) (to) 

could speak 

speak of 

they (he, she) speak(s) (of) 

you speak (of) 

plain speaking 

„ spoken 
special (ly) 
special settlement 
application for special settlement 
applied for special settlement 
apply „ 

do not apply for special settlement 
have not applied for special settlement 

•> you 

special settlement granted 

„ „ on London Stock Exchange 

„ „ postponed 

„ „ refused 

specialised) (d) (ing) 
specialist(s) 
speciahty (ies) 
specie 

speoiflc (ally) See Especial, Particular, Peculiar 
specification(s) (of) 
according to specification (s) 
send specification (s) 



See also Define, Explain, 
[State 



5m Ostensible, Plausible 



sending 

specify (ies) (ied) (ing) 

specify more particularly 

„ most „ 

specimen(s) 
picked specimens 
rich „ 

specious (ly) 
speculate(s) (d) (ing) (in) 
(,,) ( „ ) with 
speculation(s) 
as a speculation 

can you join me In a speculation In (— ) t Consider It very good chance, 
for speculation [cash required from you 

nothing but a speculation 
on speculation 
speculative (ly) 
spectuator(s) 
large speculator^) 
small „ 

speculators are 

„ buying 

„ not buying 

n „ selling 

„ selling 

speech (es) 
spaed (ily) 

spend(s) (ing) (spent) 
sphere(s) 
spiegeleisen 
spin(s) (ning) (spun) 
spineKs) 
:pinster(s) 



18« 



Sgoya — Sirmo 



Su Speak 



See Spin 



spirit(s) (ed) (edly) 
spite 
in ?pite of 
spiteful (ly) 
spitzkasten 
splendid (ly) 
split(s) (ing) (up) 
split the difference 
will split the difference 

„ not split the differencs 
spoil (s) (ed) (ing) 
spoke(s) (n) (to) 
spontaneous (ly) 
soort(s) (ing) (ingly) 
spot(s) (ted) (ting) 
on the spot 

spread(s) (ing) (over) 
spreading over ( — ) months 

,, ,, ( — ) years 

spring(s) (ing) (sprung) 
spun 
spurious 
spurt(s) 
squabble(s) 
squander(s) (ed) (ing) 
sqnare(s) (d) (ing) 
squeak 

a narrow squeak 
squeezable 
squeeze(s) (d) (ing) 
staff(s) 

reduce your staff 
St 3>g(s) 

stagger(s) (ed) (ing) 

stage(s) (d) (ing) 

stagnant 

stagnation 

stake (s) 

at stake 

have much at stake 
„ too much at stake 

Stamp(s) 

addition of (— ) stamps 

are working with ( — ) stamps 

by increasing the number of stamps 

erect (— ) stamps 

erecting heavier stamps 
,, new stamps 

expect to have ( — ) head stamps working in 

further ( — ) stamps will start 

bave ( — ) stamps now working 

heavier stamps required 

how many stamps are at work 

,, „ have ( — ) now erecting 

„ ., » (— ) >, working 

increase number of stamps (to) 

is erecting ( — ) stamps 

„ running ( — ) „ and erecting ( — ) stamps more 

must increase number of stamps 
,, reduce „ „ 

new stamps (are) 

,, commenced working 

„ will commence working on 

next month shall work with ( — ) stamps 

not exceeding ( — ) stamps 

number of stamps insufficient 



See Am die, Astonish 



See also Mill, Returns 



running (during 

( .. 

( .- 

( „ 

( .. 

( ,. 

( ,, 

( ,, 



was) 

) 5 
)io 

M5 

) 20 
)25 
) 30 

) 4° 
)5° 

Stainp{s) — cont, 



sidiv 

sidox 

sieft 

sierv 

siesk 

sifat 

sifev 

sifix 

sifjo 

sifku 

sifly 

sifma 

sifne 

sifpi 

sifyc 

sigav 

sigex 

sigro 

sigsu 

sigty 

sigwe 

sigyd 

sihax 

sihbo 

siheu 

sihdy 

sihfa 

sihge 

sihhi 

sihyf 

sijky 

sijni 

sijyg 

sikru 

siksy 

sikta 

sikve 

sikwi 

sikyh 

sikzo 

silbu 

silcy 

silda 

silfe 

silgi 

silho 

silyj 

simjy 

simka 

simle 

simmi 

simno 

simpu 

simyk 

sinry 

sinsa 

sinte 

sinvi 

sinxo 

sinyl 

sinzu 

sioch 

siols 

sionf 

siord 

siosp 

sioxt 

sipca 

sipde 

sipfi 

siphu 

sipym 

sirja 

sirke 



number of stamps running (during 



shall be able to work with 



[ — ) stamps 



Stamp(s) — cent. 
(was) 75 
( » ) 100 
( , ) Wo 
( » ) 125 
( » ) MO 
( ., ) *5o 
( » ) 175 

( H ) ISO 

( 11 ) 2"0 

( II ) 250 

( „ ) 3°° 

( „ ) 350 

( „ ) 4OO 



[and day 



„ have to hang up stamps 

„ shortly be able to keep stamps running night 

„ „ " „ „ (— ) stamps running 

stamp head(s) 
stamps hung up on account of 

„ of ( — ) lbs. each 
started crushing with ( — ) stamps 
there is ore enough for ( — ) „ 
to stamp 

unable to keep stamps running 
when will new stamps commence working 
stamped 
stamping 
stamping power 
stand(s) (ing) (over) 
cannot stand over 
make a stand against 
must stand over 
stand(s) (ing) out for 
standing of 

what is the standing of 
standard(s) 
if not up to standard 
„ up to standard 
not up to standard 
up to standard 
start(s) (ed) (ing) 
do not start until 
start at once 
startle(s) (d) (ing) 
starve(s) (d) (ing) 

State(s) (d) (ing) (that) See also Specify 

also state 

in tha present state 
,, what state is 
must be put in a proper state 
not to state 
owing to its state 
state whether 
they (he, she) do(es) not state 

1, ( » n) state(s) 
to state 

what is the state of 
you do not state 

„ state 
as stated 
it is not stated 
statement(s) (of) 
as per statement (of) 
(by) our (my) statement (of) 
( „ ) their (his, her) statement (of) 
( „ ) your statement (of) 
confirm „ 



deny the 

detailed 

half-yearly 

monthly 

official 

quarterly 

send full 



required 



of 



us (me) a statement of Statement® — cont. 



Sirmi — Sniaf 



187 



Statement(s) — com. 




send ns (me) statement of account 


skyok 


statement is not official 


skyul 


„ „ official 


slaax 


„ „ semi-official 


slaez 


„ „ true 


slair 


„ „ untrue 


slaos 


„ made 


slaut 


,t of account 


slayv 


„ „ claim 


sleag 


„ „ defence 


sleeh 


weekly statement 


sleib 


yearly „ 


sleoc 


station(s) 


sleud 


stationary 


sleyf 


st: tionery 


slian 


statistical 


sliep 


statistics 


sloer 


status 


slois 


„ quo ante 


sloot 


statute(s) (of) 


slouv 


„ of Limitation; 


sloyx 


statutory Su also Meeting 


slueb 


stay(s) (ed) (tog) 


sluic 


steadier (than) 


sluod 


steadiest 


sluuf 


steadiness 


sluyg 


steady (ily) 


slyap 


very steady 


slyik 


steai(s) (ing) (stolen) 


slyol 


steam(s) (ed) (ing) 


slyum 


steam power 


smaaz 


steamer(s) 


smaer 


British steamer(s) 


smais 


by direct „ 


smaot 


H first „ 


smauv 


„ mail „ 


smayx 


„ steamer 


smeah 


direct steamer 


smeeb 


foreign steamer (s) 


smeic 


indirect „ 


smeod 


mail steamer(s) 


smeuf 


Steel 


smeyg 


step(s) (ped) (ping) (into) 


smiap 


advisable to take immediate steps (to) 


smiol 


approve the steps taken 


snioar 


do not approve the steps taken 


smoes 


» you „ „ „ 


smoit 


if you take no steps (to) 


smoov 


„ „ steps (to) 


smoux 


is it advisable to take steps (to) 


smoyz 


must take steps (to) 


smuab 


no steps 


smuec 


„ „ taken (to) 


smuid 


not advisable to take steps (to) 


smuof 


preliminary steps 


smuug 


steps to 


smuyh 


take no steps (to) 


smyaj 


„ Buch steps as you think best 


smyek 


„ the necessary steps (to) 


smyil 


taken the „ „ („) 


smyom 


taking,, „ „ („) 


smyun 


what steps have you taken (to) 


— 


„ „ is it proposed to take (to) 


snaam 


sterling Set page 233 


snaen 


stem (ly) (ness) 


snaip 


stiff (en) (ened) (ening) (ly) 


snaoj 


very stiff 


snauk 


stiffer (than) 


snayl 


stifle(s) (d) (ing) 


sneav 


Still See also Yet 


sneex 


if not still 


sneiz 


„ still 


sneor 


still for 


sneus 


„ „ all that 


sneyt 


„ from Still — cont. 


sniaf 



still however Stiii — cont. 

„ if 

„ in 

„ our(s) (my, mine) 

„ that (those) 

„ the 

„ their(s) (his, her(s), its) 

„ they (he, she, it) 

„ this (these) 

„ to 

„ we (I) 

„ when 

„ with 

„ without 

„ you 

„ your(s) 

stimulate(s) (d) (ing) 
stimulus 

stipulate(s) (d) (ing) (for) 
must stipulate for 
they (he, she) stipulate(s) for 
not stipulated for 
stipulation^, 1 
with this stipulation 
without any „ 

StOCk(s) Set alio SI 

against stock 
capital ,, 
consolidated stock 
convertible into inscribed stock 
„ preference „ 

„ stock 

cumulative preference stock 
debenture stock 
deferred „ 
first preference stock 
inscribed stock 
joint stock 
new „ 

nott-cumulative preference stock 
old stock 
ordinary and preference stock 

„ stock 
preferred „ 
register „ 
registered „ 
second preference stock 
stock holder 

„ -in-trade 
third preference stock 
trustee stock (s) 
what stock have you on hand 
Stock Exchange 

being a holiday Stock Exchange is closed 
our Stock Exchange 
Stock Exchange rules 
their Stock Exchange 
your „ „ 

stockbroker(s) 
stocked (stocking) 
stock-jobber(s) 

stolen Su Steal 

stone(s) (d) 
precious stones 
stony 

stop(s) (ped) (ping) 
cannot remove stop 
do not „ „ 

full stop 

if they (he, she, it) do (es) not 6top 
.. »i ( 11 »i ) stop(s) 
„ we (I) do not stop 
„ „ („) stop 
„ you do not stop 
„ „ stop Stop (s) (ped) (ping)—wnt. 



i^ : 



Sniog— Sonhi 



ABABY — This cipher is f r use only when it is desired to complete 


a code t 


lieg 


no stop on Stop(s) (ped) (ping)— cont. 


— 


liob 


remove stop on 


sogi! 


loan 


stop at once 


sogom 


loep 
loij 


there is a stop on 


sogyp 


•i no „ 


sohak 


100k 


stope(s) 


sohel 


loul 


begun to stope (at) 


sohje 


loym 


east stope 


sohki 


max 


exposed in main shaft stope 


sohlo 


mez 


face of the stope (s) 


sohmu 


lyag 


from the lower stope(s) 


sohny 


lyeh 


„ stope (s) 


sohon 


lyib 


„ upper stope(s) 


sohpa 


lyoc 


great improvement in the stopc(s) 
now do the stopes look 


sohup 


lyud 


soics 


>idt 


in stope and drift 


soift 


Mlb 


„ the stope(s) 


soimn 


yuax 


intermediate stope 


— 


>bef 


main shaft stope yields ore value 


soirv 


)boh 


new stope 


soisk 


jbra 


north stope 


— 


)bse 


old stope 


sojal 


>bti 


other stopes 


sojem 


ibuj 


overhead stope(s) 


sojin 


)bvo 


south stope 


sojop 


)bwu 


stope (s) above 


sojri 


>byk 


„ „ level No. 


sojso 


ibzy 


„ part of mine last named in this cable 


sojtu 


jcaf 


M .. (— ) level (— ) shaft 


sojur 


jcba 


„ are being worked by ( — ) men on day shift 


sojvy 


)cce 


n .» ii i> » ( — ) M n and 


sojwa 


>cdi 


„ below [night shift 


sojys 


5ceg 


„ broken into 


sojze 


jcfo 


„ carried up (— ) feet, a total of ( — ) feet 


sokam 


3CgU 


: , improving 


sokbi 


schy 


„ in the upper part of mine 


sokco 


jcih 


•• ii (— ) chute 


sokdu 


3COJ 


„ look poor 


soken 


)cuk 


„ it well 


sokfy 


jcyl 


„ looking 


sokga 


3dag 


„ narrower on accountof hanging-footwalls 


sokhe 


3deh 


„ not so good 


sokip 


Ddij 


., on the back of ( — ) i eef 


sokor 


sdja 


.-, shows faces ( — ) feet to ( — ) feet wide 


sokus 


xlke 


„ wider on account of foot-hangers 


sokyt 


3dli 


„ without change 


solep 


sdmo 


(the) lower stope(s) 


solir 


sdnu 


( „ ) upper „ 


solji 


Ddok 


underhand „ 


solko 


adpy 


west stope 


sollu 


adul 


will „ 


— 


odym 


stoped 


solmy 


oegn 


have net stoped (owing to) 


solna 


oehs 


„ stoped ( — ) fathoms from here 


soloe 


aelf 


„ „ ( — ) tons from here 


solut 


Demd 


stoping 


solyv 


afah 


a little stoping 


somer 


ofik 


are now stoping (in) 


somis 


ofol 


„ „ in (— ) level (No. — ) 


somot 


ofre 


have discontinued stoping on account of 


somro 


ofsi 


no stoping has been done 


somsu 


ofto 


overhead stoping 


somty 


ofum 


shall commence stoping 


somuv 


ofvu 


,, recommence „ 


somva 


ofwy 


stoping above ( — ) level 


somwe 


ofyn 


„ in the chute 


somyx 


ofza 


.> „(—) level 


somzi 


ogaj 


,, with machine drills 


sonar 


ogbe 


underhand stoping 


sonbo 


OgCi 


when will you begin stoping 


soncu 


Ogdo 


stoppage(s) (of) 


sondy 


ogek 


what is the cause of the stoppage 


sones 


ogfu 


storage 


sonfa 


oggy 


store(s) (d) (ing) 


songe 


eg ha 


storm(s) (y) 


sonhi 



It has no meaning 



See Prefaoe. 

Se* Tale 



story (ies) 

stout (ly) 

straddle 

straight (en) 

straightforward (ly) (ness) 

strain(s) (ed) (tag) 

ii (s) ( i, ) ( ii ) a point 
strait(s) 
strange (ly) 

does it not seem strange (that) 
it seems strange (that) 
stranger(s) 
strata (stratum) 
dip of the strata 
horizontal „ 
in the strata 
strata consist of 

stratagem See Trick 

stratification 
stratiform 

Stratum See Strata 

straw 

man (men) of straw 
stroak(s) (ed) (y) 
a streak of ore 

„ „ ( — ) inches to ( — ) inches wide 
direction of the streak 
from this streak 
pay streak 

„ „ opening out 
rich streak (of) 
struck a pay streak 
these streaks are highly charged with 
thin streak (of) 
stream(s) 
street(s) 
in the street 
strength 

strengthen(s) (ed) (ing) 
stress 

lay(s) great stress on 

stretch (es) (ed) (ing) See also Strain 

strict (ly) (ness) 
must be more strict 

„ strict 
need not be too strict 
not strict 

„ „ enough 
very strict 
stricture(s) 

strife See Quarrel 

strike(s) (ing) (struck) (off) 
a strike has been ordered 
„ „ is threatened 
boys on strike 

do you think strike will last long 
expect to strike 
general strike 

how long is strike likely to last 
important and valuable strike 
in the event of a strike 
is the strike 
joined the strike 
mill men on strike 
miners on strike 
on account of strike 

„ strike 

owing to workmen on strike 
partial strike 
poor strike 
reason of the strike 
rich strike 
serious strike(s) 
strike begun 
„ continues Strike® {ing) (struct)— cont 



S&aoy— Stioz 



strike delegates 8trlka(s) (Ing) (struck) — cont. 

„ ended 

„ „ , men have resumed work 

„ „ , „ unconditionally surrender 

„ expected among the 

„ funds 

„ has been averted for the present 

. ., collapsed 

„ is east and west 

„ „ likely to cause us much trouble 

„ „ north and south 

„ |, running parallel with dip 

„ „ sure to take place 

„ likely 

„ leaders 

„ not likely 

„ „ seriously impeding work 

„ of miners and labourers 

„ originated with . 

„ reported on 

„ will last some time 

„ „ not last long 

„ „ probably last some time 
to avert a strike 
workmen on strike 
strikers 

mass meeting of strikers 
Mtm-strikers 
stringent (ly) 
very stringent 
stnnger(s) 

cut through several stringers 
several stringers 
small „ 

stringers have come together 
strip(s) (off) 
stripped (off) 
stripping (off) 

„ operations 

stroke(s) (ing) 
strong (ly) 
not strong 
very strong 
strong room(s) 
stronger (than) 
much stronger 
somewhat stronger 
strongest 

Struck Set Strike 

structure(s) (all 
struggle(s) (d) (ing) 
stubborn (ly) (ness) 
stud(s) (ded) (ding) 
study (ies) (ied; (ing) 
stuff(s) (ed) (ing) 
stumble(s) (d) (ing) 
stupendous (ly) 
stupid (ly) (ity) 
style(s) 

what is the style of the firm 
sub-divide(s) (d) (ing) 
sub-division 
subdue(s) (d) (ing) 
subfloat(s) (ed) (ing) 
sub-flotation(s) 
subject(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 
His Majesty's subjects 
if not subject to 
„ subject to 
is this (it) subject to 
not subject to 
on the subject oi 
subject matter 

„ to our (my) 

„ ,, their (his, her, its) 

Subjecl{s) {ed) (tug)— cont. 



sozed 

sozif 

sozka 

sozle 

sozmi 

sozno 

sozog 

sozpu 

sozuh 

sozyj 

spaeg 

spaob 

spauc 

spayd 

speam 

speen 

speip 

speoj 

speuk 

speyl 

spiav 

spiex 

spior 

spoag 

spoeh 

spuan 

spuep 

spuij 

spuok 

spuul 

spuym 

spyax 

spyez 

spyir 

spyos 

spyut 

sraah 

sraeb 

sraic 

sraod 
srauf 
srayg 
sreap 
sreik 

sreol 

sreum 

sreyn 

srier 

sriot 

sroab 

sroec 

sroid 

sroof 

sroug 

sroyh 

sruaj 

sruek 

sruil 

sruom 

sruun 

sryar 

sryes 

sryit 

sryov 

sryux 

staub 

stayc 

steem 

stein 

steop 

stiat 

stioz 



subject to your Subject(s) (ed) (ing)— cont. 

that subject 

this „ 

what is it (are they) subject to 

subjection 

sublet(s) (ting) (to) 

submerge(s) (d) (ing) 

submission (to) 

submit(s) (ted) (ting) (to* 

subordinate(s) (d) (ing) 

sub-participant(s) (in) 

sub-participate(s) (d) (ing) (in) 

sub-participation(s) (in) 

subpcena(s) (ed) (ing) 

subscribe(s) (d) (ing) (to) 

have no right to subscribe (to) 

,, right to subscribe (to) 

„ we (I) the right to subscribe (to) 
right to subscribe (to) 
already subscribed (to) (for) 
fully subscribed (for) 
if not subscribed (for) 
„ subscribed (for) 
over subscribed (for) 
partially subscribed (for) 
the public have not subscribed (for) 

„ „ „ subscribed (for) 
total amount subscribed for up to the present 
subscriber (s) 

subscription(s) See also Shares 

subscription list 

what do the subscriptions amount to 
subsection(s) 
subsequent (ly) 
8ubside(s) (d) (ing) 
subsidence 
subsidise(s) (d) (ing) 
subsidy (ies) (of) 
Government subsidy(ies) 

subsist(s) (ed) (ing) See Exist, Live 

subsoil 
substance(s) 
what is the substance of 
substantial (ly) 
verv substantial 

substantiate(s) (d) (ing) See Confirm, Corroborate, 
substantive [Verify 

substitute(s) (d) (ing) (for) 
as a substitute 
impossible to substitute 
substitute if possible 
with permission to substitute 
substitution (of) 
cannot allow substitution of ( — ) for 
do not authorise the substitution 

H you „ „ „ 

in substitution of 

including substitution 

power of „ 

will allow the substitution of ( — ) if 

substratum (a) 

subterfuge(s) See Excuse, Pretence, Pretext 

subterranean 

subtle 

subtract^) (ed) (ing) (from) 

subtraction(s) 

subvention(s) 

subversive (of) 

succeed(s) (ed) (ing) (in) 

expect to succeed (in) 

have not succeeded (in) 

„ succeeded very well 
how have you succeeded (in) 
success (es) 
confident of success Suece<x (es)—cont. 



100 



Stoaf— -Surty 



doubtful of success 

great success 

no chance of success 

„ success 

partial success 

to ensure success 

successful (ly) (in) 

is it successful 

not „ 

very 

will probably be successful 

„ „ not be successful 

succession 
in succession (to) 
successive (ly) 
Buccessor(s) (of) 
buc amb(s) (ed) (ing) 
such 
any sucb 
at „ 
by „ 
from „ 
in „ 
it is „ 
many such 
no such 
not „ 

•• » as 



Suocess (e») — tont. 



See Die, Yield 



on „ 

such as 
» n it is 

„ „ that (those) 

» n there 

„ „ they (he, she, it) 

,, „ this (these) 

„ „ we (I) 

•i •• you 
till such 
to „ 
suction 

sudden (ly) (ness) 
of a sudden 
owing to a sudden 
very suddenly 
sue(s) (d) (ing) 
suffer(s) (ed) (ing) (from) 
long suffering 
sufferance 
on sufferance 
sufferer(s) 

sufficient (ly) (for) See also Enough 

are they (is it) sufficient (for) 
barely sufficient (for) 
consider it sufficient (for) 
do not consider it sufficient (for) 
» you „ „ ( „ ) 

have they (has he, she, it) sufficient (for) 

„ you sufficient (for) 
more than sufficient 
they are (it is) not sufficient (for) 

„ ( „ ) sufficient (for) 
what would be considered sufficient (for) 
with sufficient (for) 
without sufficient (for) 
suffix (es) 

suffocate(s) (d) (ing) 
suggests) (ed) (ing) (that) 
can do as you suggest 
„ only suggest 
„ suggest nothing (further) 
cannot do as you suggest 

„ suggest any better course 
have you anything to suggest 
suggest(s) that they (he, she, it) 

•• i. we (I) Suggest® (ed) (ing)—cont. 



suhom 

suhun 

suhyp 

suihs 

suilf 

suimd 

sujak 

sujel 

sujim 

sujon - 

sujre 

sujsi 

sujup 

sujvu 

sujwy 

sujyr 

sujza 

sukal 

sukbe 

sukci 

sukem 

sukfu 

sukgy 

sukha 

sukin 

sukop 

sukur 

sukys 

sulam 

sulen 

sulip 

sulje 

sulki 

sulmu 

sulny 

sulor 

sulpa 

sulus 

sulyt 

sumep 

sumir 

sumos 

sumut 

sumvy 

sumwa 

sumze 

sunap 

sunbi 

sundu 

suncr 

sunfy 

sunot 

sunuv 

sunyx 

suocs 

suoft 

suomn 

suorv 

suosk 

supar 

supes 

supji 

suplu 

supmy 

supna 

supov 

suppe 

supux 

supyz 

suret 
suriv 
surox 
surty 



suggest (s) that you 8uggest(s) (ed) (ing)— coni 
what do you suggest (doing) 
as they (he, she) suggested 

„ we (I) suggested 

„ you suggested 
have not „ 

„ suggested 
is it „ (that) 

it is not „ ( „ ) 

„ suggested (that) 

» , H by 
on lines suggested 
what is „ 
suggestion^) 
acting upon your suggestion 
(at) our (my) suggestion 
( „ ) the suggestion of 
( „ ) their (his, her) suggestion 
( „ ) your suggestion 
is suggestion approved of 
no suggestions to offer 
suggestion is approved of 

„ „ not approved of 

suicide 

committed suicide 
suit(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 
does it suit you (to) 

„ not „ us (me) (to) 
either would suit 
how does it „ 
if it „ not „ 

„ suits 
suits us (me) (to) 
would suit much better (if) 
suitable (for) (y) 
if not quite suitable 
„ quite suitable 
neither is suitable 
less suitable 
more „ 

not at all suitable 
what is suitable 
sulphate(s) (of) 
sulphate of iron (mundic) 
sulphate of zinc (Black Jack blende) 
sulphide (s) (of) 
fair grade sulphides 
good „ „ 

heavy sulphides continue underfoot 
sulphide of copper 
ii » gold 
ii ii silver 
,, ,, zinc 
yellow sulphides 
sulphur 

sulphuret(s) (ted) 
cannot treat the sulphurets 
the sulphurets can only be treated by 
sulphuric 
Sultan (of) 

sum(s) (med) (ming) (up) 
(a) considerable sum(s) 
(„) large sum(s) 
(„) small „ 
to sum up 
what sum 

summary (ies) (ily) 
summer 

summit(s) See Height, Top 

summon(s) (ed) (ing) 
sump(s) 

necessary to sink a sump 
sump ( — ) feet deep 
Sunday 
every Sunday Sunday— ■eont. 



Suruz— 3ybnk 



191 



suruz 


| on Sunday 8unday — cont. 
| sundry (ies) 


sveak 


surva 


sveel 


9urxe 


i sunk (en) Set also Risen 


sveim 


suryb 


| being sunk on 


sveon 


surxi 


distance sunk during month ( — ) feet 


sveup 


susat 


» » n n (— ) metre* 


sveyj 


susdy 


feet sunk 


svias 


susev 


„ „ during 


sviet 


susfa 


,i „ since 


aviox 


susge 


how far have you sank 


svoad 


sushi 


„ much has been sunk since 


svoef 


susoz 


must be sunk to a depth of 


svoig 


susub 


sunk east of the reef 


svooh 


susyc 


„ in country rock 


svoub 


sutav 


„ north of the reef 


3voyc 


sutex 


„ on the incline 


svual 


sutiz 


ii ii i, reel 


svuem 


sutku 


„ south of the reef 


svuin 


sutly 


„ through dyke 


svuop 


sutma 


„ west of the reef 


svuuj 


sutne 


„ vertical 


svuyk 


sutob 


„ { — ) feet, making a total of ( — ) feet 


svyat 


sutpi 


i« ( — ) >• on the reef 


svyev 


sutuc 


superabundance (of) 


svyix 


sutyd 


superabundant 


svyox 


suuhr 


superannuate(s) (d) (ing) 


svyur 


sutikt 


superannuation 


swaab 


— 


superb (ly) St* Magnificent 


■waec 


suunz 


superficial (ly) 


twaid 


suuts 


superfine 


swaof 


suvax 


superfluous 


swaug 


suvez 


superimpose(s) (d) (ing) 


swayh 


suvib 


superintend(s) (ed) (ing) 


sweai 
sweek 


suvoc 


someone must be sent to superintend 


suvru 


to superintend 


swdil 


suvsy 


superintendence 


sweom 


suvta 


under the superintendence of 


sweun 


suvud 


superintendent^) (of) 


sweyp 


suwe 


as superintendent 


swiar 


suvyf 


superior(s) (to) (ity) 


swies 


suxaz 


is of superior 


swiov 


suxbu 


not superior (to) 


swoac 


suxcy 


supernumerary (ies) 


swoed 


suxda 


supersede(s) (d) (ing) (by) 


swoif 


suxeb 


re(s) 


<?woog 


suxfe 


supervene(s) (d) (ing) 


swouh 


suxgi 


supervise(s) (d) (ing) 


swoyb 


suxic 


supervision (of) 


3wuak 


suxod 


no supervision 


swuel 


suxuf 


(placed) under the supervision of 


swuim 


suxyg 


the supervision is 


swucn 


suych 


under whose supervision is it conducted 


SWUUp 


suyls 


supervisor(s) (of) 


swuyj 


suynf 


supplement(s) (ed) (ing) (ary) 


swyas 


8uyrd 


supplemental 


swyet 


— 


supplicate (s) (d) (ing) See Beg, Implore, Solicit 


swyiv 


— 


supplieation(s) Set Entreaty, Petition, Request, 


swyox 


suysp 


supply (ies) (ied) (ing) (to) [Solicitation 


swyuz 


suyxt 


in the supply of 


syach 


suzab 


large supplies (from) 


syals 


suzec 


no supplies (from) 


syanf 


suzid 


small supplies (from) 


syard 


suzju 


supplies from 


syasp 


suzky 


supply is greater than the demand 


syaxt 


suzla 


„ „ less than the demand 


sybaf 


suzme 


the visible supply (i ) 


. ybW 


suziii 


support(s) (ed) (ing) 


.-ybco 


su^of 


can rely on the support of 


sybdu 


suzug 


cannot rely on the „ m 


sybeg 


suzyh 


have promised to „ 


sybfy 


svaac 


in support of 


sybg'a 


svaed 


no „ 


sybhe 


svaif 


self supporting 


sybih 


svaog j 


who are supporting them (him, b 


syboj 


svaub ' 


supporter(s) 


sybuk 



suppose(s) (d) (ing) (that) 

not to suppose 

they (he, she) did (do) not suppose 
» ( ii „ ) suppose(s) 

to suppose 

we (I) did (do) not suppose 

„ („) suppose 

you do not suppose 
„ suppose 

be supposed 

must not be supposed 

not supposed 

supposed to 

they (he, she) supposed 

we (I) supposed 

were (was) supposed 

you supposed 

eupposition(s) 

no supposition 

our (my) supposition 

that supposition 

their (his, her) supposition 

this supposition 

upon the supposition that 

what it the „ 

your supposition 

suppress (es) (ed) (ing; 

suppression 

supremacy 

supreme (ly) 

surcharged) (d) (ing) 

sure (ly) 

are they (is he, she, it) quite sure 

„ you quite sure 
be sun 

„ „ our (my) 

rt „ their (his, her) 

h h there 

„ n they (he, she, it) 

» h we (I) 

t. » you 

„ „ your 

if (when) you are quite sure 

make sure (of) 

not quite sure 

„ sure 

.. .. if 
quite sure (of) 
so sure 
they are (he, she, it is) not sure 

>i » ( „ „ „ ) sure 
unless you are sure 
very sure 
we are (I am) not sure 

„ „ ( „ ) sure 
you „ not sure 

„ „ sure 

„ must be quite sure 
as it is surely 
by which it surely 
but surely 
if » 
it 

or „ 
which surely 
surety (ies) 
suretyship 
of suretyship 

surface(s) See also Deposil 

about ( — ) tons already at surface 
appears on the surface 
as it appears on the surface 
at surface 

by ,, wornings and trial shafts 
connection has been made with surface 

Surfaced) — cont. 



192 Sycag- 

AUABY — This cipher is for use only when it ts tlesired to compltt 

from surface Surfaco(s) — coni. 

„ the surface cuttings 
here and there along the surface 
near the surface 
no surface work being done 
on the surface 
only a „ deposit 
to surface 
total from surface 
up to surface 

very rich surface shown, but undeveloped 
what is the appearance of surface 

„ „ depth from surface 

„ work is being done at surface 
surfaceman (men) 
surgeon(s) 
surmise(s) (d) (ing) 

sumame(s) See Name 

surpass (es) (ed) (ing) (ingly) 
surplus (oO 
any surplus 
estimated surplus 
large surplus 
moderate surplus 
no surplus 
small surplus 
surplus is 
what surplus is there 

„ „ will there be 

surprise(s) (d) (ing) (ingly) 
express(es) no surprise 

„ surprise 

not at all surprised at 
very surprised at 

„ „ that 

surrender(s) (ed) (inr. 
surreptitious (ly) 
surround(s) (ed) (ing) 
surtax (es) (ed) (ing) 

survey(s) (of) See also Certificate 

cost of survey 

has survey by Government Surveyor been made 
have „ ,, „ „ made 

hurry „ all you can 

if survey by Government Surveyor has been made 
i, ii ii n it „ not been made 

instruct ( — ) to survey 
must make a survey 
owing to survey 
rough survey 
survey S.P. (— ) feet, A.L. (— ) feet 

,, by Government Surveyor 

,i ,| „ „■ has been made 

,i H „ i, „ not been made 

„ completed 

„ expected to be completed 

,i in progress 

,, not yet completed 

„ the 

„ will probably take ( — ) weeki 

n „ take 

until survey by Government Surveyor has been made 
when will survey by Government Surveyor be „ 
surveyed 

has been thoroughly surveyed 
„ not been properly surveyed 
surveying 
surveyor(s) 
a competent surveyor 
Government Survey or (s) 
our surveyor 
qualified surveyor 

send us a competent surveyor at once 
their (his) surveyor 
vendor's surveyor Survcycrr(s) — cont. 



-Syske 

■ a code w 

sykla 

sykme 

sykni 

sykos 

sykpo 

sykut 

sykyv 

sylap 

syler 

sylis 

sylot 

sylru 

sylta 

syluv 

sylve 

sylxi 

sylyx 

sylzo 

symar 

symby 

symca 

symde 

symes 

symS 

symgo 

symhu 



symit 

symov 

symux 

symyz 

synet 

syniv 

synjy 

synka 

synle 

synmi 

synox 

synpu 

synuz 

synyb 

syehs 

syolf 

syomd 

sypat 

sypix 

sypoz 

sypry 

sypsa 

sypte 

sypub 

sypvi 

sypwo 

sypyc 

sypzu 

syrav 

syrba 

syrce 

syrdi 

syrex 

syrfo 

syrgu 

syrhy 

syriz 

syrob 

syruc 

syryd 

sysax 

sysez 

sysib 

sysja 

syske 



It has nu weaning. See Pj-< 
Surveyor-!*) 



face. 



;rd of lo letters. 
your surveyor 

survive (s) (d) (ing) (or(s)) 
suspect(s) (ed) (ing) 
have you any reason to suspect 
good cause to suspect 
no reason „ „ 
strongly suspected of 

suspend(s) (ed) (ing) See also Payment 

suspense 
in suspense 
suspension(s) (of) 
suspicion 

„ points to 

suspicious (ly) 
sustain(s) (ed) (ing) 
sway(s) (ed) (ing) 
swear(s) (ing) (sworn) 
Sweden (Swedish, Swede(s)) 
for Sweden 
from M 
in „ 
to „ 

Swedish Government 
sweep(s) (ing(s)) (ingly) (swept) 
sweet(s) 

swell(s) (ed) (ing) 

swept See Sweep [Incline, Trend [ 

SWerve(s) (d) (ing) See Bend, Deviate, Diverge,) 
swift (ly) (ness) See Quick, Sudden 

swim(s) 
in the swim 
not in the swim 
swimming (ly) 
swindle(s) (d) (ing) 
gigantic swindle has been perpetrated (on) 
swindler(3) 

swing(s) (ing) (swung) 
Swiss 

sworn See Swear 

Sydney 
syenite 

symbol(s) (ical) 
sympathised) (d) (ing) 
sympathy 
in „ with 

not in sympathy with 
symptom(s) 
syndicate(s) 
are (is) in the syndicate 

, , („) not in the syndicate 

„ they (is he, she) in the syndicate 

i, you in the syndicate 
can a syndicate be formed 
cannot form syndicate 
could „ „ if 

expenses of the syndicate 
form a syndicate 
forming a syndicate 
h ave fixed up a local syndicate for this property \ox 



if syndicate 

„ „ be formed 

„ „ „ not formed 

„ „ does 

» ». not 

in the hands of a syndicate 

local syndicate 

London ,, 

not in the syndicate 

proposed to form a syndicate 

prospecting syndicate 

syndicate being formed 
„ can be „ 
„ has been formed 
„ will be formed 

trying to form a syndicate 



[for (— )) 



Syndicate(s)-~eofti. 



Syeli— Tajuk 



198 



will join syndicate Syndloate(s) — cont. 

„ not join syndicate 

m you „ „ 

»i ( ) t» » 

■ynopsls (oO 
system(s) 
a bad system 
„ better system 
» good 

machine system 
what is the system 
a machine system 

systematic (al) (ally) 

T 

tabled) 

sorting tables 

tables and classifiers are working satisfactorily 

tabulate(s) (d) (Log) 

tacit (ly) 

taokling (for) 

tact (fid) (ftdlyi 

tactless 

tael(a) 

in taels 

taels ( — ) canderin 

tailings (from) See also Returns 

accumulated tailings 

„ „ treated 

are losing ( — ) per cent, of ore in tailings 
„ tailings concentrated 
„ „ easy to treat 
„ „ refractory 
assay of tailings 
average value of tailings 
(by) treating the tailings 
can treat ( — ) tons of tailings per 24 hours 
concentrated tailings 
cost of treating the tailings 
estimate tailings on hand to be (— ) tons 
extracted from tailings 
from tailings 
(from) new tailings 
( h )old 

gold extracted from tailings re-treated 
is method of treating tailings a success 
lost in tailings 

new method of treating tailings 
pyritic tailings 
result does not include gold from tailings 

„ includes gold from tailings 
samples of tailings 

sour tailings [of quick and cheap treatment 

tailings are clean and non-refractory, and susceptible 
f „ „ difficult of treatment, and require more 
t than usual expense in time and chemicals 
tailings are retained for 

„ „ „ „ further treatment 

n average ( — ) cents 

„ contain ( — ) per cent of slimes 

H dam 

„ from the ( — ) mill 

„ have yielded ( — ) ozs. 

n » .. (— ) » from (— ) tons 

„ on hand at mill ( — ) tons 

• P«t» . 

„ proving troublesome 

, residue 

„ treated 

„ treatment scheme 

M wheel 

„ will be treated with amalgam 
„ „ not pay to work 
„ „ pay to work 
lo treat the tailings Tailings — cont. 



tabwy 
tabyd 
tabza 
tacax 
tacbe 
tacci 

tacdo 

tacez 

tacfu 

tacgy 

tacna 

tacib 

tacoc 

tacud 

tacyf 

tadas 

tadeb 

tadic 

tadie 

tadki 

tadlo 

tadmn 

tadny 

tadod 



taduf 

tadyg 

taehr 

taekt 

taens 

taels 

tafab 

tafec 

tafid 

tafof 

tafri 

tafso 

taftn 

tafug 

tafvy 

tafwa 

tafyh 

tafze 

tagac 

tagbi 

tagco 

tagdu 

taged 

tagfy 

tagga 

tahef 

tahig 

tahji 

tahko 

tahlu 

tahmy 

tahna 

tahoh 

tahpe 

tahui 

tahyk 

taich 

tainf 

taird 

taisp 

taixt 

taiaf 

& 

tajoj 
tajro 
tajsu 
tajty 
tajuk 



tons of tailings worth 



Tailings — cont. 



treated ( — ) tons of tailings and fines 

„ ( — ) „ „ „ estimated to 

treating tailings by the ( — ) process [realise 

treatment of tailings 
tried ( — ) process for treating tailings 
I we estimate the assay value of tailings per 3,000 lbs. 
I at ( — ) fine gold 
what do the tailings assay 

„ have the tailings produced 
yield of tailings 
taint(s) (ed) (Ing) 
take(a) (n) (Log) (from) 
are yon prepared to take 
can take 

„ you take 
cannot take 

„ „ less (than) 
do not „ 

less (than) 

„ they (does he, she, it) take 
„ you take 
may they (he, she, it) take 

„ we (I) take 
must not take 
'■ „ take 
not to „ 
shall (will) not take 

„ ( „ ) take 
take(s) (n) (ing) a (an) 

» (.,) ( n ) back 

» (,,) ( .. ) in 

m (..) ( ii ) out 

» (,.) ( 1, ) over 

» (,,) ( .1 ) them (him, her, it) 

n (.,) ( ii ) UP 

n U ( 11 ) us (me) 
11 (») ( n ) you 
they, (he, she, it) do (es) not take 

„ ( „ „ ) take(s) 
to take 
we (I) do not take 

„ („) take 
what can you take 
will not take 

„ „ „ less (than) 

h take 

M II UD 

„ they (he, she, it) take 

„ you take 
yon do not take 

„ take 
been taken (by) 
have (has) not taken 
„ ( „ ) taken 

„ they (has he, she, it) takea 
„ you taken 
if not taken up 
„ taken up 
not been taken 

„ taken 
what would be taken 
taker(u) 
tale(s) 

talk(s) (ed N (lug) (to) 
tall 

taller (than) 
tallest 

tally (ies) (ied) (ing) 
tame (ly) 

tamper(s) (ed) (ing) (with) 
tangible 
tank(s) 

tantalise(s) (d) (ing) 
tantamount (to) 



194 



Tajva -Tedoo 



tap(s) (ped) (ping) 

tare 

tariff(s) 

Tarkwa 

Tasmania ((n) (s)) 

from Tasmania 

in „ 

taste(s) (d) (ing) 

tax (es) (ed) (ing) 

income tax 

land tax 

tax free 

10 per cent, tax on profits 

(— ) „ 

taxation 

teach (es) (ing) (taught) 

tear(s) (ing) (torn) (up) 

technical (ly) 

tedious (ly) (ness) 

telegram(s) (from) 

acknowledge receipt of our (my) telegram 

„ „ this telegram by wire 

act on our (my) telegram (of) 
acting on your telegram of 
advise by telegram 
advised in our (my) telegram (of) 

„ their (his, her) telegram (of) 

„ your telegram (of) 
after receipt of our (my) telegram tpf) 

„ „ your telegram (of) 
await our (my) telegram 

M .♦ ( ». ) .. before actin 8 

„ their (his, her) telegram 

H your telegram 

„ „ „ before acting 

before receipt of your telegram (of) 
by telegram 
cancel In onr (my) telegram all after the (— ) word (address not counted) 

„ „ („) „ before „(— ) „ ( „ „ „ ) 

„ our ( „ ) last telegram 

„ „ („) telegram (of) [ring to 

„ that portion of our (my) telegram of ( — ) refer- 
cannot find the person accredited in your telegram of 

„ reply by telegram 

to-day 
communicate contents of telegram (to) 
conditions as per our (my) telegram (of) 

„ „ their (his, her) telegram (of) 

„ „ your telegram (of) 

confirm by telegram 

„ our (my) telegram (of) 
„ their (his, her) telegram (of) 
„ your telegram (of) 
continuation of this telegram follows later 
cost of telegram 
defer acting on telegram (of) 
do not show this „ (to) 
do not spare words in your telegram, as clearness Is essential 

„ understand your telegram of (— ), repeat the whole 

„ „ „ , repeat in another form 

explanation of telegram is 
following is repetition of our (my) telegram (of) 
from date of arrival of this telegram 
has telegram been received (for) 

» 11 n ii fr«m 

have you received our (my) telegram (referring to) 
if in accordance with our (my) telegram (of) 
„ not in „ „ ( „ ) „ („) 

„ you do not reply to our (my) telegram of 
., ,, ., „ (,, ) „ (— )we(I) 

in accordance with our (my) telegram (of) [shall 
„ „ their (his, her) telegram (oO 

„ „ your telegram (of) 

„ reply to our (my) telegram (of) 
„ „ their (his, her) telegram (of) 

Telegram{s) — cont. 



tater 

tatis 

tatka 

tatmi 

tatot 

tatpu 

tatuv 

tatyx 

taudt 

taulb 

taunx 

taups 

taurm 

tavar 

taves 

tavit 

tavvo 

tavwu 

tavyr 

taxba 

taxce 

taxdi 

taxet 

taxfo 

taxgu 

taxhy 

taxiv 

taxox 

taxyb 

taygn 

tayhs 

taylf 

taymd 

tazat 

tazev 

tazix 

tazja 

tazke 

tazli 

tazmo 

taznu 

tazoz 

tazpy 

tazub 

tazyc 

teagn 

teahs 

tealf 

tebap 

teber 

tebis 

tebji 

tebko 

teblu 

tebmy 

tebna 

tebot 

tebpe 

tebuv 

tebyx 

tecar 

teces 

tecit 

tecov 

tecri 

tecso 

tectu 

tecux 

tecvy 

tecwa 

tecyz 

tecze 

tedas 

tedbi 

tedco 



in reply to your telegram (of) Telegramfs) — cont. 
it ii » of (— ) reply is " yes " 

ii i. >. ii (— ) .. "no" 

„ your next telegram state if you have received 
is our (my) telegram (of) 
,, their (his, her) telegram (of) 
„ your telegram (of) 
last telegram rewind from you was dated 
ii ii » i. ii ii n (— )md our (my) last to you 
monthly telegram [was dated 

must have reply to our (my) telegram (of) 

>, >» » .. ., ( .. ) .. of (— ) at once 
mutilation of telegram (of) 
name mentioned in our (my) telegram (of) 

„ „ „ your telegram (of) 

no telegram 

not in accordance with our (my) telegram (of) 
on receipt of our (my) telegram (of) 

„ „ your telegram (of) 

our (my) first telegram (of) 

„ ( „ ) second telegram (of) 

„ ( „ ) telegram (of) 
private telegram (of) 
received no telegram from you 



refer (referring 


to our i 


my) last telegram 


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„ 


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Telegram(s) — cont . 



Te!egram(s) — cord, 
refer (referring) to your telegram of 17th 
.. i • . ,, ., 18th 



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„ 19th 

„ „ „ 20th 

• > N .. 2ISt 

„ „ „ 22nd 

tt h .1 23 r d 

II M II 24th 

„ „ „ 2Sth 

ft tt i» 26th 

11 ., „ 27th 

„ „ „ 28th 

n ti m 29th 

•• tt tt 3°th 

»» m t« 3*s* 

referred to in telegram (of) 
repeat your telegram (of) 

nun from 

n it t. »t ( — ) DP to 

11 (— ) word(s) in your telegram (of) (address 
reply by telegram [not counted) 

r» tO „ 

„ M „ mutt reach us at latest 
show this telegram to 
since date of our (my) telegram (of) 
„ „ „ your telegram (of) 
„ last telegram 
specify in „ 

still without a reply to our (my) telegram (of) 
telegram begins here 

„ ends „ [repetition 

„ is mutilated and we are (I am) waiting 
„ „ not dear, repeat 
„ „ uninielligiblt 
„ „ private and confidential 
„ sent to wrong address 
„ still unintelligible after repeating 
„ to [telegram ( — ) should be) 

the ( — ) word (address not counted) in our (my)J 
their (his, her) telegram of 
there Is a mistake In our (Diy) telegram of (— ), (— ) should be 
„ ., ,, „ („) „ (—), read (—) Instead of 
tt ti » your telegram (of) 
„ no „ our (my) telegram (of) 
this is a duplicate telegram 
„ telegram is for 
11 it it from 
„ H „ not to be transmitted to 
,, „ „ sent at the request of 

we (I) confirm our (my) last telegram 
„ („) „ („ ) telegram (of) 

„ (,,) have not received your telegram (of) 
»» G») it received your telegram (of) 
11 (11) repeat our (my) last telegram 
.. (..) ,, ( ,, ) telegram (of) 

we (1) withdraw our (my) telegram of (— ) and substitute the following 
what teltgram do you mean 
why do you not reply to our (my) telegram (of) 
word after (— ) In your telegram Is unintelligible, repeat 
word(s) after (— ) In yonr telegram Is unintelligibly repeat 
„ in telegram should be 

„ „ your telegram appears to have been omitted 
„ omitted from our (my) telegram is (are) 
» you ask about In telegram Is (are) the clpher(s) meaning 
you hate not acknowledged receipt of our (my) last telegram 
„ will get explanation of telegram by mail (of) 
your first telegram (of) 
„ last „ to us (me) was dated 
„ second „ (of) 
.. third „ („) 

telegraph(si 

ask them (him, her) to. telegraph us (me) fli) 

ti (• h ) n it (11) If they (he, she, 

( » ) .. ,,(.,)„ we (I) 

Telegraph (s) — con t. 



Teddu— Teuck 188 

Telegraphfs) — conl. 
ask them (him, her) to telegraph us (me) if you 
by telegraph 

have been requested by ( — ) to telegraph you as follows 
have been requested by (— ) to ask yon to telegraph to them (Mm) as it 
hope to telegraph you definitely on 
if anything further happens will telegraph 
not so, telegraph 
so, do not telegraph 

you cannot do this, telegraph immediately 
„ do not telegraph immediately 
„ telegraph immediately 
keep us (me) well posted by telegraph 
London telegraphs as follows 
shall telegraph you 

„ we (I) telegraph 
telegraph again if important 
„ as soon as 
„ „ possible 

„ earlier 
., early 

„ following exact words 
» rally 
n how 
1, ,, much 

if (to) 
„ „ not (to) 
it 11 there 

they (he, she, it) 



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temad 

temef 

temig 

temjy 

temle 

temno 

temoh 

temuj 

temyk 

tenaf 

teneg 

tenih 

tenoj 

tenry 

tensa 

tente 

tenuk 

tenvi 

tenxo 

tenyl 

tenzu 

teols 

teonf 

teord 

teosp 

teoxt 

tepag 

tepby 

tepca 

tepde 

tepeh 

tepfi 

tepgo 

tephu 

tepij 

tepok 

tepul 

tepym 

terah 

terik 

terja 

terke 

termo 

ternu 

terol 

terpy 

terura 

teryn 

tesaj 

tesek 

tesil 

tesom 

tesra 

tesse 

testi 

tesun 

tesvo 

teswu 

tesyp 

teszy 

tetak 

tetba 

tetce 

tetdi 

tetel 

tetfo 

tetgu 

tethy 

tetim 

teton 

tetup 

teubs 
teuck 



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„ any case 

„ cypher 

,, English 

„ sense of following words 

„ Arbitrage Code, Edition A 

n 11 11 11 ** 

11 11 11 11 *■* 

„ Broomhall's Cipher Code 

„ Imperial Combination Code 

,, Standard Shipping Code 

,, Supplement to the Standard Shipping 

less frequently [Code 

more „ Telegraph(s)—coni. 



196 Teugd- Timpe 

V — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code leord of io UtUn, 



telegraph only if Telegraph(s) — cont. 

„ progress (of) 

„ quickly 

u „ as others treating for the business 

„ the foregoing to 

„ their (his, her, its) 

„ them (him, her) 

„ this to 

„ through 

M us (me) 

„ „ ( „ ) and we (I) will 

n ii ( „ ) what you do 

n » ( .» ) when 

„ what 

m is 

i, they are (he, she is) to do 
,, H we are (I am) to do 

ii H you are doing 

ii M ii have 

•i ii H ii done 

,i when 

n „ they (he, she, it) 

•i ii we (I) 

it n you 

N where 

„ why 

ii you 

will telegraph again 

ii i> later 

telegraphed (to) 

at the" request of (— ) have telegraphed as follows to 
have you telegraphed as arranged 
telegraphed at once 
„ previous to 

•i ii ii receipt of 

telegraph cable 
telegraphic (ally) 
telegraphic address of 
what is the telegraphic address of 
telegraphio transfer(s) (T. T.) 
by telegraphic transfer 
telegraphic transfer required 

ii I, not required 

telegraphing (to) 
telephone(s) (d) (ing) (to) 
tell(s) (ing) (ingly) See also Inform 

but do not tell 
,, tell(s) 
can you tell (whether) 
cannot tell (whether) 
tell(s) a (an) 

„ that (those) 

ii the 

„ them (him, her, it) 

„ this (these) 

„ us (me) 

•• you 
teller(s) 

telluride Su also Gold 

teilurium 
temper (ed) (ing) 
temperate (ly) 
temperature(s) 

tempest(s) See Storm 

tempestuous See Stormy 

temporary (ily) 
only temporary 
provided ( — ) is temporary 
think this will only be temporary 
temporise(s) (d) (ing) 
tempt(s) (ed) (ing) (ingly) 
not tempting enough 
temptation(s) 
tenable 

„ at pleasure 



tibev 

tibix 

tibjy 

tibka 

tible 

tibmi 

tibno 

tibpu 

ticav 

ticex 

ticry 

ticsa 

ticte 

ticvi 

ticwo 

ticyd 

tiara 

tidax 

tidby 

tidca 

tidde 

tidgo 

tidhu 

tidyf 

tiegn 

tiehs 

tielf 

tiemd 

tifja 

tifke 

tifli 

tifmo 

tifnu 

tifoy 

Mfyg 

tigrat 

tigse 

tigti 

tigvo 

tigwu 

tigyh 

tigxy 

tihba 

tihce 

tihdi 

tihfo 

tihgu 

tinny 

tihyj 

tijki 

tijlo 

tijmu 

tijny 

tijpa 

tijyk 

tikre 

tiksi 

tikto 

tikvu 

tikwy 

ukyl 

tikza 

tilbe 

tilci 

tiido 

tlifu 

HIS 

tilym 

timji 

timko 

timlu 

timmy 

timna 

timpe 



It has no meaning. Set Preface 

tenacious 

tenancy 

sub-tenancy 

tenant(s) 

sub-tenant(s) 

tenantable 

(in) fair tenantable repair 

tend(s) (ed) (ing) (to) 

tendency (of) 

„ active 
dull 

„ firm 

h flat 

n quiet 

M steady 

* strong 

M undecided 

„ unsettled 

„ weak 
there is a tendency to 
ii ** ii ii 
what is the „ (of) 
with a falling tendency 

„ rising „ 
tender(s) (of) 
call for tenders 
highest tender(s) 
legal „ 

lowest ii 
no tender(s) 

not bound to accept the highest or any tender 
ii ii >i ii lowest M ii 

„ legal tender 
tender(s) exceed(s) estimate 
„ for 
„ too high 
ii ii low 

their (his) tender(a) 
when have tenders to be sent in 
tendered (for) 
amount tendered (by) 
any amount tendered (by) 
has been tendered 
„ „ „ in full discharge 

not tendered 
tendered at 
tendering (for) 
not tendering (for) 
who is tendering for 

tenor See also Purport, Sense 

according to the tenor of 
what is the tenor of 
tension(s) 
tentative (ly) 
tenth 
tenure (of) 
term(s) (of) 

accept on following terms 
,. terms, cable when secured in writing 
n the terms named 
according to the terms 
advantageous terms 

advise yon to wait, yon vlll get tetter terms later on (froa) 
agree to the terms 
are the terms favourable 
„ „ satisfactory 

as we (I) do not know the terms 
ask better terms 
based on these terms 
be on terms with 
best terms (are) 
better „ 
urnntt accept the terms 

„ improve terms 
close on best possible terms Tertn(s) — cont 



Timyn— Tojhy 



m 



come to terms Term(s)— cont. 

do not accept the terms 
endeavour to obtain better terms 
extend the term 
extension of „ 
favourable terms 
following „ 
highest „ 

if on better terms (than) 
„ „ same or better terms (than) 
N n ii terms (as) 
„ our (my) terms are unobtainable 
„ terms are acceptable 
•i ii ,| accepted 
m m m ii telegraph at once 
m ii m *o* accepted 
>i i* ii ii ,, telegraph at once 

ii ii ii unacceptable 
,i i, asked by ( — ) are reasonable 
•• ii ii ( — ) H unreasonable 

„ „ unobtainable, make best offer 
„ we (I) accept their (his, her) terms will they (he) 
i, yon consider terms asked by 
»» ( — ) agrees to treat on terms of 
in terms of 
keep terms secret 
low „ 
lowest terms 
make best terms possible 
must have better terms 
net terms 
no terms 

not according to the terms 
offered better terms 
(on) equal terms 
( ,, ) mutual „ 

on equal terms would give you the business 
„ following terms 
n last terms 
* *>. » 

„ satisfactory terms being arranged 
„ terms of our (my) letter No. (— ) (or (— ) date) 
h it n ii ( ti ) telegram (of ( — ) date) 
„ „ „ your letter No. (— ) (or (— ) date) 
» N „ „ telegram (of (— ) date) 
„ „ proposed 
(on) the same terms (as) 
( „ ) these terms 
( „ ) usual N 
( „ ) what „ 

°n h n may we (I) 
n * m would they (he, she, it) 
n n n m VOU 

or on better terms 
other terms 
our (my) terms 
reciprocal terms 

special terms [terms (or on the following terms) \ 
strongly recommend you to deal with (— ) on these) 
subject to the usnal terms 
telegraph if terms suit 
term too long 
„ short 
terms and conditions 

n are too 

„ asked by 

„ cash 

n net accepted 

M m mentioned 

H of letter (No. (— ) or (— ) date) 

ii „ telegram (( — ) date) 

n similar to those of 

n to be fixed 

n n our (my) satisfaction 

» I. their (his, her) satisfaction Term{s)— cont. 



tobcy 

tobda 

tobfe 

tobgi 

tobho 

tobik 

tobol 

tobyn 

tocaj 

tocek 

tocil 

tocju 

tocky 

tocla 

tocme 

tocni 

tocom 

tocpo 

tocyp 

todak 

todel 

todru 

todsy 

todta 

todve 

todwi 

todyr 

todzo 

toedt 

toelb 

toeps 

toerm 

tofal 

tofca 

tofde 

tofem 

toffi 

tofgo 

tofbn 

tofys 

togam 

togen 

togip 

togjy 

togka 

togle 

togmi 

togno 

togor 

togpu 

togyt 

toban 

tohep 

tohir 

tohos 

tohry 

toiisa 

tohte 

tohvi 

tohxo 

tohyv 

tohxu 

toign 

toihs 

toilf 

toimd 

tojap 

tojba 

tojee 

tojdi 

tojer 

tojfo 

tojgu 

tojhy 



terms to your satisfaction Teriii(s) — cont. 

ii will not suit 

n ii suit 
their (his, her) terms 
these terms are the same as 

» i> „ others are working on 

unless terms are come to 

„ you expect better terms 
unusual terms 

we (I) recommend modifying the terms 
what are the most favourable terms on which 

n H terms 

nii,, and conditions 

m w » proposed 

ii H usual terms 
whichever offers most advantageous terms 
willing to treat on terms of 

>i ii ii stated in 

write us (me) terms ( — ) wants 
your terms 

terminable 

terminal station(s) 

terminate(s) (d) (ing) See also Cease 

to be terminated by (— ) notice from either party 

termination 

on the termination of 

terrace(s) 

terrible (y) 

terrific 

terrify (leg) (ied) (ing) See Frighten, Intimidate 

territory (ies) 

terror (ism) 

tertiary formation 

test(s) (ed) (ing) Su also Mii; 

accurate test 

repeat the test 

repeated the test 

n H i, with same result 

tests proceeding 
what is the result of the test 
will telegraph report as soon as tests completed 
carefully tested 
testator(s) (trix) 
testify (ies) ued) (Lug) 
testimonial(s) 
testimony 
text(s) 
textile(s) 
texture 
than (to) 
than a (an) 

„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 

„ at 

„ either 

M for 

n from 

n if 

ii «n 

» on 

„ our(8) (my, mine) 

ii some 

„ that (those) 

» the 

„ their(s) (his, hers, its) 

„ them (him, her) 

„ they (he, she, it) 

„ this (these) 

„ us (me) 

„ we (I) 

i, what 

., which 

M whom 

„ whose 

„ with 

m without Than— cont. 



198 



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than you Than — cont. 


tosyh 


that your(s) 


That — com. 


., your(s) 
thank(s) (ed) (ing) 


totac 


this that 




toted 


those „ 




not to thank 


totif 


to that 




thank(s) you 


totog 


the 




they (he, she) thank(s) 


totri 


not the 




to thank 


totso 


of the 




we (I) thank 


tottu 


to „ 




ii (.,) .. them (him, her) 


totuh 


their(s) 




ii (..) » you 


totvy 


for their(s) 




with thanks 


totwa 


not „ 




thankful (ly) 


totyj 


of ,i 




thankless (ly) (ness) 


totze 


to „ 




that 


touhr 


them 




not that 


toukt 


for them 




now that 


tounz 


not for them 




of that 


tovad 


of them 




on „ 


tovcu 


them and 




such that 


tovdy 


„ not (to) 




that a (an) 


tovef 


II to 




„ after 


tovfa 


to them 




„ also 


tovge 


themselves 




„ although 


tovhi 


they themselves 




„ and 


tovig 


then 




„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 


tovoh 


by then 




,, apart from 


tovuj 


for „ 




ii as 


tovyk 


if i, 




„ „ soon as 


towjo 


„ not then 




>i at 


towly 


not then 




„ because 


towuk 


or „ 




„ before 


toxaf 


they (he, she, it) then 




n by 


toxeg 


we (I) then 




„ during 


toxih 


you then 




„ either 


toxku 


thence 




ii for 


toxma 


thenceforth 




„ from 


toxne 


there 




„ however 


toxoj 


if not there 




.. if 


toxpt 


„ there 




ii »n 


toxyl 


not there 




„ instead of 


toych 


now „ 




„ moreover 


toyls 


or „ 




„ neither 


toynf 


to „ 




„ nevertheless 


toyrd 


thereabouts 




ii no 


toysp 


or thereabouts 




ii not 


toyxt 


thereby 




„ notwithstanding 


tozag 


therefore 




ii of 


tozeh 


such therefore 




ii on 


tozij 


therein 




»i or 


tozok 


thereof 




„ our(s) (my, mine) 


tozro 


thereto 




„ owing to 


tozsu 


thereupon 




„ since 


tozty 


therewith 




,, some 


tozul 


these 


See also This, Thos 


„ still 


tozva 


not these 




„ that (those) 


tozwe 


of these 




i> the 


tozyna 


on „ (this, those) 




„ their(s) (his, her(s), its) 


tozzi 


these (this) (those) they (he, 


she, it) 


„ they (he, she, it) 


traar 


., ( „ ) ( ,, ) we (I) 




„ this (these) 


traes 


n ( .1 ) ( i. ) you 




„ through 


traov 


„ (those) who 




II to 


traux 


to these 




„ unless 


trayz 


they 




„ until 


treab 


for they 




it we (I) 


treec 


not „ 




„ what 


treid 


they not to 




„ when 


treof 


ii to 




,, whenever 


treug 


thick (en) (ening) 




„ where 


treyh 


thickness (of) 




„ which 


triaj 


average thickness 




„ whilst 


triek 


what is the thickness (of) 




„ whose 


triom 


thief (ves) 




„ with 


— 


thieve (ing) 


See Stec 


„ without 


troas 


thin ay) 




>i y et 


troet 


thing(s) 




,, you That — cont. 


troiv 


all things being equal 


Thing® — cont 



Troox— Tusje 






See also Consider 



few things Thing(s)— cont. 

(of) many things 
the same thing 
these things 
chose „ 

with one thing or another 
think(s) (ing) (that) 
are they (is he, she) to think 
„ we (am I) to think 
as you think best 
but think 

do as you think best 
„ not think (that) 
„ „ it possible (to) 

„ „ „ probable (that) 

„ „ they (he, she, it) 

.1 n we (I) 

„ i, well of 

.» » you 

„ they (does he, she) think (that) 
„ you think (that) 
„ „ it possible (to) 

„ „ „ probable (that) 

„ „ that they (he, she, it) 

>• >, we (I) 

•• h „ you 
,, „ they (he, she, it) might 

„ „ we (I) might 

„ „ you might 

if they do (he, she does) not think (that) 
,, „ have (he, she has) no reason to think that 
,, „ „ ( „ „ ) reason to think that 
„ „ (he, she) think(s) (that) 
„ we (I) do not think (that) 
„ „ („) think (that) 
„ you do not think (that) 
„ „ have no reason to think that 
„ „ „ reason to think that 
,, ,, think (that) 
inclined to think (that) 

„ „ „ while leaving matters to you that 
no one thinks that 
should not think (that) 

„ think (that) 
some „ that 

they do (he, she does) not think (that) 
„ have (he, she has) no reason to think that 
,, „ ( „ „ ) reason to think that 
„ (he, she) did not think (that) 
„ („ „ ) think(s) (that) 
think ill of it 

„ it can (may) be 

„ „ cannot (may not) b* 

„ „ has 

,. m » not 

„ •• is 

•i ii i» not 

„ „ might (be) 

„ „ „ not (be) 

„ „ must (be) 

„ „ „ not (be) 

„ „ possible (to) 

,, „ not probable (that) 

„ „ probable (that) 

„ „ should (be) 

„ „ „ not (be) 

„ „ will (be) 

„ „ „ not (be) 

„ „ would (be) 

„ „ „ not (be) 

„ little of 

„ much „ 

„ our(s) (my, mine) 

„ otherwise 

„ perhaps Think(s) (ing)—co;.t. 



tujfi 

tujhu 

tujir 

tuj'os 

tujut 

tukap 

tuker 

tukis 

tukjy 

tukka 

tuk!e 

tukmi 

tukot 

tukpu 

tukuv 

tukyx 

tular 

tules 

tulit 

tulov 

tulry 

tulsa 

tulte 

tulux 

tulvi 

tulzu 

tumas 

tumba 

tumce 

tumdi 

tumet 

tumgu 

tumhy 

tumiv 

tumoz 

tumuz 

tumyb 

tunev 

tunix 

tunja 

tunke 

tunli 

tunnu 

tunoz 

tunpy 

tunub 

tunyc 

tuogn 

tuohs 

tuolf 

tuomd 

tupav 

tupex 

tupiz 

tupob 

tupse 

tupti 

tupuc 

tupwu 

tupyd 

tupzy 

turax 

turbe 

turci 

turez 

turfu 

turgy 

turib 

turoc 

turud 

turyf 

tusaz 

tuseb 

tusic 

tusje 



Think(s) (ing) — cont. 



think that (those) (to) 

ii the 

„ their(s) (his, her(s), its) 

„ them (him) 

„ there 
„ „ has 
,. ,• ., not 



ii n ii, not 
„ „ will be 
ii ii ,i r.oi be 
„ they (he, she, it) 
ii ii ( » » ) should 
ii ii ( n ii ) ii not 
„ this (these) 
„ us (me) 
ii we (I) 

„ „ (,,) had better 
ii » Q ., not 
ii i> (») must 
.1 ii (») .. not 
„ „ G.) should 
» I. (..) .. not 
i, »» di) will (shall) 
i. ., (») i.(.,) not 
„ well of (it) 
„ will probably 
i> you 

„ „ had better 
ii ii ii i) not 
„ „ should 
i. ii i> not 
„ your(s) 
„ (s) (ing) about 
to think (that) 
unless you think otherwise 
we (I) did not think (that) 
,f (») do „ „ ( „ ) 
„ („) have no reason to think that 
„ („) „ reason to think that 
„ („) think (that) 

what do they (does he, she) think (about) 
„ ., ( ., ,, ) .. we (I) might 
,, ,, ( i> ., ) .. you might 
„ you think (about) 
„ „ „ they (he, she, it) might 
„ ,, ., we (I) might 

„ „ „ you might 

when do they (does he, she) think they (he, she, it) can 
„ you think we can 
ii ii ii you H 
you do not think (that) 

„ think (that) 
th inn er (than) 
thinnest 
(the) third(s) 
a third each 
this 
not this 
of this 
to „ 
thither 
thorough (ly) 
those 
not those 
of those 
to „ 
though 
thought(s) (to) 
be not thought 
„ thought 
have not thought 

„ thought 
if not thought advisable (to) 
„ they (he, she) thought (that) 



See also The^e, Those 



See also These, This 



See also Although 



Thoughts) — cont. 



200 



Tuski— Tygpy 



ABABT — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code 



if thought advisable (to) 


Thought(s)— conl. 


twoev 


„ we (I) thought (that) 




twoix 


„ you thought (that) 




— 


it it ttot „ ( „ ) 




twooz 


„ thought (that) 




twour 


second thoughts 




twoys 


that is thought 




twuad 


they (he, she) thought (that) 




twuef 


,.(,,) h that they 


were (he, she was) 


tvvuig 


this is thought 




twuoh 


thought it 




twuub 


„ „ advisable not to 




twuyc 


M » II tO 




twyal 


„ „ desirable „ 




twyem 


M „not desirable to 




twyin 


„ our(s) (my, mine) 




twyop 


„ perhaps 




twyuj 


„ that (those) 




tyahr 


n the 




tyakt 


„ tbeir(s) (his, her(s), its) 




tyanz 


„ them (him) 




tyat8 


K there 




tybaj 


n they (he, she, it) 




tybby 


„ this (these) 




tybca 


h tobe 




tybde 


„ us (me) 




tybek 


» we (I) 




tybfi 


m you 




tybgo 


,, your(s) 




tybhu 


we (I) thought (that) 




tybil 


who thought (that) 




tybun 


you „ ( „ ) 




tybyp 


thoughtful ay) 




tycak 


thoughtless (ly) (ness) 




tycel 


threat(s) (eningly) 




tycjy 


threaten (ing) (to) 




tycno 


thrice 




tycup 


thriftless (ness) 


See Improvident 


tycyr 


through 




tydal 


if not through 




tydem 


„ through 




tydin 


not through 




tydry 


or „ 




tydsa 


through a (an) 




tydte 


„ our(s) (my, mine) 




tydur 


„ that (those) 




tydvi 


the 




tydwo 


„ their(s) (his, hers, its) 




tydys 


„ them (him, her, it) 




tydxu 


„ this (these) 




tyech 


„ us (me) 




tyels 


M which 




tyenf 


„ whom 




tyerd 


„ you 




tyesp 


„ your(s) 




tyext. 


throughout 




tyfam 


throw(s) (n) (ing) (in) 




tyfba 


throw(s) (n) (ing) away 




tyfce 


thrust(s) (ing) 




tyfdi 


Thursday 




tyfen 


every Thursday 




tyffo 


on „ 




tyfgu 


thus 




tyfhy 


and thus 




tyfip 


but „ 




tyfus 


if ,. 




tyfyt 


„ not thus 




tygan 


not thus 




tygep 


or „ 




tygir 


thwart(s) (ed) (ing) 




tygja 


tickal(s) 




tygke 


ticket(s) 




tygli 


ticklish 




tygmo 


tide(s) (ing) 




tygnu 


„ ( „ ) over 




tygpy 



word of 10 letters. It has no meaning. See Preface. 
tie(s) (d) (tying) 
tight (ly) (ness) 

till Ste Until 

timber(s) 

ample supply of timber for fuel and mining 
no suitable timber near 
timber costs 

water in abundance, timber scarce 
timbered 

„ down to ( — ) feet 

timbering 
requires timbering 
what will be the cost of timbering 
time(s) (d) (ing) (to) 
a few times 
another time 
approximate time 
asks for time to be extended 
at all times 
„ any future time 
„ „ one time 
(at) any time 
(„) „ „ after 
(») n t> before 
(.,) » it within 
at one „ 

(at) our (my) own time 
( „ ) some future time 
(„) „ time 
at the present time 
„ „ proper „ 
» n same „ 
„ „ time 

(at) their (his, her) own time 
at times 
„ what time 
(at) your own time 
before the time 
can (may) extend the time (until) 

„ time be extended 
cannot extend the time 
do not waste any time 
endeavour to get time extended 
every time 
extend „ 
(for) a short time 
for some time 
w •* past 

„ „ to come 

(for) the first time 
( H ) „ last „ 
( „ ) „ second time 
for the time being 
from time to time 
full * 
future « 
give m 
given „ 
if in „ 
„ not in tine 
in good „ 
,, time 

is there still time 
just in time 
little time 
long „ 

» ago 
lose no time 
many times 
more time required 
next n 

„ „ is to be lost 

not for some time 
H in time Time(s) (d) (ing) — conl. 



Tygu* Tyxme 



SOI 



present time 
short time 



Time(s) (d) (ing)— cont. 



N It &g<> 

some time or other 
take(s) some time 
that time 
the „ being 
there is no time (to) 

,, „ still time (to) 
this time 
time asked for 

„ extended (until) 

h for 

„ has expired 

n „ nearly expired 

„ indicated (by) 

„ „ or longer 

m m n shorter 

„ noi later than 

„ „ sooner than 

* required 
» that 

* to be 
to save time 
unreasonable time 
unusual time 

up to this time 

usual time 

was it in time 

what is the latest (longest) time that can be given 

H time 
when „ 

„ „ permits 
which time 
while it is time 
within a reasonable time 

„ the time 
without loss of time 
timid (ly) (ity) 

tin See oho Returns 

black tin 
stream tin 
tin and arsenic sold 
„ ore 

„ shipment(s) 
tip(s) (ped) (ping) 
tire(s) (d) (ing) (of) (some) (soniely) 
tissue 
tithe(s) 
title(s) (d) (to) 
abstract of title 
indisputable title 
inquire into title 
made inquiry into title 
make due inquiry into title 
making due „ „ 

obtain title deeds 
quite satisfied with title 
register title 
registered title 
title deed(s) 



„ „ in order 

M „ mot in order 

„ transferred 
titles must be protected 
transfer of title 
unencumbered title 

to 

not to 
still to 
to a (an) 
to-day 
and to-day 
not „ 



To-day — cont. 



tyonx 
tyops 
typaz 
typeb 

typic 
typod 
typso 
typtu 
typuf 
typvy 
typwa 

typyg 
typxe 
tyrab 
tyrbo 
tyrco 

tyrdy 
tyrec 
tyrfe 

8S 

tyrof 

tyrug 

ryryh 

tysac 

tysed 

tysif 

tysjo 

tysku 

tyaly 

tysma 

tysne 

tysog 

tyspi 

tysuh 

tysyj 

tytad 

tytef 

tytig 

tytob 

tytro 

tytsn 

tytty 

tytuj 

tytra 

tytwe 

tytyk 

tytzi 

tyugn 

tyuhs 

tyulf 

tyumd 

tyvaf 



tyvcy 

tyvda 

tyveg 

tyvfe 

tyrei 

tyvho 

tyvih 

tyroj 

tyvuk 

tyvyl 

tywok 

tyxag 

tyxeh 

tyxij 

tyxju 

tyxky 

tyxla 

tyxme 



or to-day 

up to and including to-day 

together (with) 

together or separately 

toil(s) (ed) (ing) 

tola(s) (of) 

told 

be told that 

been told 

not been told 

„ told 

they are (he, she, it is) told (that) 
we are (I am) not told 

„ „ ( „ ) told (that) (by) 
you „ told (that) 
tolerable (y) 
tolerance 
tolerates) (d) (Ing) 
toll 
to-morrow 
and to-morrow 
nti to-morrow 
or „ 

up to and including to-morrow 
ton(s) 

approximate number of tons is 
(at) per ton 
(at per) ton(s) of 2,000 lbs. 

( H ) M ft 2,24° .f 

(»)»•* 1.000 kilos 

( N ) m m 31 CWtS. 

( m ) n tt 50 cubic feet 

\ M ) ft ft 4" »» tt 

declare ( — ) per ton 
equal to ( — ) cents per ton 

tt (— ) per ton 
estimated at ( — ) tons 
how many tons 
metric ton(s) 
showing ( — ) per ton 
ton(s) per fathom 
tone 
to-night 
tonnage 
actual tonnage 
increase tonnage 
reduce ,, 
what is the gross tonnage 
„ m net M 

„ total „ 
too 

not too 

top(s) (ped) (ping) 

flat top 

topaz (es) 

torment(s) (ed) (ing) 

torn 

torrent(s) (ial) 

total(s) Gy) 

making a total of 

total against them (him, her) (is) 

„ » us (me) (is) 

„ w you (is) 

M in our (my) favour (is) 

n m their (his, her) favour (is) 

m m yow feivoor (is) 

n « 

» (-)feet 
what is the total 
touch (es) (ed) (ing) 
tough (ly) (ish) (ness) 
towards 
till towards 
towards a (an) 

_ one another 



To-day — cont. 



See Labour 
See aho Informed 



See Abide, Allow, Permit 



5m also page tag 



[Worn 1 

See Persecute, Trouble,/ 

S«Tear 



Towards — cont. 



203 



Tyxni — Ubwyh 



ubjop 



abjur 



towards our(s) (my, mine) Towards — cont. 

„ that (those) 

„ the 

„ their(s) (his, hers, its) 

„ them (him, her, it) 

„ this (these) 

„ as (me) 

„ you 

„ your(s) 
tower(s) (ed) (tag) 
town(s) (ship) 
Townsville 
trace(s) (d) (ing(s)) 
a trace of 
only traces (of) 
showing traces of 
has been traced for ( — ) milet 
„ n »» to 
tracings of the plans 

,, „ „ and sections 

traceable 
traction 
tractyte 
irade(s) (d) (log) 
export trade 
import „ 
to trade 
trade-mark(s) 
trader(s) 
trades-union(s) 
trades-unionist(s) 
traffic 

traffic returns 
traffic returns for the 
what are the traffic returns for 
train(s) (ed) (ing) 
tramway(s) 
aerial tramway 
tramway(s) ( — ) miles long 
wire rope tramway 
tranquil (lity) 
tranquillise(s) (d) (ing) 
transact(s) (ed) (ing) 
transaction(s) (in) 
cancel the transaction 
cannot cancel the transaction 
close all transactions with 
exceptional transaction (s) 
large transaction(s) 
no transactions 
profitable transaction^) 
unprofitable „ 
transatlantic 
transfer(s) (to) 
blank transfer 

„ „ to be attached 
by transfer 

can only accept the transfer (with) (if) 
cannot accept the transfer (unless) 
certified transfer(s) 
Colonial „ 
get the transfer executed 
has transfer and registration been completed 
if „ „ „ have been completed 

„ „ „ „ ,, not been made 

in exchange for unregistered transfer In blank which must be held in 
is transfer effected [escrow until completion 

London transfers) 
on receipt of certificate from warden (registrar) that 
transfer of the foregoing lease (claim) to ( — ) free 
of encumbrance has been registered 
on telegraphic advice from warden (registrar) that 
transfer of the foregoing lease (claim) to ( — ) free 
of encumbrance has been registered and that 
certificate has been forwarded Transfer® — cont. 



See Quiet 
See Calm, Pacify, Quiet 

See also Operation 



See also Lease, Property 



ubjys 

ubkam 

ubken 

ubkip 

ubkor 

ubkus 

ubkyt 

ublan 

ublep 

ublir 

ublos 

ublut 

ublyv 

ubmap 

ubmer 

ubmis 

ubmot 

ubmuv 

ubmyx 

ubnar 

ubnes 

ubnit 

ubnor 

ubnux 

ubnvx 

uboju 

aboky 

ubola 

u borne 

uboni 

ubopo 



ubpet 

ubpiv 

ubpox 

ubpuz 

ubpyb 

ubrat 

ubrev 

ubrix 

ubroz 

ubrub 

ubryc 

ubsav 

ubsex 

ubsix 

ubsob 

ubsuc 

ubsyd 

ubtax 

ubtez 

ubtib 

ubtoc 

ubtud 

ubtyf 

ubuta 

ubuve 

ubuxi 

ubuzo 

ubvaz 

ubveb 



ubvic 

ubvod 

ubvuf 

ubvyg 

ubwab 

ubwec 

ubwid 

ubwof 

ubwug 

ubwyh 



Transfer^) — cont. 
reeelTed warden's (registrar's) certificate that transfer free of encumbrance 
register transfer(s) [has been registered 

registered „ 
require Colonial transfer(s) 

„ London „ 
share transfer 

stop transfer and registration 
(the) transfer of the property (of) 
to whom are they (is he) to transfer 

„ „ we (am I) to transfer 
transfer(s) book(s) 
transfer and registration have not been made 

m „ „ will be completed on or 

„ ceuutot be registered [about 

„ „ „ owing to 

deed(t) 
effected 

„ fees 

„ from 

has been duly completed 

„ not in order 

„ of 

„ n leases 

m v n registered in the name of 

m „ shares 

„ tiie claims to 

m i» goods to 

„ „ shares „ 

„ to and ! twister in the name of [possible 

M ii ii »> i) ( — ) as soon as 

until transfer and registration have been completed 
I warden (registrar) telegraphs that transfer free of 
\ encumbrance has been registered 
when transfer and registration have been completed 

„ will transfer and registration be completed 
with the transfer 
without the transfer 
transferable (to) 
not transferable 
transferable only (by) 

transferred (to) See also Property 

has it been transferred 
„ the property been transferred (to) 
have (has) been transferred (to) 
„ ( „ ) ,i „ to them (him, her) 

,i ( i, ) .. .. i> us (me) 

„ not yet transferred 
„ the property transferred 
„ transferred (as requested) 
„ „ the property (to) 

„ you trantferred 
must be „ at once 

not transferred 

property has not been transferred (owing to) 
to be transferred 
transferred by 

„ from 

transferree(s) (of) 
give us (me) name(s) of transferree(s) 
is the transferree 
transferring (to) 
transferror(s) (of) 

transform(s) (ed) (ing) See Change 

transgress (es) (ed) (ing) See {<*%$& w-** 1 ^ 
transgression(s) See Infringement, Violation 

tranship(s) (ped) (ping) (to) 
transhipped per 
transhipment(s) 
for transhipment 
transit 
in transit 
transition (ally) 
translate(s) (d) (ing) (ion) 
transmission 
in transmission 



Ubybu— Udbya 



203 



transmit(s) (ted) (ting) See Forward 

transparent 

transpire(s) (d) (ing) 

transport(s) (ed) (ing) 

transpose(s) (d) (ing) 

transposition 

Transvaal 

for the Transvaal 

from the Transvaal 

in the Transvaal 

to „ „ 

Transvaal Government 

trap(s) (ped) (ping) 

travel(s) (led) (ling) 

traverse(s) (d) (ing) 

treacherous (ly) 

treachery 

treasure(s) 

treasurer(s) 

Colonial Treasurer 

treasury 

First Lord of the Treasury 

treat(s) See also Concentrates, Ore, Slimes, Tailings 

to treat ( — ) by the ( — ) process 

will treat full tonnage during this month 

treated 

can be cheaply treated 

cannot be cheaply treated 

tons treated 

treated by 

„ „ amalgamating and leaching plants 

„ since 
what quantity has been treated 
n n ww » during 



treating 

by the ( — ) method of treating 
„ this method of treating 
the new way of treating 
treatment 
further treatment 

what is the treatment complained of 
treaty (ies) 

in treaty with ( — ) (for) (to) 
not in treaty for 
with whom are yon in treaty 
treble 

tremble(s) (d) (ing) 
tremendous (ly) 
trenches 
opened by trenches 
trend(s) (ing) 
trespass (es) (ed) (ing) 
trespasser(s) 
trial(s) 
down for trial 
tribulation 
tribunal 
tributary 
tribute(s) (d) (Ing) 
being worked on tribute 
do not let on tribute 
have refused to let on tribute 
if let on tribute 
let on tribute 

HOI „ ^ ,, 

what is the tribute 

„ shall we ask on tribute 
tributor(s) 

determine tributors' contracts 
tributors are doing well 

„ „ not doing well 

„ have ceased work 
trick(s) (ed) (ery) 



last report 
See also Process 



See Distress, Trouble 



uclas 
uclet 
ucliv 
uclox 
ucluz 
uclyb 
ucmat 

ucmev 

ucmix 

ucmoz 

ucmyc 

ucnex 

ucnob 

ucnyd 

ucotu 

ucovy 

ucoxa 

ucoze 

ucpax 

acpez 

ucpib 

ucpoc 

ucpyf 

ucr&z 

ucreb 

ucric 

ucrod 

ucryg 

ucsab 

ucsec 

ucsid 

ucsof 

ucsyh 

ucted 

uctog 

uctyj 

ucubi 

ucuco 

ucudu 

ucufy 

ucuga 

ucuhe 

ucvad 

ucvef 

ucvig 

ucvoh 

ucvyk 

ucwaf 

ucweg 

ucwih 

ucwoj 

ucwuk 

ucwyl 

ucyji 

ucyko 

ucylu 

ucymy 

ucyna 

ucype 

uczag 

uczeh 

uczij 

uczok 

uczym 

udaru 

udasy 

udata 

udave 

udaxi 

udazo 

udbem 

udbop 

udbys 



tried See Try 

trifle (s) (d) (ing) (with) 

not to trifle with 

to trifle with 

trim(s) (med) (ming) 

tripartite 

triple 

(in) triplicate 

trite Su Common 

triumph(s) (ed) (ing) 

trivial 

tri-weekly 

trouble(s) (d) (ing) (about) 

cause(s) trouble (with) 

caused great trouble 

great trouble (with) 

if they have (he, she has) any trouble (with) 

„ we (I) have any trouble (with) 

,, you have any trouble (with) 

in trouble 

no „ 

there is trouble 

,, „ „ with ( — ) about 
to avoid trouble 
trouble is owing to 
what is the trouble 
troublesome 
troy-weight 
truce 
truck(s) 
true (ly) 
if it be true (that) 
is „ true (that) 
it is „ ( „ ) 
„ ,, not true (that) 
quite true (that) 
too „ 
true bill 
very true 
it is truly 

we are (I am) truly 
were (was) truly 

„ ( „ ) not truly 
yours truly 

trump(s) (ed) (ing) (up) 
trumpery 
trunk(s) 
trunk line 
trust(s) (ed) (ing) 
breach of trust 
in trust 

» for 
on trust 

they (he, she) trust(s) (that) 
we (I) trust (that) 
you trust (that) 
may be trusted 

should not be trusted in any case 
trust deed(s) [and reported to us (me) I 

do nothing until you have examined the trust deed] 
does trust deed provide for 

has the trust deed of ( — ) been signed [possible) 
send a copy of the trust deed of ( — ) as soon asj 
trustee(s) (ship) 
appointed trustee(s) 
as trustees (of) (for) 
debenture trustees 
name(s) of trustee(s) 

who has (have) been appointed trustee(s) 
trustworthy 

do you consider them (him, her) trustworthy 
if trustworthy 
not m 
quite „ 
truth(s) Trutk(s)-cont. 



&)* Udoam - Ufepu 



IY — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code word of 10 letters. It has no meaning. Sao Prefaoo. 


at the truth Truth(s) — cont. 


udpog 


tunnel is passing through Tunnel(s) — cont 
„ runs vertically through the formation 


cannot discover the truth 


udpuh 


do not doubt the truth 


udpyj 


what will be the cost of the tunnel 


doubt the truth of 


udrad 


„ „ „ length of the tunnel 


find out the truth of 


udrig 


tunnelled 


no truth in 


udroh 


tunnelling 


what is the truth (about) 


udruj 


turbine(s) 


truthful fly) (ness) 


udryk 


erecting turbine(s) 


try (lag) (tries) (tried) (to) See also Endeavour 


udsaf 


recommended a turbine being put down 


better try elsewhere 


udsih 


turbo-generator(s) 


do not try (to) 


udsoj 


Turkey (Turk(s)) (Turkish) 


if they (he, she) will try (to) 


udsuk 


for Turkey 


„ you will try (to) 


udsyl 


from „ 


let us (me) „ („) 


udtag 


in „ 


must not try (to) 


udtij 


to „ 


„ try (to) 


udtok 


Turkish Government 


„ „ elsewhere (to) 


udtul 


turn(s) (ed) (ing) (out) 


not to try (to) 


udtym 


by turns 


Bhall we (I) try (to) 


uduby 


in turn 


ii G.) » elsewhere (to) 


uduca 


it is generally considered the turn has come 


they (he, she) must try (to) 


udude 


turn(s) (ed) (ing) over 


to try (to) 


udufi ' 


turning point 


„ not (to) 


udugo 


turner(s) 


try hard to 


uduhu 


turquoise(s) 


„ how much 


udvah 


tutwork 


„ »w*(to) 


udvik 


tuyer(s) 


„ once more 


udvol 


twice 


„ to do better (than) 


udvum 


twin(s) 


„ „ „ without 


udvyn 


twist(s) (ed) (ing) 


„ „ induce them (him, her) (to) 


udwaj 


(in) two 


we (I) may try (to) 


— 


tying See Tie 


will they (he, she) try (to) 


udwek 


type(s) 


,, try (to) 


udwil 


type-writer(a) 


„ „ not (to) 


udwom 


typhoid 


„ you try („) 


udwun 


U 


you may „ („) 


udwyp 


ngly 


arc not trying (to) 


udyjy 


ullage (d) 


„ they (is he, she) trying (to) 


udyka 


ulterior (ly) 


„ you trying (to) 


udyle 


ultimate Qj) 


if they are (he, she is) not trying (to) 


udymi 


ultimatum 


•i n ii ( ii ii ) trying (to) 


udyno 


ultimo 


„ you „ not trying (to) 


udypu 


ultra vires 


„ „ „ trying (to) 


udzak 


decision is ultra vires 


no use trying 


udzim 


resolution is „ „ 


have not tried 


— 


umbrage See Displeasure, Offence 


„ they (has ha, she) tried 


udxon 


umpire(s) 


„ tried 


udzup 


name as umpire 


„ you tried 
tub(s) 


ndzyr 


Umtali 


ufaby 


unable (to) See also Able, Cannot 


tube(s) 


ufaca 


are they (is he, she) unable to 


lap-welded tubes 


ufade 


„ you unable to 


tubing 


ufafi 


quite unable at present to 


tubular 


ufago 


unable to do so because 


Tuesday 


ufahu 


we (I) regret we are (I am) unable (to) 


every Tuesday 


ufbap 


unacceptable (to) 


on „ 


ufber 


unaccommodating 


tug(s) (ged) (ging) 


ufbis 


unaccompanied (by) 


tumble(s) (d) (ing) 


ufbot 


unaccountable (for) (y) 


tun(s) (of) 


ufbuv 


unaccustomed (to) 


tungsten 


ufbyx 


unacknowledged (by) (ing) 


tungstio 


ufcar 


unadvisable (to) 


ii acid 


ufces 


it is very unadvisable to 


tunnel(s) 


ufcit 


unadvised (ly) 


by a tunnel 


ufcov 


unaffected (by) 


cost of tunnel 


ufcux 


unaided (by) 


end of the tunnel 


ufcyx 


unallotted 


tace ,, „ 


ufdas 


total unallotted 


have driven a tunnel 


ufdet 


unalterable (y) 


in the tunnel 


ufdiv 


unanimous (ly) 


reef can be worked by a tunnel 


ufdox 


if not unanimous 


stop the tunnel 


ufduz 


„ unanimous 


stopped the tunnel 


ufdyb 


not „ 


tunnel driven ( — ) feet, a total of ( — ) feet 


ufele 


unanswerable 


„ has cut the reef 


ufeno 


unanswered 


„ is carrying off the water Tunncl(s) — cont. 


ufepu 


unapplied (for) Unapplied — cont. 



Uffat— 


Uggyh 


it unapplied lot Unapplied— cont. 


__ 


{inappreciable 


ufsyp 


unappreciated (by) 


uftak 


unapproachable 


uftel 


unappropriate (d) 


uftim 


unascertained 


ufton 


unasked 


uftup 


unassayed 


uftyr 


unassisted (by) 


ufuja 


unassuming 


ufuke 


unattainable (by) 


ufuli 


unattested 


ufurao 


unattractive 


ufupy 


unauthentic (ated) 


ufval 


unauthorised (by) 


ufvem 


unavailable See Available 


ufvin 


unavailing 


ufvop 


unavoidable 


ufvur 


quite unavoidable 


ufvys 


unaware(s) (of) 


ufwam 


unbearable (y) 


ufwen 


quite unbearable 


ufwip 


unbought Ste Bought 


ufwor 


unbounded 


ufwus 


unbusinesslike 


nfwyt 


uncalled 


ufyra 


uncared (for) 


ufyse 


unceasing (ly) See Incessant 


ufyti 


uncertain (if) (ly) 


ufyvo 


continues uncertain 


ufyxu 


if not uncertain 


ufyzy 


it is too uncertain 


ufzan 


» very „ 


ufrep 


quite uncertain 


ufzir 


still 


ufzos 


uncertain about 


ufzut 


n of 


ufzyv 


„ what 


ugabi 


„ „ to do about 


ugaco 


„ when 


ugadu 


„ whether 


ugafy 


„ which 


ugaga 


very uncertain 


ugahe 


uncertainty (of) 


ugbat 


great uncertainty prevails 


ugbev 


on account of the great uncertainty 


ugbix 


what is the uncertainty 


ugboz 


unchangeable (y) 


ugbub 


unchanged (ing) 


ugbyc 


if unchanged 


ugcav 


uncharged (to) 


ugcex 


unchecked 


ugciz 


unclaimed (by) 


ugcob 


uncle(s) 


ugcuc 


uncomfortable (y) 


ugcyd 


uncommon (ly) 


ugdax 


uncompromised 


ugdez 


uncompromising 


ugdib 


unconcerned 


ugdoc 


unconclusive See Inconclusive 


ugdud 


unconditional (ly) 


ugdyf 


if nol unconditional 


ugemy 


„ unconditional 


ugepe 


is it „ 


ugfaz 


must be „ 


ugfeb 


„ not be unconditional 


ugfic 


only if unconditional 


ugfod 


unconfirmed (by) 


ugfuf 


unconnected (with) 


ugfyg 


unconscious (of) (ly) 


uggab 


unconstitutional 


uggec 


uncontested 




uncontradicted (by) 


uggof 


! uncontrollable (by) 




uncover(s) (ed) (ing) 


uggyh 



206 



undamaged St* Damage 

undated 

undecided 

still undecided 

undefended 

undeiinable 

undefined 

undeniable (y) 

under See also Below 

or under 

slightly under 

underbid(s) (by) 

undercharge(s) (d) (ing) 

undercurrent(s) 

undercut(s) (ting) 

underfoot 

undergo (es) (Ing) (undergone) 

underground 

underhand (ed) 

tmderlie(s) (ying) 

undermine(s) (d) (ing) 

underneath 

underpay(s) (underpaid) (ing) 

underrate(s) (d) (ing) 

undersell(s) (ing) (undersold) 

undersized 

understand(s) (ing) (that) 

are we (am I) to understand (that) 

as far as we (I) n 

cannot understand 

„ „ why they do (he, she does) 

M m n n n \ n n n ) n0 ' 

n <t » you „ 

mad 
n n n n n m " 

do you „ (that) 

must clearly understand (that) 

quite understand (that) 

should „ ( » ) 

they (he, she) did not understand (that) 

„ ( „ „ ) do(es) not „ ( „ ) 

„ ( „ „ ) understand(s) (that) 
understand unless 

„ „ otherwise stated 

„ until 

„ „ further notice 

we (I) did not understand (that) 

o (»») do „ „ ( „ > 

„ (,») understand (that) 
would „ ( „ ) 

you do not understand (that) 

„ must „ ( „ ) 

an understanding between 
come to an understanding if possible 
have come to an understanding (with) 

•i i» n "^ i» l »» / 

... no verbal understanding (with) 

„ you come to an understanding (with) 
in accordance with the understanding 
is there any understanding (with) (between) 
may yet reach an understanding 
mutual understanding 
no understanding 

not in accordance with the understanding 
on the understanding that 

„ this „ they (he, she) may 

m t» n we (I) may 

,i „ „ yon may 

the understanding is 

„ „ „ that they (he, she, it) 

tt n it ii we (I) 

n n i> » you 

there is an understanding (between) 

,, fK> .1, ( m ) 

this understanding 

verbal understanding Undentandis) (ing) — cent. 



Ugh&o- Uhide 



Understand^) (ing) — cont 
what is the understanding (with regard to) 
understate(s) (d) (ing) 
understood (that) 
been understood 

must be understood for the future (that) 
not been „ 

„ understood (that) 
that is understood 
they (he, she) understood (that) 
we (I) understood (that) 
were (was) not understood 
,, ( „ ) understood (to, 
which is not „ 
who understood 
you understood (that, 
undertake(s) (n) (to) 
undertaking(s) (to) 
do not give undertaking 
give undertaking 
given no undertaking 

„ undertaking 
in undertaking to 
obtain undertaking 
obtained undertaking 
to the undertaking 
undertook (to) 
undervalue(s) (d) (ing) 
underwrite(s) (ing) (at) 
=it what can you underwrite 
can arrange to underwrite S. & S. 
„ you arrange to underwrite S. & S. 
ofiered satisfactory terms to underwrite 
to underwrite 

what terms are offered to underwrite 
who will underwrite 
are underwriting their (the) shares at 
if there is a chance of underwriting 
»> »» >> no „ „ 

no chance of underwriting 
terms of underwriting are 

h t, „ not satisfactory 

■i „ „ satisfactory 

underwriting at 

what are the terms for underwriting 
underwriter(s) 
can the underwriter! 
do „ „ 

have* „ 

if » n 

inform the „ 

is (are) the underwriter^) 

let the underwriters 

no underwriters 

notice to the underwriters 

strong underwriters 

underwriters accept 

„ can 

„ cannot 

» do 

„ „ not 

„ repudiate 

„ will 

„ „ not 

unless the underwriters 
weak underwriters 
who are the underwriters 
underwritten (at) 

at what price are ( — ) shares being underwritten 
by whom is (was) it underwritten 
failed to have it underwritten 
fully underwritten 
have underwritten S. & S. 
on what terms have you underwritten 
succeeded in having it „ [written 

there is some trouble in getting ( — ) shares under- 

U nderwritten — cont. 



ugvuv 

ugvyx 

ugwar 

ugwes 

ugwit 

ngwov 

ugwux 

ugwyz 

ugyro 

ugysu 

ugyty 

ugyva 

ugyxe 

ugyzi 

ugzas 

ugzet 

ugziv 

ugzox 

ugzuz 

ugzyb 

uhajy 

uhaka 

uhale 

uhano 

uhapu 

uhbax 

uhbez 

uhbib 

uhboc 

uhbud 

uhbyf 

uhcaz 

uhceb 

uhcic 

uhcod 

uhcuf 

uhcyg 



uhdab 
uhdec 
uhdid 
uhdof 
uhdug 
uhdyh 
uhery 
uhesa 

uhete 

uhexo 

uhezu 

uhfac 

uhfed 

uhfif 

uhfog 



uhfuh 

uhfyj 

uhgad 

uhgef 

uhgig 

uhgoh 

uhguj 

uhgyk 

uhhaf 

uhheg 

uhhih 

uhhoj 

uhhuk 

uhhyl 

uhica 

uhidg. 



underwritten by Underwritten— cont. 

„ the whole of the capital 

„ (— ) per cent, of the capital 

undeserved (ly) 

undeserving 

undesirable (to) (ility) 

very undesirable 

would it be undesirable (to) 
„ notb* „ („) 

undeterenined 

undeviating 

undignified 

undischarged 

undisclosed 

undisputed 

undistinguishable 

undivided 

undo (es) (ing) (undone) 

undoubted (ly) 

as undoubtedly 

most undoubtedly 

must „ 

there is undoubtedly 

undue (ly) 

undulating 

unearned 

uneasy (ily) (iness) (about) 

are not uneasy about 
„ uneasy about 

no need to be uneasy about 

is causing uneasiness 

there is much uneasiness [uneasiness 

to what do you attribute the present feeling of 

unemployed 

unencumbered 

unending 

unendurable See Unbearable 

unenviable 

unequivocal (ly) See Clear, Direct, Plain 

unessential See Essential 

unexampled 

unexceptional (able) (ably) 

unexecuted 

unexhausted 

unexpected (ly) 

somewhat unexpected 

most unexpectedly 

unexpired 

unexplainable See Inexplicable 

unexplored 

unfailing (ly) 

unfair (ly) 

it is unfair 

not at all unfair 

unfavourable (y) (to) 

very unfavourable 

unfeasible See Impracticable 

unfettered See Unrestrained 

unfinished See Incomplete 

unfit(s) (ted) (for) (ting) 

if unfit 

unfixed 

unforeseen (ing) 

unless something unforeseen occurs 

unforgiven (unforgiving) 

unfortunate (ly) 

most unfortunate 

very „ 

unfounded 

entirely unfounded 

unfriendly (ness) 

unfulfilled 

ungrateful (ly) 

unguarded (ly) (ness) 

unhampered 



Uhifi 


-Ujlop 


unhappy (fly) (ness> 


uhwyc 


unharmed 


uhyba 


unhealthy (fly) 


uhyce 


unheard 


uhydi 


unheeded (ing) 


uhyfo 


unhesitating (ly) 


uhygu 


unhurt See Uninjured 


uhyhy 


uniform(s) (ly) (with) 


uhzav 


unify (ies) (ied) (ing) 


uhzex 


unimportant 


uhziz 


uninfluenced 


uhzob 


uninformed 


uhzuc 


uninjured 


uhzyd 


unintelligible (y) 


ujaje 


unintentional (ly) 


ujaki 


uninterested (ing) 


ujalo 


uninterrupted 


ujamu 


union(s) 


ujany 


non-union 


ujapa 


unique 


ujbab 


unit(s)' 


ujbid 


unit of plant 


ujbof 


ist unit of the plant 


ujbug 


and „ „ 


ujbyh 


3rd „ 


ujced 


nnite(s) (d) (ing) (with) (dly) 


ujcif 


United Kingdom, The See Great Britain 


ujcog 


United States, The 


ujcuh 


for the United States 


ujcyj 


from the „ ,, 


ujdad 


•D n h m 


ujdef 


to m „ „ 


ujdig 


the United States Government 


ujdoh 


universal (ly) 


ujduj 


unjust (ly) 


ujdyk 


unknowing (ly) 


ujere 


unknown Set Known 


ujesi 


unlawful (ly) 


ujeto 


unless 


ujexy 


not unless 


ujeza 


„ „ they (he, she, it) 


ujfaf 


„ „ we (I) 


ujfeg 


>• n yon 


ujfih 


unless a (an) 


ujfoj 


„ above 


ujfuk 


„ after 


— 


„ against 


ujfyl 


„ also 


"jgag 


„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 


ujgeh 


h at 


ujgij 


„ below 


ujgok 


„ by 


ujgul 


m either 


ujgym 


h for 


ujhah 


M from 


— 


M ID 


ujhik 


n oear 


ujhol 


H necessary 


ujhum 


n Of 


ujhyn 


„ on (upon) 


ujibe 


„ our(s) (my, mine) 


ujici 


„ owing to 


ujido 


„ since 


ujifn 


„ some 


ujigy 


M that (those) 


ujiha 


» the 


ujkak 


„ their<s) (his, her(s), its) 


ujkel 


„ there 


ujkim 


„ they (he, she, it) 


njkon 


N this (these) 


ujkup 


m to 


ujkyr 


„ we(D 


ujlal 


„ with 


ujlem 


„ within 


ujlin 


r withoot Unlta — cont 


ujlop 



unless yoo 

„ your(s) 
unlicensed 
unlike (ly) I 
not at all unlikely 
very unlikely 
unlikelihood 
unlimited 
unliquidated 
unload (ed) (ing) 
unmanageable 
unmanufactured 
unmarked 
unmeaning (ly) 
unmistakable (y) 
unmixed 
unmoved 
unnatural (ly) 
unnecessary (fly) (to) 
if unnecessary (to) 
is it unnecessary (to) 
it is considered unnecessary (to) 
„ unnecessary (to) 
quite „ ( „) 

unneighbourly 
unnoticed 
unnumbered 
unobjectionable 
unoccupied 
unofficial (ly) 
unopposed 
unorganised 
unparalleled 
unpardonable (y) 
unparliamentary 
unperformed 
unplaced 

unpleasant (ly) (ness) 
unpopular (ly) 
unprecedented 
unprejudiced 
unpremeditated 
unprepared 
unprincipled 
unproductive 
unprofitable (y) 
unpromising 
unprotected 
unproved 
unprovided (for) 
unprovoked 
unqualified 
unquestionable (y) 
unquestioned 
unreadable 
unreal 

unreasonable (y) (ness) 
do you think it unreasonable 
not unreasonable 
think it unreasonabk 
verv unreasontbU 
unrecorded 
unredeemed 
unregistered 
unreliable (ness) 
unremunerative 
unrepealed 
unrepresented 
unreserved fly) 
unrestrained 
unrestricted 
unrevoked 
unrivalled 
unsafe (to) 
if not unsafe (to) 



307 



U?»l3S3 — COrii 



See Profitable 



See Indecipherable 



Unsafe — cont. 



208 Ujlur— Ukmu 

1BABT — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code 



if unsafe (to) Unsafe — cont. 


ukavi 


very unsafe (to) 


ukaxo 


unsaleable See Saleable 


— 


unsatisfactory (iiy) 


ukara 


most unsatisfactory 


ukbaf 


unsatisfied 


ukbeg 


unscreened 


ukbih 


unscrupulous fly) 


ukboj 


unseasonable 


ukbuk 


unsecured 


ukbyl 


if unsecured 


ukcag 
ukcen 


unserviceable 


unsettle(s) (d) (in?) 


ukcij 


unskilful (ly) (ness) 


ukcok 


unskilled 


ukcul 


unsold 


ukcym 


if still unsold 


ukdah 


still unsold 


nkdik 


unsolicited 


nkdol 


unsorted 


ukdnm 


unsound (ness) 


ukdyn 
ukeby 


unsparing (ly) 


unspecified 


nkeca 


unstamped 


ukede 


unsteady (ily) 


ukefi 


unstratiiied 


ukego 


unsubstantial 


ukehu 


unsuccessful (ly) 


ukfaj 
ukfek 


unsuitable (to) 


if it is unsuitable (for) 


ukfil 


quite unsuitable (for) 


ukfom 


unsupportable See Insupportable 


ukfun 


unsupported 


ukfyp 


unsurrendered 


ukgak 


unsuspected (ing) 


ukgel 


unsuspioious (ly) 


ukgim 


untaxed 


ukgon 


untenable 


ukgup 


unthinking (ly) 


ukgyr 


until 


ukhal 


not until 


ukhem 


n »» after 


ukhin 


until a (an) 


ukhop 


„ about 


ukhur 


„ after 


akhys 


„ either 


nkijy 


„ on (upon) 


nkika 


„ our(s) (my, mine) 


ukile 


„ that (these) 


ukimi 


» the 


ukino 


M their(s) (his, her(s), its) 


akipu 


„ then 


ukjam 


w they (he, she, it) 


ukjen 


„ this (these) 


ukjip 


» we (I) 


ukjor 


„ when 


ukjus 


M you 


ukjyt 


„ your(s) 


okkaa 


untimely 


ukkep 


unto St* also To 


ukkir 


untouched 


ukkos 


untried 


ukknt 


untrue (ly) See True 


— 


untrustworthy St* Trustworthy 


ukkyv 


unused 


uklap 


unusual (for) (ly) 


ukler 


is it not unusual (to) 


uklis 


it is very „ („) 


uklot 


unwarrantable (y) 


nkluv 


unwarranted 


uklyx 


unwater(s) (ed) (ing) See also Water 


ukmar 


what will it cost to unwater 


ukmes 


will commence to unwater 


ukmit 


„ not „ „ „ until 


ukmov 


not yet unwatered completely 


akanut 


Unwat*r(s) (ed) (ing)— cent. 





word of 10 letters. It has no meaning. 8ee Preface. 

Unwater(e) (ed) (Ing)— cont. 
unwatered below ( — ) level 
commenced unwatering 

unwearied See Indefatigable 

unweighed 

unwilling (to) (ly) (ness) 
most unwilling to 
unwise (to) (ly) 
very mwite (to) 
unwitnessed 
unworthy (ily) 
up (to) 
not op 

„ „ to 
or up 
up a (an) 

„ too 

„ to and including 
upcast 
upheaval 

uphold(s) (Ing) (upheld) 
upkeep 

upon See also On 

upper 

uppermost 

upright (ly) 

uproar 

upset(s) (ting) 

upside 

„ down 
uptake 

upthrow(s) (n) (ing) 
upthrust(s) (ing) 
upward(s) (of) 
and upward (s) 
if not upward (s) 
„ upward(s) 
not 

urge(s) (d) (ing) 
continue to urge 
most strongly urge 
m m „ them (him, her) to 

* w »» us (me) to 

* w » yo» to 
mutt urge them (him, her) (to) 

„ „ you (to) 
urgency 
urgent (ly) 
if the case be urgent 
is matter urgent 
it is very „ 
not urgent 
unless urgent 
very urgent 
U8 

for ut 
mi tor m 
of us 
to „ 

»s not m 
„to 
usable 
usage 
usance 

uso(s) (d) (ing) (fai) 
for the use of 
if of no use 

» use 
in use 
is it of use 
made use of 
make „ » 
no use 
not in use 
of little use Uu(s) (d) (ing)— cont. 



Ate Custom 



Ukmya— Ulryh 



209 



Use(») (d) (ing)~<wrf. 






of mo use 

„ some as* 

» use 

what is the use of 

used by 

II tO 

useful (for) (ly) (ness) 

if «r>f useful 

„ useful 

not useful 

useful to 

useless (to) (ly) (ness) 

quite useless 

useless after 
» for 

user(s) 

usual (to) (ly) 

as usual 

do what is usual 

if not usual 

,, usual 

in the usual way 

is it „ 

not usual 

unless usual 

what is usual 

utilised) (d) (tag) (for) 

utmost (to) 

do utmost (to) 

doing our (my) utmost (to) 

done utmost (to) 

the utmost 

this is the utmost 

to the utmost 

what is the utmost which 

will do our (my) utmost (to) 

utter(s) (ed) (tag) (ly) 

V 

vacancy (ies) 

appoint ( — ) to fill vacancy 

vacant 

vacation(a) 

vacillated) (d) (tag) (ion) 

vacuum 

vague (ly) (ness) 

(is) very vague 

not vague 

too „ 

vain (ly) 

in vain 

not in vain 

valid (ity) 

if not valid 

„ valid 

not „ 

valley(s) 

valuable (to) 

not valuable 

very large and valuable 

„ valuable 
valuation(s) (of) 
about valuation 
above ,. 
at a „ 

below „ 
fair „ 

no „ 

obtain a „ 
our (my) „ 
professional valuation 
their (his, her) „ 
what is your valuation (of) 

„ „ their (his, her) valuation (of) 
your valuation 
value(s) (d) (tag) (at) 4) (ing) 



See Unoccupied 



-cont. 



ulcup 
ulcyr 
uldal 
uldem 
uldin 
uldop 
uldur 
uldys 
ulebi 
uledu 
ulega 
ulfam 
ulfen 
ulfip 
ulfor 
ulfus 
ulfyt 
ulgan 
ulgep 
ulgir 
ulgos 
ulgut 
ulgyv 
ulhap 
ulher 
ulhis 
ulhot 
ulhuv 
ulhyx 
nliji 
uliko 
ulilu 
uhmy 
ulina 
ulipe 
uljar 
uljes 
uljit 
uljov 
uljux 
uljys 
ill u 
ulket 
ulkiv 
ulkox 
ulkuz 
ulkyb 
ulla't 
ullev 
ullix 
ulloz 
ullub 
ullyc 

ulmav 

ulmex 

ulmiz 

ulmuc 

ulmyd 

ulnax 

ulnez 

uinib 

ulnud 

uloro 

uloty 

uloxe 

ulpaz 

ulpeb 

ulpic 

ulpyg 

ulrab 

ulrec 

uJrid 

ulrug 

ulryh 



above market value Value(8) (d) (Ing)—- tout. 

actual value 
at actual value 
„ an estimated value 
average value 
below market value 
but is improving in value 
cannot estimate value 
consider the value to be 
equivalent value 
estimated „ 
face value 
fallen off in value 
for value received 
full „ 
good „ 
if of no value 

„ value 
in value 
intrinsic value 
is it of any val 
market value 
nominal „ 
(of) great value 
(,,) little „ 
(,,)no „ 
present „ 
real „ 

some „ 

to calculate value 
tons, ( — ) ounces, value 
value in exchange 
•• « 

ii H gold (— ), silver 
... of 
„ per ton 
„ received 

„ to be determined (by) 
what is the actual value 
„ „ ., approximate value (of) 
„ estimated value (of) 
„ „ intrinsic „ („) 
„ „ „ nominal „ („) 
„ ,, „ present market value (of) 
„ „ „ value (of) 
which considerably detract(s) from the value (of) 

„ „ enhance(s) the value (of) 

by whom was it (were they) valued 
valued by 

when was it (were they) valued 
valueless 
valuer(s) 
valve(s) 

vanish (es) (ed) (ing) See Disappear 

varnish (es) (ed) (ing) 
variable (ility) 
variance 
at variance with 
variation(s) (of) 
if there be any variation 

•'. . *° •' 

no variation 

variety (ies) 
various (ly) 
vary (ies) (ied) (tag) 
does it (do they) vary 

„ not vary 
vary (ies) greatly 

„ („) slightly 
vast (ly) 
vat(s) 

vein(s) See also Reef 

veldt 
vendors) 

m from vendorfs) Vetidor(s) — cont. 



aio 



Uiaao— Uinvil 



from the vei.dor(s) 
if the vendor(s) will 



Vendor(8) — ami. 



not 



nominated by the vendor(s) 

on behalf of the vendor(s) 

the vendor(s) is (are) 

this will give vendor(s) 

to the vendor(s) 

upon what terms will vendor(s) accept 

vendor(s) can convey 

„ cannot convey 

„ have (has) option of 

„ promise(s) to convey 

„ receive (s) 

ii •• (— ) shares 

„ require(s) 

,, ;, in cash 

„ „ „ and shares 

„ „ „ ( — ) and ( — ) in shares 

ii it ii (— ) i. a sufficient sum to 

„ reserve(s) the right to nominate one Director 

ii ii •> ii ( — ) Directors 

„ stipulate(s) (for) (that) 
we receive as vendors 
who (is) are the vendor(s) 
will the vendor(s) accede to these terms 
„ vendor(s) agree to reduce cash consideration by 

| wil l .. ». 

( ( — ) by increasing shares to 

ventilate(s) (d) (ing) 

must be ventilated 

ventilation 

bad ventilation 

good „ 

in order to improve the ventilation 

ventilator(s) 

venture(s) (d) (ing) 

venturesome 

venue 

veracity 

verbal (ly) 

verbatim 

verdict(s) 

Vereeniging 

verge(s) (d) (ing) 

verification(s) (of) 

after verification (of) 

verification required 

verify (ies) (ied) (ing) 

version(s) (of) 

very 

and very 

but „ 

not „ 

or „ 

vessel(s) 

vest(s) (ed) (ing) (in) 

vestige(s) (of) 

veterinary 

veto 

absolute veto 

vetoed (vetoing) 

vex (ed) (ing) 

vexation 

vexatious (ly) 

via 

viaduct(s) 

vice 

vice versa 

Viceroy 

vicinity (of) 

in the vicinity of 

victim(s) (of) 

victimise(s) (d) (Ing) (by) 

Victoria 



See Accuracy, Truth 



See Approach, Approximate, 
[Incline 



See Trace 



Victoria — coni. 



umgtv 

umgox 

uinguz 

umgyb 

umhat 

umhev 

umhix 

umhoi 

umhub 

umhyc 

umiro 

uniisu 

umity 

umiva 

umixe 

umizi 

umjav 

umjex 

umjiz 

umjob 

umjuc 

umjyd 

umkax 

umkez 

umkib 

umkoc 

umkud 

umkyf 

umlaz 

umleb 

umlic 

umlod 



umluf 
ummab 



ummec 

ummid 

ummof 

ummyh 

umned 

umnif 

umnub 

umnyj 

umobu 

umocy 

umoda 

umogi 

umpef 

umpoh 

umpuj 

umpyk 

umrih 

umroj 

umruk 

umryl 

utnseh 

umsij 

umsok 

umsul 

umsyin 

umtik 

umtol 

umtum 

umtyn 

umuju 

umuky 

umula 

umume 

umupo 

umvek 

umvil 



Victoria-- c'^, 



fwe (1» 



See Carefulness, Watchfulness 
See Careful, Watchful 



hum Victoria 
in „ 

view(s) (ed) (ing) 
cannot meet your views 
do you take a favourable view 
favourable view(s) 

if in accordance with our (my) views 
,i „ „ their (his, her) views 

„ „ „ your views 

in accordance with our (my) views 

ii ii „ their (his, her) views 

i» » ii your views 

„ view of 

not in accordance with our (my) views 
M I, „ their (his, her) views 

.• » ,> your views 

our (my) view(s) (of the) 
point of view 
telegraph their (his, her) views 

„ your views 
their (his, her) view(s) (of the) 
we (I) take a favourable view 

»i Ci) ii ii less unfavourable view 

ii di) ii ti more favourable „ 

•> Gi) ii ii ii unfavourable n 

ii Ci) ii an unfavourable view 
what are their (his, her) views 

,, your views as to 
will it be in accordance with their (his, her) views (if 

ii ii m ii your views (if we (I)) 

with a view to 
your view(s) 
vigilance 
vigilant 
vigour 
vigourous (ly) 

vindicate(s) (d) (ing) See Defend, Justify, Support 
vindication Set- Defence, Justification, Support 
vindictive (ly) (ness) 
violate(a) (d) (ing) 
violation(s) (of) 
in violation of 
violence 
violent (ly) 
virtual (ly) 
virtue (s) 
by virtue of 

make a virtue of necessity 
virulent (ly) 
vis-a-vis to 
visible (y) 

visit(s) (from) (ed) (ing) 
have you lately visited 
was last visited 
intends visiting 
visitor(s) 
vital (ly) 

vitiate(s) (d) (ing) 
viva voce 

vivid (ly) (ness) [tion, Profession, Trade 

vocation(s) See Business, Employment, Occupa- 
vociferous (ly) 
void 
voidable 
volt(s) 
voltage 
high voltage 
low „ 

what is the voltage 
volume(s) 
voluminous (ly) 
voluntary (ily) 
volunteer(s) (ed) (ing) 
vote(s) (d) (ing) 
by ( — ) votes (to) Vote(s) (rf) (ing)— coni 



Urnvom— Upame 



211 



nmvom casting vote Vote(s) (d) (ing)— cont. 

umvun majority of votes 

nmvyp these votes (this vote) 

umwak voting paper(s) 

umwel voter(s) 

umwim vouch (es) (ed) (ing) (for) 

umwon voucher(s) (for) 

umwup require voucher(s) for 

umwyr send vouchcr(s) 

umyru voyage(s) 

umysy vulgar (ly) 

uinyta W 

umyve wage(s) 

umyxi are demanding more wago'- 

umyzo average rate of wages 

unaba „ wages of miners per day are 

unace „ „ natives ,, „ 

unadi „ ,, overseers „ „ 

unafo increase of wages 

unagu reduction of „ 

unahy to reduce the wages 

uncas wages to be raised 

uncet „ „ reduced 

unciv i what is the customary rate of wages 

uncox ! wagon(s) 

uncuz ; Waihi 

uncyb j wait(s) (ed) (ing) (for) 

undat | are they (is he, she, it) to wait (for) 

undev „ we (am I) to wait (for) 

undix „ you to wait (for) 

undoz cannot wait (for) 

undub j „ „ any longer (for) 

undyc ! „ „ longer (than) 

uneja ! do not „ (for) 

uneke how long can you wait (for) 

uneli j „ „ shall we (I) have to wait (for) 

unerno must wait (for) 

unenu ', „ „ until 

unepy unnecessary to wait (for) 

unfav wait until 

unfex I „ „ you hear 

unliz „ „ „ „ from us (me) 

unfob I waiting until 

unfuc „ „ we (I) hear from 

unfyd | „ „ „ („) „ „ yoa 

ungax j waive(s) (d) (ing) 

ungez ' waive the point 

ungib waiver(s) 

ungoc wake(s) (ning) (ing) 

ungud i Wales (Welsh) 

ungyt from Wales 

unhaz in Wales 

unheb wall(s) (ed) 

unhic with no wall seen 

uuhod „ wall seen 

unhuf Wanganui 

unhyg want(s) (ed) (ing) (to) See also Require, Wish 

unira for want of 

unise in „ „ 

uuiti much wanted 

univo i war(s) (like) 

unixu | warden (of) 

unizy ! warehouse(s) (d) (ing) See also Charges, Goods 

unjab bonded warehouse 

unjec ex warehouse 

unjid i shall we (I) warehouse the goods 

unjof are the goods warehoused 

unjug „ „ „ and insured 

unjyh goods are warehoused 

unkac „ „ ,, and insured 

unkif avoid warehousing if you can 

unkuh cost of „ 

unlad what is the cost of warehousing 

— j warily See Carefully, Cautiously, Watchfu.lv 

unlef I warm(s) (ed) (ing) (ly) 



unlig 

unloh 

unluj 

unlyk 

unmaf 

unmeg 

unmih 

unmoj 

unmuk 

unmyl 

unnag 

unneh 

unnij 

unnok 

unnul 

unnym 

unobe 

unoci 

unodo 

unofu 

unoha 

unpol 

unpyn 

unraj 

unrek 

unril 

unrom 

unrun 

unryp 

unsak 

unsel 

unsim 

unson 

unsup 

unsyr 

untal 

untem 

untin 

untop 

untur 

untys 

unuje 

unuki 

unulo 

unumu 

unupa 

unvam 

unven 

unvip 

unvor 

unvus 

unvyt 

unwan 

unwep 

unwir 

unwos 

unwut 

unwyv 

unyre 

unysi 

unyto 

unyvu 

unyxy 

unyza 

unzap 

unzer 

unzis 

unzot 

unzuv 

unzyx 

upaju 

upaky 

upala 

upame 



See Careful, Cautious, Watchful 
See also Were 



warn(s) (ed) (in£) (against) 

„ (,»)(„) them (hirn, her) (against) 

m (») ( ii ) us (me) (against) 

ii (,,)(„) you (against) 
warp(s) (ed) (ing) 
warrant(s) (ed) (ing) 
dividend warrant(s) 
dock warrant (s) 
warrantable 
warranty (ies) 
wary 
was (to) 
he was (to) 
„ „ not (to) 
how was it 
I was (to) 
„ „ ttot (to) 
it „ (to) 
„ „ not (to) 
she was (to) 
„ „ not (to) 
that „ 

ii i. not 
this „ 

•i .. no* 
was this 
wash-dirt 
wash out 

wash (es) (ed) (ing) (up) 
busy with wash up 
final wash up shows 

„ ,i for ( — ) days with cyanide plant shows 

wash up has given ( — ) ozs. for ( — ) tons 
„ will increase returns 
„ „ not increase returns 
will wash up increase returns 

ii n on 

washed ( — ) loads, yielded ( — ) carats 

(— ) „ „ (— ) „ , largest being a 

wastage [( — ) carat stone 

(but) wastage less 
( .1 ) „ more 
wast6(s) (d) (ing) 
wasteful (ly) 
watch (es) (ed) (ing) 
watchful (ly) (ness) 
water(s) (ed) (ing) 
above the water level 
at the water level 
below the water level 
condensed water 
cost of water per gallon 

» ii ■> ii miner's inch 

power 

could get enough water for ( — ) stamps 

deep boring for water 

estimated amount of water 

every indication that water will be found (at) 

expect shortly to strike water 

feet of water 

flow of „ 

„ „ equals ( — ) gallons per hour 
for how many stamps have you water 
fresh water 
from scarcity of water 
gallons of water 
good supply of water close to mine 

„ ,, ( — ) distance from mine 

ground letting out water freely 
have lowered water ( — ) feet during 
» .i ii (— ) i, » past week 

„ you sufficient water for 
impeded by water 
inches of water 
influx „ „ \Vater{$) {ed) (ing) — cont. 



See also Level, Mine, Shaft, 
[Un water, Wori 



5112 Upani— Urfok 

JLBABY — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code word of 10 letters 

Water(s) (od) (ing) — cont. 
insufficient water for number of stamps used 
is there plenty of water 

„ sufficient water for ( — ) stamps 
it will take ( — ) days and cost { — ) to get water out of 
large supply of water [mine 

no difficulty with water 
„ water 

on account of short supply of water 
salt water 

stopped for want of water 
struck a strong body of water at this point 
„ large body of water 
„ water in 
sufficient water for stamps and mill 
n ,, „ the stamps used 

„ •-. M (— ) stamps 

„ „ to 

N „ „ run machinery 

supply of water 

there are ( — ) feet of water in the mine 
„ is good water power for driving machinery 

» ii WO ii ii ii ii 

to what extent has water risen in mine 

ii i, „ subsided in mine 

under water 

water and fuel abundant 
•* »» c-ircc 



It has no meaning. See Prefaoa 



„ -carnage 

„ -dam 

„ fissure 

<i for 

„ „ milling 
s» ii ii and mining 

w from 

i, _ H the mine 

„ in the mine 

H is gaining in mine 

„ „ getting beyond control in mine 

ii ii «o* gaining in mine 

„ ,, now easily kept under control in mine 

„ level 

„ logged 

„ must be brought in pipes a distance of 

„ per 24 hours 

„ power 

„ „ is equal to (— ) horse power 

., race 

„ scarce 

„ scheme 

„ supply 

„ way(s) 

„ works 

„ worn 

what is the depth of water 
„ „ extent of your water j 
„ „ quantity of water [purposes) 

11 n 1, N required for mining) 

11 11 ii 11 n 11 n 1 

when the water falls in mine [and milling purposes) 

waterfall 

waterless 

water right(s) 

acquired additional water rights 

c mnot secure water rights 

dispute about water rights 

does this include water rights 

have agreed to sell water rights 

u fair water rights 

1, good' „ „ 

11 no water rights 

„ not agreed to sell water rights 

„ poor water rights 

1, the water rights been secured 

„ very valuable water rights 
necessary water rights Water right{%) — cor.!. 



uppys 

upren 

upror 

uprus 

upryt 

upsan 

upsep 

upsos 

upsut 

upsyv 

upter 

uptis 

uptot 

uptuv 

uptyx 

upury 

upusa 

upute 

upuvi 

upuxo 

upuzu 

upvar 

upves 

upvit 

upvov 

upvux 

upvyz 

upwiv 

upwox 

upwuz 

upwyb 

upyby 

upyca 

upyde 

upyfi 

upygo 

upyhu 

upzat 

upzev 

upzix 

upzoz 

upzub 

upzyc 

uraji 

urako 

nralu 

uramy 

urana 

urape 

urbac 

urbed 

urbif 

urbog 

urbuh 

urbyj 

urcad 

urcef 

urcig 

urcoh 

urcuj 

urcyk 

urdaf 

urdeg 

urdih 

urdoj 

urduk 

urdyl 

ureri 

ureso 

urevy 

ureze 

urfag 

urfeh 

urfij 

urfok 



secure water rights Water right(e)— cont. 

secured the water rights (for) 

this includes water rights 

unless water rights are secured 

until water rights are secured 

water rights belong to 

11 „ can be bought for 

11 „ 11 secured 

„ „ cannot be secured 

,, „ covering an area ol 

11 „ extend 

„ „ fully protected 

11 n granted 

,, „ have been bought for 

11 11 H transferred 

,, „ must be included in the lease 

1, „ surveyed 

„ „ will be included in the lease 

11 11 11 notbe „ „ „ 

what about water rights 
will not sell „ „ 
wave(s) (d) (ing) 
way(s) 
all the way 
best way 
better way 
both ways 

do they (does he, she) see their (his, her) way (to) 
1, you see your way (to) 
give way 
half „ 

if they (he, she) see(s) their (his, her) way (to) 
„ we (I) see our (my) way (to) 
„ you see your way (to) 
(in) a small way 
(„) some way 
(„) that way 
(„) the same way 
in the way 
(in) this way 
(„) what way 
(„) which way 
long way 
on the way 
11 „ home 
.1 1, out 
one way 
out of the way 
short way 
under „ 

ways and mean* 
we 
for we 
not „ 
we not to 
11 to 

weak 

very weak 

weaken(s) 

weakened 

weakening 

weaker 

weakest 

weakly 

wealth (y) 

very wealthy 

wear(s) (ing) (worn) (out) 

wearisome 

weather (ed) (ing) 

bad weather 

fair 

fine „ much wanted 

no change in the weather 

on account of „ ,1 

weather-beaten Weather ied) <<»#)- 






Orful--Usjy« 



UK 



weather favourable 
„ fine 
„ unseat/table 

Wednesday 

every Wednesday 

on 

week(s) 

about beginning of next week 
.» .» the „ 

H end of next week 
h „ the „ 

„ middle of next week 
n .. the „ 

between this week and next 

during the next few weeks 

»» n >> (— */ w 

„ „ week 
each week 
early in next week 

„ „ the week 
end of next ,, 
„ „ the week 
every alternate week 

for a „ 

„ „ „ or two 

„ week ending 

M the two weeks ending 

„ ,, tnree ,, ,, 

„ „ four „ M 
in a few weeks 

„ „ week or two 

„ „ week's time 

„ ( — ) weeks 
last week 

middle of the week 
next week 

not before next week 
per week 
since last week 
this week 
week after next 
„ before last 
„ commencing 
„ ending 
within a week 

» (— ) weeks 
i week 
2 weeks 



6 „ 
weekly 

,, commencing 
w eigh(s) (ed) (ing) 

it(s) (ot) (y] 
certificate of weight 
dead weight 
fiiil 



WeaUier (ed) (ing) — cont. 



See aUo page 229 



(s) 



(s) 



gross 

heavy 

invoice 

landed 

light 

loss in ,, 

net weight (s) 

over „ 

shipping weight(s) 

short „ 

under ,, 

what re the gross and net weights 

i> is „ „ weight 

n it n De t n 

• mm weight 



urtyd 


well(3) (to) 


urusu 


artesian well 


uruty 


if not well 


uruva 


„ well 


uruxe 


it may be as well (to) 


uruzi 


may as well 


urvax 


»ot well 


urvez 


quite as well 


urvib 


sinking a well 


urvoc 


sunk a well 


urvud 


very well 
well off 


urvyf 


urwaz 


„ No. 1 


urweb 


n „ a 


urwic 


» » 3 


urwod 


» » 4 


urwuf 


n „ (-) 


urwyg 


well-sinkerfs) 


— 


Welsh See Wales 


urybo 


went 


urycu 


were (to) See also Was 


urydy 


as there were (was) 


uryge 


„ they „ (he, she, it was) 


uryhi 


it >» » ( » •> ) n °t 


urzab 


„ we were (I was) 


urzec 


„ 11 .. ( ,. ) not 


urzid 


,» you „ 


urzof 


., 11 ., not 


urzug 


by which they were (he, she, it was) 


urzyh 


if there were (was) 


usara 


>» »> »> I 11 ) not 


usase 


,, these ,, 


usati 


11 >f •> not 


usavo 


„ they „ (he, she, it was) (to) 


usaxu 


„ „ ii ( » 11 ) not (tot 


usazy 
usben 


„ those „ 


11 11 11 not 


usbij 


„ we (I) „ (to) 


usbok 


,, „ (,,) ,, not (to) 


usbul 


„ you were (to) 


usbym 


„ „ „ »oi(to) 


uscah 


neither were (was) 


uscik 


nor were (was) 


uscol 


such as were 


uscura 


„ were (was) 


uscyn 


there „ ( „ ) 


usdaj 


.• ii ( » ) not 


usdek 


h ii ( .» ) only 


usdil 


„ „ none 


usdora 


„ „ some 


usdyp 


these „ 


usfak 


they „ (to) 


usfel 


„ „ not (to) 


usfim 


those „ 


usfon 


„ which were 


usfup 


>• 11 11 not 


usfyr 


wc were (to) 


usgal 


„ not (to) 


usgop 


were (was) a (an) 


usgur 


„ ( „ ) any (anyone, anybody, anything) 


usgys 


,, ( ,, ) lately 


ushor 


„ ( „ ) never 


ushus 


11 ( » ) not (to) 


ushyt 


11 ( ii ) n there 


usija 


11 ( 11 ) >, very 


usike 


11 ( 11 ) our(s) (my, mine) 


usili 


„ ( „ ) perhaps 


usimo 


n ( 11 ) some 


nsinu 


„ ( „ ) soon 


usipy 


,, ( ,. ) the 


usjan 


„ ( „ ) there 


usjep 


11 ( 11 ) 11 any 


nsjir 


» ( .. ) ii not 


usjos 


„ ( „ ) very 


usjyv 


„ ( „ ) your(s) Were— coni. 



214 



Uskap — Utpab 



were thcir(s) (w;is his, her(s), 


its) Wero— cent. 


utbak 


„ these 






utbel 


„ they (was he, she, it) (to) 


utbim 


„ „ ( 


) not (to) 


utbon 


„ we (was I) (to) 






utbup 


n .. ( m ) not (to) 






utbyr 


„ yon (to) 






utcal 


„ „ not (to) 






utcem 


what were (was) 






utcin 


„ M ( » ) not 






utcop 


„ „ they (was he 


she, 


it) (to) 


utcur 


„ „ we (was I) (to) 




utcys 


„ „ you (to) 






utdam 


when „ (was) 






utden 


which „ ( „ ) 






utdip 


ti » ( ., ) not 






utdor 


„ ,, they (was he 


she, 


it) (to) 


utdus 


„ „ we '(was I) (to) 




utdyt 


„ „ you (to) 






utecu 


who were (was) 






utefa 


„ „ they (was he, 


she, 


it) (to) 


utehi 


n ii we (was I) (to 


) 




atfan 


„ „ you (to) 






utfep 


why ,, they (was he, 


she, 


t) (to) 


utfir 


ji ii »> ( t» 


ii 


) not (to) 


utfos 


„ „ we (was I) (to) 




utfut 


i« n n ( ii ) not 


(to) 




utfyv 


„ „ you (to) 






utgap 


„ „ „ not (to) 






utger 


you „ (to) 






utgis 


„ not (to) 






utgot 


west (of) (em) 






utguv 


l west 






utgyx 


from the west 






uthar 


going west 






uthes 


to the „ 






uthit 


west and east 






uthov 


„ part (of) 






uthux 


,. to east 






uthyz 


westerly 






utily 


westwardfe) 






utima 


Western Australia (n(s)) 




utine 


from Western Australia 






utipi 


'in i. n 






utjas 


wharf (ves) 






utjet 


ex wharf 






utjiv 


wharfage 






utjox 


wharflnger(s) 






utjuz 


what (to) 




. 


utjyb 


not what 






utkat 


of „ 






utkev 


to „ 






utkix 


what a (an) 






utkoz 


„ about 






utkub 


„ either 






utkyc 


„ else 






utlav 


ii for 






utlex 


„ further 






utlob 


,. if 






utluc 


„ in 






utlyd 


„ more 






utmax 


„ neither 






utmez 


i, no 






utmoc 


„ not 






utmud 


N Of 






utmyf 


„ on 






utnaz 


„ our(s) (my, mine) 






utneb 


„ that (those) 






utnod 


n the 






utnuf 


„ their(s) (his, ber(s) 


its) 




utnyg 


„ there 






utoru 


„ they (he, she, it) 






utosy 


M this (these) 






utove 


„ we(I) 






utozo 


„ witb 




What—ami. 


utpab 



what you What— tout, 

„ your(s) 
whatever (the) 
whatsoever 
wheel(s) (ed) (ing) 
wheels within wheels 
wheelwright(s) 
when (to) 
not when 
when a (an) 
„ about (to) 
„ above 
„ after 
„ also 
ii as 
ii at 
„ below 
n by 
„ either 
„ however 
•i in 
„ likewise 
„ moreover 
„ near 
„ neither 
•i no 
„ not (to) 
„ notwithstanding 
•i on 

„ our(s) (my, mine) 
„ owing to 
„ some 
„ still 

„ that (those) 
ii the 
ii ii other 

„ their(s) (his, her(s), its) 
„ there 

„ they (he, she, it) 
„ this (these) 
ii we (I) 
„ with 
„ within 
„ without 
„ you 
your(s) 
whence 

,, also 

„ our (my) 
the 

„ their (his, her) 

„ they (he, she, it) 

ii we "(I) 

n you 

i» your 
whenever (at) 
not whenever 
whenever a (an) 

„ about (to) 

„ above 

„ also 

,, any (anyone, anybody, anything) 

„ below 

„ either 

„ in 

ii on 

H our(s) (my, mine) 

„ that (those) 

>i the 

„ their(s) (his, her(s), its) 

„ there 

„ they (he, she, it) 

„ this (these) 

» we (I) 

„ you Whenever — cont. 



Ufcpec — UYtun 



215 



whenever your(s) Whenever — cont. 


uvgat 


whensoever 


uvgev 


where (to) 


uvgix 


not where 


uvgoz 


where a (an) 


uvgub 


„ also 


uvgyc 




, any (anyone, anybody, anything) 


uvfiav 




, either 


uvhex 




, however 


uvhiz 




, if 


uvhob 




, in 


uvhuc 




„ moreover 


uvhyd 




, neither 


uviru 




, no 


uvisy 




, our(s) (my, mine) 


uvita 




, some 


uvive 




, that (those) 


uvixi 




, the 


uvizo 




, their(s) (his, her(s), its) 


uvjax 




, they (he, she, it) 


uvjez 




, this (these) 


uvjib 




. we (I) 


uvjoc 




, you 


uvjud 




, your(s) 


uvjyf 


whereabout(s) 


uvkaz 


whereas 


uvkeb 


whereat 


uvkic 


whereby 


uvkod 




, a (an) 


uvkuf 




, our(s) (my, mine) 


uvkys? 




, that (those) 


uvlab 




, the 


uvlec 




, their(s) (his, her(s), its) 


uvlid 




, they (he, she, it) 


uvlof 




this (these) 


uvlug 




we (I) 


uvlyh 




you 


nvmac 




your(s) 


uvmed 


wherefore 


uvmif 


wherefrom 


uvmog 


whereof 


uvmuh 


wheresoever 


uvmyj 


whereupon 


uvnad 


wherever 


uvnef 


wherewith 


uvnig 


whether (to) 


nvnoh 


or whether 


cvnuj 


whether a (an) 


uvnyk 


„ or no 


uvoby 


„ our(s) (my, mine) 


uvoca 


„ the 


uvode 


„ their(s) (his, her(s), its) 


uvofi 


„ they (he, she, it) 


uvogo 


„ we (I) 


uvpaf 


„ you 


nvpeg 


„ your(s) 


uvpih 


which (to) 


uvpoj 


not which 


uvpuk 


of „ 


uvpyl 


one 


H 


nvrag 


these 


IV 


uvreh 


those 




uvrij 


to 




uvrok 


which 


uvnil 


no 


uvrym 


„ of (the) 


uvsah 


„ one 


uvsik 


„ our(s) (my, mine* 


uvsol 


„ that (those) 


uvsum 


„ the 


uvsyn 


„ theit(s) (his, her(s), its) 


uvtaj 


„ they (he, she, it) 


uvtek 


,, this (these) 


uvtil 


„ we (I) 


uvtom 


i 


f 


you Which — cont. 


uvtun 



which your(s) 

whichever 

„ they (he, she. it) 

we (I) 
„ you 

while (to) 
not while 
while a (an) 

„ our(s) (my, mine) 

„ that (those) 

„ the 

„ their(s) (his, her(s), its) 

„ there 

„ they (he, she. it) 

„ this (these) 

„ we (I) 

„ you 

„ your(s) 
whilst 
whim(s) 
whip(s) 
whip-hand 
whither 
who 

,, no 

„ they (he, she, it) 

„ we (I) 

,, you 
whoever 
whole 

(for) the whole 
(,, ) „ or part 
on the whole 
wholesale 
wholesome 
whom (to) 
of whom 
through whom 
to svhom 
whom they (he, she, it) 

„ we (I) 

» you 

with those whom 

whomsoever 

whose 

for whose 

of „ 

to „ 

whosoever 

why (to) 

the why and wherefore (of it) 

why not 

„ they (he, she, it) 

.. we (I) 



wicked (ly) 

wide in) 

and wide 

if not „ 

,, wide 

wider 

expect it to be wider when driven on 

widest 

widow(s) 

width (of) 

average width is ( — ) feet, average value is 

maintaining its width and value 

not „ „ ,, „ 

present width is ( — ) feet, value 

wife (ves) 

my wife 

wild(ly) 

wilful (ly) (ness) 

will 

against our (my) will 



Which— cont. 



See also Shall 
<ont. 



21G 
flBABY 



uvule 

uvumi 

uvupu 

uwak 

uvvel 

uwim 

uvvon 

uvvup 

uwyr 

uvwal 

uvwem 

uvwin 

uvwop 

uvwur 

uvwys 

uvyry 

uvysa 

uvyte 

uvyvi 

uvyxo 

uvyzu 

uvzam 

uvzen 

uvzip 

uvzor 

uvzus 

uvxyt 

uxabe 

uxaci 

uxado 

uxafu 

uxagy 

uxaha 

uxbas 

uxbet 

uxbiv 

uxbox 

uxbuz 

uxbyb 

uxcat 

uxcev 

uxcix 

uxcoz 

uxcub 

uxcyc 

uxdav 

uxdex 

uxdix 

uxdob 

uxduc 

uxdyd 

uxeje 

uxelo 

uxeny 

uxfax 

uxfe* 

uxfib 

uxfoc 

uxfud 

uxfyf 

uxgaz 

uxgeb 

uxgic 

uxgod 

uxguf 

uxgyg 

uxhab 

uxhec 

nxhid 

uxhof 

uxbug 

uxhyh 

uxire 



■This cipher is for use only when it »s 

against their (his, her) will 

„ your will 
all will (shall) 
as they (he, she, it) will 

n a ( »i •» t») »» not 

„ we (I) will 

I, N G>) •» not 

„ you will 

m » n not 
at will 
but will 

how much will they (he, *he, it) 
i> •> »i we (l) 

m »» » y° u 

„ they (he, she, it) will 

„ we (I) will 

m will 

„ „ they (he, she, it) 

m m we (I) 

,, h you 

„ you will 
if they (he, she, it) will 

»i it \ n ) h *** 

„ we (1) will 

M ii (») »> not 

„ you will 

ii m n not 

ill will 

nor will 

(of) our (my) own free will 

( „ ) their (his, her) own free wiil 

( „ ) your own free will 

otherwise they (he, she, it) wiil 

•• n ( » it ' M not 

„ we (I) will 
i. ii Ci) » ">^ 
probate of will 
that they (he, she, it) will 
» ?> ( ii ii ) »< not 
„ we (I) will 
., „ (,,) „ not 
i> will 

i> ii not 

„ you v/ill 
, not 

the will of 
there will 

not 
these will 

„ not 
they (he, she, it) will 

it ( >> ii ) ii *** 
this will 

i> ,not 
those will 

ii not 
though there will 

» »> not 

unless they (he, she, it) will 
„ we (I) will 
„ you will 
we (I) will 
,, Gi) » not 
what will 

„ they (he, she, it) 
ii we (I) 
„ you 
when they (he, she, it) will 
ii i» ( ii ) h not 
„ we (I) will 
.» will 

„ „ they (he, she, it) 
,, ii we (I) 
„ „ you 
„ you will 



Will— cont. 



Ovtyp— Uxwyx 

cfc»V«4 to complete a code word of 10 fc/fcn. It has no meaning. 
where will they (he, she, it) 
M we (I) 

y° u 

whether they (he, she, it) will 

i, ( »> >« ) •» **• 

we (I) will 
,> Gi). >. not 
„ you will 

M n n not 

which will 

h not 
(whom) will they (he. she, it) 



WUl—coni. 



uxisi 

uxito 

uxivu 

uxixy 

uxiza 

uxjac 

uxjed 

uxjif 

uxjog 

uxjuh 

uxjyj 

uxkad 

uxkef 

uxkig 

uxkoh 

uxkuj 

uxkyk 

uxlaf 

uxleg 

uxlih 

uxloj 

uxluk 

uxlyl 

uxmag 

uxmeh 

uxmij 

uxmok 

uxmul 

uxmym 

uxnah 

uxnik 

uxnum 

uxobi 

uxoco 

uxodu 

uxoga 

uxpaj 

uxpek 

uxpil 

uxporn 

uxpun 

uxpyp 

uxrak 

uxrel 

uxrim 

uxron 

uxrup 

uxryr 

uxsal 

uxsin 

uxsur 

uxtam 

uxten 

nxtip 

uxtor 

uxtus 

uxtyt 

uxuji 

uxuko 

uxulu 

uxumy 

uxuna 

uxupe 

uxvan 

uxvep 

uxvir 

uxyos 

uxrut 

uxvyv 

uxwap 

uxwer 

uxwis 

uxwot 

uxwuv 

uxwyx 



Sae Prefww. 

win— torn. 



who will 

>> 11 
why „ 



) „ we (I) 

) » y° u 

) they (he, she, it) will 
) „ ( „ „ ) .. not 
) we (I) will 
) ,, (,,) ,. not 
) you will 
) i. no* 



not 



not 
',', ',', they (he, she, h) 

?l II II ' t, H ) *•» 

„ » you 

„ ii .- not 

will a (an) 

,, also 

„ any 

„ either 

„ if 

„ „nol 

„ neither 

•i not 

„ our(s) (my, mina) 

„ perhaps 

„ that (those) 

„ the 

,, their(s) (his, her(a), its) 

„ there 

„ they (he, she, it) 
ii ii ' »i it ' no* 

„ this (these) 

•• verv 

„ we (I) 

If »i (ll) *** 

„ you 
ii ii not 
„ your(s) 
you will 

wiliinjg ay) (nes») (to) 

are (is) not willing to 

„ they (is he, she) not willing (to) 

N „ Gi ,i „ ) willing to 

„ you not willing (to) 

„ „ willing (to) 

if they are (he, she is) not willing (to) 
„ i, M ( ,. ) wiUiog (to) 
it you „ not willing (to) 
„ „ „ willing (to) 
they are (he, she is) not willing to 

( „ ) willing to 
we are not willing (to) 

„ wilUng (to) 
which (whom) they are (he, she is) net willing to 



) 



„ ( m ) we H 
n ( n ) »i ff 
„ { M )yon „ 

„ ( II ) rl If 

wln(s) (ning) (won) 
winch (es) 



( „ „ ) willing to 
(I am) not willing to 
( „ ) willing to 
not willing to 
willing to 



Us^ri Yaagn 



217 



wind(s) (ing) 

wind-up 

windfall(s) 

winding engine 

battery and winding engine 

windingup 

agree to voluntary winding-up 

agreed to „ „ 

are they (is he) likely to go in fur windii 

compulsory winding-up 

judicial winding-up 

likely to go in for winding-up 

try for a winding-up order 

„ to avoid winding-up order 

voluntary winding-up 

winding-up order 

„ „ under inspection 

,, » m m °* cne Court 

winding rope 
breaking of winding rope 
Winnipeg 
winter 
winze(s) 

bottom of the winse 
by a winze 

deep prospecting winse 
depth of winse (( — ) feet) 
driving suspended pending sinking of \i 
east of No. ( — ) winse 
estimate cost of sinking winse (at) 
from the winse 

how deep has winze been sunk 
in the bottom of the wii\/.- 
i, winze No. 
incline winse 
No. ( — ) winse north 

„ (— ) m south 

„ (— ) n east 

n (— ) m west 
north of No. ( — ) winse 
sinking a winse 

„ „ „ to connect with 
„ winse ( — ) feet from si all north 
m •.(—)» »i ii south 

» n v / <• n >» east 

•i » \r •* i» i» west 

south of No. ( — ) winse 

started to sink a „ in bottom of the (this) levd 
stop work on the „ 
the reef in winse No. 
tons come from winse 
we have now connected by a winse 
west of No. ( — ) winse 

what will be the cost of sinking a (the) winse 
will be connected by a winze 
winse continues to return fair stone 

H has been sunk to a depth of ( — ) feet 

.« n m » (~ ) * eet i total (— ) feet 

„ „ „ suspended 

H in 

- No. 

. • 1 
m • 

<t n $ 

» 4 

„ „ 6 [inches wide, assaying ( — ) per ton > 

„ sunk ( — ) feet, a total of ( — ) feet, reef (— )) 
wipe(s) (d) (nig) 
wireis) (d) (ing) 
copper wire 
wire rope(s) 
i wisdom 
i wise fry) 
.' ~--. H't* (ly)-cor.t. 



I uzlak 
uzlel 
uzlim 
uzlon 
uzlup 
uzlyr 
uzmal 
usmi-m 
uzmin 
uzmop 
ozmur 
usmys 
uznam 
uznen 
usnip 
usnor 
usnus 
usnyt 
usojc 
usoki 
asolo 
uzomu 
usony 
usopa 
ospan 
nspep 
uspir 

UZpOS 

usput 

uzpyv 

uzrap 

usrer 

usris 

usrot 

USTUT 

usryx 
ussar 
ozsit 

US80T 
UZBUX 

ussys 

ustas 

ustet 

ustiv 

uztox 

ustus 

uztyb 

uzuvu 

usuxy 

uzuza 

uzvat 

uzvev 

uzvix 

uzvoz 

uzvub 

uzvyc 

uzwav 

uzwex 

uzwiz 

uzwob 

uswuc 

uzwyd 

usybe 

osyci 

usydo 

uxyfu 

uzygy 

uzyha 

uszaz 

uzzes 

uzzib 

uzzoc 

u.?zud 



if not wise Wiae (ly) 

in no „ 

not wise 

anri wisely 

but 

wiser (than) 

is this the wisest 
it is not the wisest 

„ thi \ i >est 
wish (es) (ed) (ing) (to) Sot also Want 

agreeably to our (my) wish(es) 

„ „ their (his, her) wish(es) 

„ ,, your wish(es) 

arrange- as you wish 
as they (he, she) wish 
„ we (I) wish 
„ you wish 

can do as you wish (about) 
cannot do as you wish (about) 
contrary to our (my) wishes 

B their (his, her) wishes 

„ your wishes 
do not wish them (him, her) te 
„ „ you to 
.. they (does he, she) wish (want) (to) 



) 



you wish (want) it 
•i ii \ 



)• not (to) 

> theiu ■ hjm, b*» tt) w«* 15 

) .. ( ,. » )* 

) US (Kit) * tO 
) ,, ( ,, ) to 

) you not „ 
) .. to 



) not to 

) them (him, her, it) nut tc 

),.(,, ., )to 

)(to) 

) as (me) not to 

) „ ( „ ) to 

if they (he, she) wish not to ' 

ii h ( h ) .i to 

„ we (I) wish not to 

II » U n to 

„ you wish not to 

n >i ii to 

is it opposed to your wish (that) 

„ your wish that 
may wish 
our (my) wish(es) 
their (his, her) wish(es) 
they (he, she) wish(es) them (him, her) not to 



( 



) 



( ,, ) to 
us (me) not to 

„ ( I. ) I. H ( II ) to 

„ ( i. ) n you twt to 

,.(••) ii. ii to 

unless it is your wish (to) 

„ you wish them (him, her) not to 
m m „ ( » ) to 

„ „ us (me) not to 

.. ,i .1 ( ii ) to 

we (I) wish them (him, h<;r) not to 
„ (,,) .. „ ( - ) to 
»(«).. you not to 

ii \n) n 

what do they (does he, si 

II 11 .1 ' M II ) II 

m ii >• V ii ii / >> 

„ „ you wish (want) 

„ „ „ ( ii ) them (him, her) to do 

„ „ „ ( „ ) us (i.oe) to do 

„ they (he, she) wish(es) (want(s)) (is) 

„ we (I) wish (want) (is) 

„ you wish (want) (is) Wish (es) (at) (*m^i — 



them (him, her) to 
us (me) to do 



H18 



Vaahs Vasuf 



when do yon wish Wish (es) (ed) (Ing) — cont. 


vakjy 


not without Without — mm*. 


why do you wish 


vakka 


or „ 


wish(es) (want(s)) not to 


vakle 


without a (an) 


„ ( „ ) them (him, her, it) not to 


vakmi 


„ any (anyone, anybody, anything) 


„(„)..< » > «o 


vakno 


H either 


„ ( „ ) us (me) not to 


vakot 


„ even 


„ („)„(„) to 


vakpu 


„ our(s) (my, mine) 


„ ( „ ) you not to 


vakuv 


„ such 


„ ( „ ) .. tO 


vakyx 


„ that (those) 


you wish them (him, her) not to 


valar 


„ the 


» „ ( ii ) to 


valew 


„ their(s) (his, hers, its) 


„ us (me) not to 


valit 


„ them (him, her, it) 


» .. ( » ) to 


▼alov 


„ they ^he, she) 


your wish(cs) 


valry 


this (these) 


„ are complied with 


valsa 


us (me) 


„ cannot be complied wftb 


valte 


.. we (I) 


„ shall have ever> atteabu* 


valux 


„ which 


wished not to 


valvi 


„ whom 


wit(s) 


valxo 


„ whose 


lives by their (his, her) wits 


valzu 


ii you 


with 


vamas 


„ your(t) 


not with 


vambn 


with3tand(8) (ing) (withstood) 


or „ 


vamce 


witnass (es) (ed) (ing) 


with a (no) 


vamdi 


eye witness 


„ about 


vamet 


wolfram 


„ all 


vamfo 


woman (women) 


„ any (anyone, anybody, CLayrhmg) 


— 


won St Wia 


„ either 


vamgu 


wonder(s) (ed) (ing) 


„ even 


vamhy 


wonderful (ly) 


„ neither 


vamiv 


wood(s) (ed) (en) 


or without 


vamox 


word(e) (ed) (ing) 


,. our(s) (my, mine) 


vamux 


in a word 


,, such 


vamyb 


this „ signifies 


„ that (those) 


< anev 


what does this word signify 


„ the 


vanix 


work(s) (with) See also Reduction Works, Strike 


„ their(s) (his, hers, its) 


vanja 


a great amount of surface work has been done 


„ them (him, her, it) 


vanke 


„ „ deal of dead work has to be done (before) 


„ this (these) 


vanli 


„ ., „ work has been doue 


„ us (me) 


van mo 


additional work 


„ what 


vannu 


(all) dead work 


„ which 


vanoz 


( „ ) development work 


„ whom 


vanpy 


( „ ) mining work 


„ whose 


vanub 


( „ ) new work 


„ you 


vanyc 


( n ) old „ 


,. your(s) 


vapav 


( „ ) permanent work 


witkdraw(s) (n) (ing) (from) 


vapex 


( „ ) surface work 


advise you to withdraw if possible 


vapiz 


( „ ) underground work 


cannot withdraw unless 


vapob 


and other work 


„ „ until 


vapse 


at present nothing but surface work done 


give notice to withdraw (from) 


vapti 


awaiting your instructions to commence wotk 


if you can withdraw honourably 


vapuc 


can start work 


„ cannot ,, „ 


vapvo 


„ work to better advantage (if) 


notice to withdraw (from) 


vapwu 


cannot start work 


threaten (s) to withdraw (from) 


vapzy 


„ work unless 


will not withdraw (from) 


varax 


„ „ until 


withdraw at once ( M ) 


varbe 


ceased work at a depth of ( — ) feet 


withdrawn from 


varci 


commence work on ( — ) before dry season 


withdrawal(s) 


vardo 


I, ,i ( — ) i» rainy season 


notice of withdrawal 


varez 


cost of dead work (is) 


withhold(s) (ing) (withheld) (from) 


varfu 


„ work (is) 


within 


vargy 


do not recommend this work to be done 


not within 


varib 


>• you „ „ being m 


or „ 


▼aroe 


following work is necessary 


within a (an) 


varud 


have begun work 


„ about 


varyf 


„ had to stop work (because) 


„ all 


vasa* 


how many are there at work 


„ our (my) 


vaseb 


in order to work 


„ that (those) 


vasic 


most of the work 


r the 


vasje 


no work 


„ their (his, her, it(s)) 


vaski 


on account of the work 


„ this (these) 


vasio 


public works 


„ what 


vasmu 


push on with the work 


M which 


vasny 


recommend this work being done 


,, your 


vaspa 


„ you to work in accord (with) 


Without Without -cont. 


vasaf 


report on work Werk($ — co* 



Vasyg — Yekih 






veaps 

vearm 

vebat 

vebev 

vebix 

vebjy 

vebka 

veble 

vebrni 

vebno 

veboz 

vebpu 

vebub 

vebyc 

vecav 

vecex 

veci* 



result of work Work(s) — cont 

some dead work will have to be done 
stop all exploratory work 

„ the work(s) 
the necessary work 
there has been fair work done (at) 
.» » good „ („) 

n n some „ („) [proof 

think it advisable to continue work here for further 
to enable us to work with more ea ^e and economy 
i, work 

too narrow to work profitably 
what amount of dead work will have to be done 
„ is the cost of the work 
„ will be tiie estimated cost of th<* work 
when „ work be completed 

„ „ „ commence 
why has work been 

,, „ not been 

will begin work 
„ delay „ 

„ only „ (on condition that) 
work(s) being carried out on contract 
„ dosed 
„ is delayed 
„ more or less damaged 
„ not damaged 
„ partially damaged 
„ seriously „ 
„ stopped owing to accident 
„ will be completed about 
„ „ include 
workable 
worked (with) 
are nearly worked out 
badly worked 

can be worked on very economical lines 
cannot be worked cheaply 

„ „ „ more economically 
extensively worked 
extremely well worked 
fairly and properly worked 
have worked ( — ) days 
n i. (— ) .. (— ) hours 
„ „ (— ) hours 

must be worked more economically 
not recently worked 
„ worked out by any means 
only partly worked 
„ worked on the surface 
originally worked by 
provided it can be worked 

the whole of the upper levels above level ( — ) worked 
„ „ ( — ) is worked out [out 

think property could be worked at a profit il 
well worked 
worked by 

„ on tribute 

„ ,, very economical lines 

n OUt 

worker(s) 

WOrking(s) (with) See a so Water 

above the old workings 

„ present workingB 
ancient workings 
at the deepest working points 
cannot get into the old workings 
caving in of workings 
cost of working (will be) 
deep working(s) 
deepest „ 

„ workings are ( — ) feet down 
estimate the total expense of working at 
t .\pect to strike the ancient workings 
explore the ancient workings Workin^(s) — cont. 



vecob 

vecry 

vecsa 

vecte 

vecuc 

vecvi 

vecwo 

vecyd 

veczu 

vedax 

vedby 

vedca 

vedde 

vedez 

vedgo 

vedhu 

vedib 

vedoc 

vedyf 

veegn 

veehs 

veelf 

veemd 

vefaz 

vefeb 

vefic 

vefja 

vefke 

vefli 

vefmo 

vefnu 

vefod 

vefpy 

vefuf 

vefyg 

vegab 

vegec 

vegof 

vegra 

vegse 

vegti 

vegug 

vegvo 

vegwu 

vegyh 

vegzy 

vehac 

vehce 

vehed 

vehfo 

vehhy 

vehif 

vehog 

vehub 

vehyj 

veics 

veift 

veimn 



vein- 

veisk 

vejad 

vejef 

vejig 

vejki 

vejlo 

vejmu 

vejny 

vejoh 

vejpa 

vejuj 

vejyk 

vekaf 

vekeg 

vekih 



exploring the ancient workings Worklng(s) — cont. 

extensive old workings 

face of workings in stryatitic quartz 

(from) an influx of water from ancient workings 

( „ ) „ n » » workings 

(..),, „ » into „ 

( „ ) the ancient workings 

( „ ) „ open , s 

( „ ) „ surface „ 

have ( — ) men working 

in the ancient wor. 

(in ) the intermediate w orkings 

( ,, ) „ lower workings 

(„) „ old „ 

(„) „ upper „ 

( ,, ) „ workings 

inspected the workings 

„ „ ,, with following result 

is there any improvement in the workings and 
new workings [developments 

no ancient workings in the neighbourhood 
numerous ancient workings 
old workings 
,. „ full of water 

„ have caved in 
„ „ „ ,, and are inaccessible 

„ „ quite exh;> 

on account of the ancient workings 
„ „ „ extent of the ancient workings 

f , the ancient workings 
opening new ground for the deeper workings 
owing to workings having caved in 
passed quite out of regions of ancient workii. 
plan(s) and section(s) of workings 
samples taken from ancient workings 

„ „ various „ 
through all the workings 
under the ancient workings 
„ old workings 
„ workings 
underground working (s) 
what nre the estimated working costs 
„ working expenses 
is the cost of work 
„ „ depth of the . acient workings 
„ „ extent „ „ „ 

working against 

„ cordially with 
„ day and night 
m .. only 
„ expenses 
„ facilities are 
„ in the wrong direction 
workings are ( — ) feet deep 
„ looking 

workmen (man) (ship) (like) 

v7orld 

worn S« Wear 

worry (ies) (ied; (ing) 

wo^r (tiian) 

jch worse (than) 
if not worse (than) 
„ worse (ths 
is it worse (than) 
„ likely to be worse (than) 
little worse (than) 



much 



not 

rather ., ( „ 
that is „ ( „ 
ind worse 
worst, 
by fa: the worst 



Worst — cent 



2*0 

ABABY — This cipher i 

expect (s) the worst 
what is „ M 
worst thing 
worth (ily) 
if not worth 
,, worth 

is it worth while (to) 
it is „ „ („) 
nominally worth 
not worth 

„ „ while (to) 
that is worth 
they are (it is) worth 
this is worth 

what is it (are they) worth 
worth about 
„ while 
worthless (ness) 
would 

but would 

by which they (he, she, it) would 

how they (he, she, it) would 

„ we (I) would 

N would they (he, she, it) 

» i, you 

„ you would 
if they (he, she, it) would 
»> »» ( » » »») tt not 
„ we (I) would 
ii .1 (»•) ii not 
„ you would 
ii !• i> not 
that they (he, she, it) would 

II II \ ii >> u) r« not 

„ we (I) would 

ii ii (h) n not 

„ would 

»> it not 

„ you would 

ii ii it not 
there would 

'i »» not 
these „ 

•i ii not 
they (he, she, it) would 



Yekoj— Yicco 

it is desired to complete a code 
Worst — cont. 



not 
perhapj 



not 



this would 

ii it 

those „ 

ii ii not 
though there would 
ii ii i, not 
„ they (he, she, it) would 
a n ( ii ii ) H not 
„ we (I) would 
ii >i U i> not 
„ you would 
n ii ii not 
unless they (he, she, it) would 
,, we (I) would 
„ you would 
we (I) would 
•» di) ii not 
ii (») ii perhaps 
what they (he, she, it) would 
„ we (I) would 
„ would 

„ „ they (he, she, it) 
» h we (I) 
ii it 

H you would 
wheu they (lie, she, it) would 
„ we (I) would 



veszi 

vetan 

vet bo 

vetcu 

vetdy 

vetep 

vetfa 

vetge 

vethi 

vetir 

vetos 

vetut 

vetyv 

veuch 

veuls 

veunf 

veurd 

veusp 

veuxt 

vevap 

vever 

vevis 

vevju 

vevky 

vevla 

vevme 

vevni 

vevot 

vevpo 

vevuv 

vevyx 

vewsy 

vexar 

vexit 

vexov 

vexru 

vexta 



vexyx 

vexzo 

veybs 

veyck 

veygd 

veyrh 

veytl 

vera 

vexcy 

vezda 

vezet 

vezfe 

vezgi 

vezho 

veziv 

vezox 

vezuz 

vezyb 

viabs 

viarh 

viatl 

vibax 

vibez 

vibib 

viboc 

vibri 

vibso 

vibtu 

vibud 

vibvy 

vibwa 

vibyf 

vicar 

vicbi 



word of 10 letters. It has no meaning. See Pnfao*. 
when would they (he, she, it) Would — cont 

>. »i YOU 

„ you would 
which would 
ii i. not 

(whom) they (he, she, it) would 



., ( 

ft V II 

II \ I! 

• I ( II 

II ( N 

II ( I, 

II ( II 

II \ It 

who would 

ii ii 

why „ 



) i» v ii ii ) 

) we (I) would 

) i, („) ,, not 

) would they (he, she, it) 

) ,, we (Ij 

) ,, you 

) you would 

) „ „ not 

not 



nu 



V/ovld — coni. i vtcco 



not 

„ „ they (he, she, it) not 

„ „ you not 
would a (au) 

„ any (anyone, anything, anybody) 
if 

ii no 

,, not 

,. our(s) (my, mine) 

„ perhaps 

i. the 

„ their(s) (his, her(s), its) 

„ there 

M >i not 

„ they (tie, she, it) 

-, it ( ti t, ) not 

ii very 

•i we (I) 

it ii (i») not 

„ you 

»i », not 

„ your(s) 
you would 
it ii not 
wound(s) (ed) (ing) 
wrap(s) (ped) (ping) 
wreck(s) (ed) (ing) 
wrecked, cargo lost 

„ „ partially saved 

M .i safe 

n {>assengers lost 
it ii saved 

„ total loss 
wreckage 
writ(s) (against) 
issue writ (against) 
issued „ ( „ ) 
write(s) (ing) (wrote) (to) 

have been requested by ( — ) to ask you to write to 
they (he, she) wiite(s) [them (him, her) as to 

will write in detail 
write fully 

„ immediately 

„ them (him, her) 

„ as (me) 

>t you 
you write 
writing fully 
write(s) (ing) down 
write (ing) off" 

„ off for depreciation 

„ „ half-year 
writing off an amount of 
write (ing) up 
written (to) 

at the request of ( — ) we (I) have written as follows ta 
have (has) not written 
„ they (has he, she) writ! Written— co»U 



Vicdu— Yiutg 






have you written 

written down 

written off 

amount written off 

less written off 

written off for half-year 

written up 

wrong fly) 

in the wrong 

is anything wrong with 

„ it wrong (to) 

it ifi not wrong (to) 
„ wronfr (to) 

nothing wrong 

quite „ 

very „ (to) 

what is „ 

wrongful (ly) 

wrote 

X 

Y 

yard(s) (of) 

(at) per yard 

cubic yard(s) 

square „ 

year(s) 

about beginning of next year 
„ middle ,, „ 
„ the beginning of the year 
„ ,, er.d of the year 
„ ,, middle of the year 

before the end of the half-year 
w year 

corresponding period last year 

during the yeax 

each year 

early next year 

every year 

first half of the year 

for a year 

„ the half-year ending 
,, „ year ending 
,i (— ) years 

from year to year 

how many years 

in the middle of the year 

i. ,t year 

„ (— ) year(s) 

last year 

less than last year 

more than last year 

next year 

second half of the year 

since last year 

spreading over ( — ) yean 

this year 

up to end of half-year 
„ „ year 

year by year 
j 1800 and 
I 1900 M 

I J 9 01 
j 1902 

*9<>3 

. 

1905 
1906 
1907 

1908 

1910 

191 r 
1912 
1913 
1914 



Written — eottt. 


vilni 


I915 Y©f.!\i)- -yont 




vilom 


1916 




vilpo 


1917 




vilun 


1918 




vilyp 


1919 




vimak 


1920 




vimel 


1921 




vimim 


192a 




vimon 


1923 




vimsa 


1924 




vimte 


1925 




vimup 


yearly 




vimvi 


half-yearly 




vimwo 


yellow ground 




vimyr 


„ „ is j ielding ( — ) carats per hundred 




vimsu 


yen(s) [loads 




vinal 


in yen 




vinby 


yes 


S00 Write 


vinde 


yesterday 




vinfi 


yet Set .«; 




vingo 


as yet 




vinhu 


not as yet 




vinin 


» yet 




vinur 


yet after 




viocs 


„ as 




vioft 


, soon as 




viorv 


, neither 




viosk 


,, our(s) (my, mine) 




vipam 


„ still 




vipen 


„ that (those) 




vipip 


k the 




vipjy 


„ their(s) (his, her(s), its) 




vipka 


„ they (he, she, it) 




vipte 


-., this (these) 




viptai 


,. we (I) 




vipno 


„ whilst 




vipor 


■', you 




vipus 


„ your(s) 




vipyt 


yield(s) (ed) (ing) 




viran 


an increased yield 




virep 


approximate „ is 




virir 


calculated to yield 




viros 


can you not increase the yield 




virra 


decrease in yield 




virse 


estimate the yield at 




virti 


» mm (— ) per ton 




virut 


M MM (— ) .» W * ffl ' , !' n ? '^U 1 » f 




virvo 


M M (— ) OZS. 




virxu 


gross yield 




viryv 


maintain yield 




virzy 


net yield 




visap 


past ,, 




visba 


present 




visdi 


rate of 




viser 


total yiei 1 




visgn 


what is the yield 




visis 


yield can be maintained 




visot 


„ cannot be maintained 




visuv 






visyx 


„ nothing 




vitar 


M Of 




vites 


,, per ton 




vitit 


„ „ decimal ( — ) of an ounce 




vitja 


,, will be maintained 




vitke 


„ ,, not be maintained 




vitli 


jielded ( — ) tons per month 




vitmo 


yielding ( — ) carats 




vitnu 


„ (— ) ozs. 




vitov 


„ ( — ) per cent. 




vitpy 


„ (— ) „ ton 




vityz 


you 




viuhr 


fox you 




viukt 


not for you 




viuaz 


m you 


) — cent. 


yints 


7« 



222 



Vivas — Yoetl 



you not to 

„ to 
young 

youn: vr (than) v 

youn 

your 

for your 

not for your 

» your 
of your 
to „ 
your own 
yours 
lor yours 
not for yours 

„ yours 
of yours 
b „ 

yourself (ves) 
iirself (ves) 
not for yourself (ves) 

„ yourself (ves) 
to yourself (ves) 

youth (ful) 

Z 

zeal (ous) (ously) 

Seehan 
zinc 

carbonate of zinc 
granulated zinc 
metallic zinc 
silicate of zinc 
zinc blende 
„ process 
zone(s) 

auriferous zone 

have struck a poor zone 

„ „ rich „ 

per zone 

(the) mineral zone 
what is the extent of the zone 
within the mineral zone 
without „ „ „ 

zone valuation 
ist zone 
2nd „ 
3rd „ 
4th „ 



You 






vobal 




vobbe 




vobci 




vobdo 




vobfu 




vobgy 




vobha 




vobin 




vobop 




vobur 




vobys 




vocam 




vocip 




vocje 




vocki 




voclo 




vocmu 




vocny 




vocor 




vocpa 




vocus 




vocyt 




vodan 




vodir 




vodos 




vodre 
vodsi 






vodto 




vodut 




vodvu 




voclwy 


vodyv 


vodza 




voebs 




voeck 


\ 1 ' ;6 


voerh 




voetl 





¥oia|h-YoJbo 



223 



▼ofap 

vofbi 

vofco 

vofdu 

voffy 

vofga 

vofis 

yofot 

vofuv 

vofyx 

rogar 

▼ogit 

vogji 



vogko 


voglu 




vogmy 




vogna 




vogov 




vogpe 




vogux 




vogyz 




vohiv 




vohox 




vohri 




vohso 





vohtu 
vohuz 
vohvy 
vohxa 
vohyb 
vohre 
voidt 



voips 



vojat 

vojbo 



▼ojou— Yomiio 
ABAB¥ — This cipher i !e a code word of zo letters. H has no meaning. See Preface. 

■ 

vojdy 

vojge 

vojbi 

vojix 

vojoz 

vojub 

vojyc 

rokav 

vokix" 

vokjo 

vokku 

vokma 
vokne 

vokob 

vokpi 

vokuc 

vokyd 

volax 

volib 

voloc 

volro 

volsu 

volty 

volva 



volxe 
volyf 



olzi 



vomaz 
vombu 
vomcy 
vomda 
vomeb 
vomfc 
vomgi 



vombo 



Yomic— Yorig 



225 



voraod 



vomuf 



vomyg 

vonab 
vonec 
vonju 
vonky 



vonla 



vonof 
vonpo 
vonug 
vonyb 
voogn 



voohs 



voolf 



vopac 



voped 
vopif 
vopog 
vopru 



vopsy 



vopta 



vopuh ; 
vopve 
vopwi 
vopyj I 



vopzo 



vorby 



vorde 



voref 



vorfi 



vorgo 
vorig 



226 



Yoroh— Yo^hy 



ITovik— Yozzy 



227 



vovik 



vovol 



vovyn 
vowek 



vowja 



vowli 



228 

ABABY — This cipher is for 



fa per cent. 

A ,. 



A 

A 

A 

J 

A 

if 

7 

44 

44 
ft 
M 



■2 8 

S3 

I 

3* 

H 

if 
H 

84 

i 

*A 
i4 
»A 
ij 

*A 

if 

*A 

iA 

i| 
iH 
if 
i*8 

ij 
Mil 

2 

24 

2J 

2| 

2* 

2| 

2f 

25 

3 

34 

31 

3? 

34 

3* 

3i 

34 

4 

44 

4* 

43 

44 

4» 

4? 

41 

5 

54 

5i 

5i 



Yraaj— Yyarv 

mm o;>/y «//«!« it is desired to complete a code word of io 
PERCENTAGES. 



letters. It has no meaning. See Pr*f*«s. 



vuhre 


54 


vuhsi 


5i 


vuhux 


5i 


vuhvu 


54 


vuhxy 


6 


vuhyz 


64 


vuhza 


64 


vuibs 


63 


vuick 


64 


vuigd 


61 


vuirh 


6J 


vuitl 


6f 


vuj as 


7 


vuj bi 


74 


vujdu 


7\ 


vujet 


7? 


vujfy 


74 


vujga 


71 


vuj he 


7\ 


vukat 


74 


vukev 


8 


vukix 


84 


vukji 


H 


vuklu 


8| 


vukmy 


8* 


vukua 


8| 


vukoz 


8| 


vukpe 


84 


vukub 


9 


vukyc 


94 


vulav 


94 


vulex 


9i 


vuliz 


94 


vulob 


9« 


vulri 


9l 


vultu 


94 


vuluc 


IO 


vulvy 


loj 


vulxa 


ioj 


vulyd 


iof 


vulze 


II 


vumax 


»4 


vumcu 


III 


vumdy 


Ilf 


vumez 


12 


vumfa 


S2 \ 


vumge 


12* 


vumhi 


I2| 


vumib 


13 


vumoc 


I3f 


vumud 


134 


vumyf 


I3l 


vunaz 


14 


vuneb 


144 


vunic 


144' 


vunku 


Mi 


vunly 


15 


vunma 


154 


vunne 


16 


vunod 


i64 


vunpi 


r 7 


vunuf 


17V 


vunyg 


18" 


vuodt 


184 


vuonx 


19 


vuops 


194 


vuorm 


20 


vupab 


21 


vupec 


22 


vupid 


22 J 


vupof 


23 


vupsu 


24 


vupty 


25 


vupug 


a6 


vupva 


27 



vupwe 

vupyh 

vupzi 

vurac 

vuibu 

vurcy 

vurda 

vured 

vurfe 

vurgi 

vurho 

vurif 

vurog 

vuruh 

vuryj 

vusad 

vusef 

vusig 

vusla 

vusme 

vusni 

vusoh 

vusyk 

vutaf 

vuteg 

vutih 
vutoj 

vutru 

vutsy 

vutta 

vutuk 

vutve 

vutwi 

vutyl 

vuugo 

vuuhs 

vuulf 

vuvag 

vuvca 

vuvde 

vuveh 

vuvfi 

vuvhu 

vuvok 

vuvul 

vuvym 

vuwej 

vuwik 

vuxah 

vuxjy 

vuxka 

vuxle 

vuxmi 

vuxno 

vuxol 

vuxpu 

vuxum 

vuxyn 

vuyft 

vuyrnn 

vuyrv 

vuzaj 

vuzek 

vuzom 

vuzry 

vuzsa 

vuzte 

vuzun 

vuzvi 

vuzyp 

vuzzu 

vyacs 

vyaft 

vyamn 

vyarv 



28 pnr 

29 

3o 

31 

32 

33 

334 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 
40 

4i 

42 

43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 

49 
50 
5i 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
66| 

67 
68 

69 
70 

71 
72 
73 

74 
75 
76 

77 
78 

79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 



90 

91 

92 

93 

94 
95 
96 
97 
98 

99 
100 



cent 



Yyask— Waiii an 



WEIGHTS, 



I grain 




vyjko 


2 grains 




vyjlu 


3 .. 






vyjmy 


4 » 






vyjna 


5 M 






vyjob 


6 „ 






vyjuc 


7 ,, 






vyjyd 


8 „ 






vykez 


9 H 






vykib 


io „ 






vykoc 


ii .. 






vykri 


12 „ 






vykso 


13 .. 






vyktu 


14 >. 






vykud 


15 .. 






vykvy 


16 „ 






vykwa 


17 » 






vykyf 


18 „ 






vylbi 


19 M 






vylco 


ao „ 






vyldu 


21 „ 






vyleb 


22 „ 






vylfy 


23 » 






vylga 


I dwt 






vylhe 


I n 


2 grs. 


vylic 


I .- 


4 


11 


vylod 


I ,. 


6 


„ 


vyluf 


I H 


8 


n 


vylyg 


I » 


10 


„ 


vymec 


I ., 


12 


t» 


vymid 


I » 


14 


n 


vymjo 


I » 


16 


„ 


vymku 


I N 


18 


19 


vymly 


I » 


20 


M 


vymma 


I •> 


22 


>» 


vymne 


2 dwts. 




vymof 


2 i. 


2 


grs. 


vympi 


2 „ 


4 


»i 


vymug 


2 „ 


6 


>> 


vymyh 


2 » 


8 


» 


vyned 


a „ 


10 


11 


vynif 


a „ 


12 


M 


vynog 


a „ 


14 


N 


vynro 


a „ 


16 


II 


vynsu 


a „ 


18 


„ 


vynty 


2 „ 


20 


If 


vynuh 


a h 


22 


ft 


vynva 


3 » 






vynxe 


3 n 


a 


grs. 


vynyj 


3 .. 


3 


„ 


vynzi 


3 » 


n 


vyobs 


3 M 


8 


u 


vyock 


3 N 


10 


11 


vyogd 


3 .. 


12 


„ 


vyorh 


3 .. 


14 


„ 


vypbo 


3 » 


16 


„ 


vypcu 


3 M 


18 


„ 


vypdy 


3 >. 


20 


„ 


vypef 


3 H 


22 


>> 


vypfa 


4 •• 






vypge 


4 » 


2 


grs. 


vyphi 


4 .. 


4 


I! 


vypig 


4 .. 


6 


I> 


vypoh 


4 » 


8 


„ 


vypnj 


4 .. 


10 


M 


vypyk 


4 .. 


12 


n 


vyreg 


4 » 


14 


„ 


vyrih 


4 » 


16 


„ 


vyrju 


4 .. 


18 


„ 


vyrky 


4 .. 


20 


i> 


\ yi !a 


4 ., 


22 


•1 


vyrme 


5 .. 






vyrni 


5* .. 






vyroj 


5* .» 






vyruk 


5i •• 






vyryl 



6 dwts. 
6* „ 
6* » 
6| „ 

7 », 
7k >i 
l\ ,, 
7\„ 

8 „ 
H ., 

H „ 

8} „ 

9 .1 
9i .1 
9* ,. 
9l » 

i) 

oj „ 

1 „ 
i*„ 

2 ,1 

2} „ 

3 .. 
3i ., 

4 » 
4k .1 

5 « 
5* >i 

6 „ 
6| „ 

7 >i 

7 2 ii 

8 ., 
8*„ 

9 »i 
oz. 



1 dwt. 

2 dwts. 

3 » 

4 .. 

5 » 

6 „ 

7 .» 



, 11 1. 

, 12 „ 

» 13 » 

. 14 » 

, 15 » 

, 16 „ 

. 17 » 

, 18 „ 

19 » 

2 ozs. 

2 „ 2 dwts. 

a „ 4 „ 

2 i) 6 „ 

2 „ 8 „ 

2 

2 
2 



n IO 
11 12 

» 14 
>i 16 

„ 18 



2 dwts. 
4 .. 

6 n 
8 „ 



JO 

12 

. 14 
, 16 

, 18 



vyseh 

vysij 

vysok 

vysru 

vyssy 

vysta 

vysul 

vysve 

vyswi 

vysym 

vyszo 

vytbu 

vytik 

vytol 

vytum 

vytyn 

vyudt 

vyulb 

vyunx 

vyups 

vyurm 

vyvek 

vyvil 

vyvjy 

vyvka 

vyvle 

vyvmi 

vyvno 

vyvom 

vyvpu 

vyvyp 

vywak 

vyxel 

vyxim 

vyxon 

vyxte 

vyxup 

vyxvi 

vyxwo 

vyxyr 

vyxzu 

vyzby 

vyzca 

vyzde 

vyzem 

vyzfi 

vyzgo 

vyzhu 

vyzop 

vyzur 

vyzys 

waadt 

waalb 

waanx 

waaps 

waarm 

wabac 

wabed 

wabif 

wabog 

wabry 

wabsa 

wabte 

wabuh 

wabvi 

wabwo 

wabyj 

wabzu 

wacad 

wacca 

wacde 

wacef 

wacfi 

wacgo 

wachu 



4 ozs. 
4.1 ,. 
4* » 
4i.. 

5 ., 
5* .. 
5i » 
5t» 

6 „ 
61 „ 
6| „ 

-6J „ 

7 -. 
71.. 
7l n 
7! .. 

8 „ 
8J„ 
8* „ 
8} „ 

9 » 
9l » 
9*» 
9i » 

10 „ 

11 » 

12 „ 

13 » 

14 » 

15 .. 

16 „ 

17 » 

18 „ 

19 » 

20 „ 

21 „ 

22 „ 

23 ,, 

24 ii 

25 » 

a lb. 
1 i> 

i* lbs 

2 n 

2* „ 

3 » 
3* » 

4 .. 
4* » 

5 »» 
5* ». 

6 „ 
6} „ 

7 .. 
7* .» 

8 ,, 
8J „ 

9 »» 
9* » 

10 „ 
10* „ 

11 ,. 
ii£ » 

12 „ 

12* „ 

13 .. 

i3i .» 

14 » 

14* i> 

15 » 

17 ,. 

i7i » 



wacig 16 lb 
wacoh 1 



wacuj 

wacyk 

wadaf 

wadeg 

wad in 

wadjy 

wadka 

wadle 

wadmi 

wad no 

wadoj 

wadpu 

waduk 

wadyl 

waehs 

waelf 

waemd 

wafag 

wafeh 

wafij 

wafok 

wafra 

wafse 

wafti 

waful 

wafvo 

wafwu 

wafym 

wafzy 

wagah 

wagce 

wagdi 

wagfo 

waggu 

waghy 

wagik 

wagol 

wagum 

wagyn 

wahaj 

wahek 

wahli 

wahom 

wahun 

wahyp 

waics 

waift 

waimn 

waisk 

wajak 

wajel 

wajirn 

wajon 

wajre 

wajst 

wajto 

wajup 

wajvu 

wajwy 

wajyr 

wajza 

wakal 

wakbs 

wakci 

wakdo 

wakem 

wakfu 

wakgy 

wakha 

wakin 

wakop 

wakur 

wakys 



19 
19J 

20 

20J 

21 

21* 

22 

22^ 

23 

23* 

24 

24* 

25 

25* 

26 

26* 

27 

27* 

1 qr. 

2 qrs, 

3 .» 

1 cwt. 
tons 



tons 



tons 



tons 



tons 



tons 



tons 



1 cwt. 

i^ cwts. 

I* ., 

if II 

2 n 

2 1, 

2l „ 

2* „ 

2\ „ 

3 .» 

3 .. 
3i » 
3i » 

3l » 

4 » 

4 » 
4i » 
4i .. 
43 » 

5 » 

5 » 
5i » 
5i » 
5^ .. 

6 „ 

6 „ 
0\ ,. 
61 „ 
63 „ 

7 » 
7 » 
7\ „ 
7l » 

7i „ 



tons 8 
., 8J 
„ 8* 
., Si 
9 

tons g 

» 9l 

,, 9i 

10 
tons 10 

11 
tons 11 

12 
tons 12 

13 



walam 

walcn 

walip 

walje 

walki 

wallo 

walmu 

walny 

walor 

walpa 

walus 

walyt 

waman 



229 



-) tons 13 cwts. 

14 

-) tons 14 

15 

-) tons 15 

16 

-) tons 16 

17 
-) tons 17 

18 
-) tons 18 

19 
-) tons 19 






W amcp — W ixoo 





wavzo 


1 


waxaz 




waxbu 


A 


waxcy 


7 


waxda 








waxfe 


a 


vvaxgi 


U 


waxlio 


H 


waxic 


It 


waxod 




waxuf 


n 


waxyg 


ii 


waybs 


il 


wayej 


if 


waygd 


H 


wayrh 


p 


waytl 


fi 


wazab 


M 


wazec 


|l 


wazid 


u 


wazju 


n 


wazky 


H 


wazla 


H 


wazme 


H 


wazni 


U 


wazof 


8 


wazpo 


U 


wazug 


a 


wazyh 


*i 


weabs 


fj 


weack 


SI 


weagd 


& 


wearh 


a 


weatl 


& 


webax 


^ 


webez 


9 


vveboc 


|i 


webri 


if 


webtu 


M 


webvy 


U 


webwa 


1! 


webyf 


Ii 


wecaz 


*i 


wecbi 


M 


wecco 


SI 


weceb 


H 


wecfy 


H 


wecga 


A 


weche 


A 


wecic 


A 


wecuf 


A 


wecyg 


A 


wedec 


H 


wedji 


H 


wedko 


tt 


wedlu 


* 


wedna 


1 


wedpe 


2 


vvedyh 


k 


weedt 


i 

i 


weelb 


| 


weenx 




weerm 


| 


wefac 


* 


vvefif 


* 


wefro 


8 


wefsu 


* 


wefty 


? 


wefuh 


? 


wefva 


( 


wefwe 


IS 

7 


wefyj 


S 


wefzi 


1 


wegbo 


1 


wegcu 



8 


wegdy 


I 


wegef 


3 


wegfa 


i 


wegge 


1 




I 


wegoh 


§ 


weguj 


a 


wegyk 


a 


wehaf 


A 


weheg 


A 


wehih 


ooo 


wchma 


OOI 


wehne 


iA 


wehoj 


I* 


wehpi 


iA 


wehuk 


Ii 


wehyl 


iA 


weign 


if 


weihs 


iA 


weilf 


I* 


weimd 


iA 


wejeh 


if 


wejij 


x« 


wejok 


If 


wejru 


Hi 


wejsy 


i* 


wejta 


ill 


wejul 


i or 2 


wejve 


002 


wejwi 


2A 


wejym 


2i 


wejzo 


2A 


wekah 


2j 


wekbu 


2A 


we key 


2S 


wekfe 


3^ 


wekgi 


4 


wekho 


«A 


wekol 


2& 


wekum 


a« 


wekyn 


z\ 


welaj 


«H 


welek 


2| 


welil 


■M 


welju 


2 or 3 


welky 


003 


welme 


3A 


welom 


3i 


welpo 


3 3 

3ie 


welun 


3* 


welyp 


if 


wemak 


wemel 


If 


wemim 


wemon 


3A 


wemsa 


3g 


wemte 


3ti 


wemup 


3! 


wemvi 


3HI 


wemwo 


31 


wemjT 


3*1 


wemzu 


3 or 4 


wenal 


004 


wenca 


Jf 


wende 


wenem 


4 A 


wenfi 


4i 


wenhu 


4A 


wen in 


4t 


wenop 


4A 


wenur 


4* 


wenys 


4A 


weocs 


41 


weoft 


4« 


weorv 





NUMBERS. 




4i 


wcosk 


031 


wezki 


<n 


wepam 


032 


wezlo 


4i 


wepjy 


033 


wezmu 


4HI 


wepka 


034 


wezny 


4 or 5 


we pie 


035 


wezcb 


005 


wepmi 


036 


wezpa 


5i 


wepno 


o37 


wezuc 


5* 


wepor 


038 


wezyd 


5f 


weppu 


039 


whaax 


51 


wepus 


040 


whaez 


58 


wepyt 


041 


whair 


5! 


wcrep 


042 


whaos 


5i 


weros 


043 


whaut 


5 or 6 


werra 


044 


wheag 


006 


werse 


045 


wheeh 


6J 


werti 


046 


wheib 


6J 


wervo 


047 


wheoc 


6| 


werxu 


048 


wheud 


6i 


weryv 


049 


wheyf 


6f 


werzy 


050 


whian 


6| 


wesba 


051 


whiep 


6§ 


wesce 


052 


whiok 


6 or 8 


weser 


o53 


whoaz 


007 


wesfo 


o54 


whoot 


7i 


wesgu 


o55 


whouv 


7 t 


wesis 


056 


vvhoyx 


7\ 


wesuv 


o57 


whuah 


008 


wesyx 


058 


whyap 


8J 


wetes 


059 


whyik 


8j 


wetja 


060 


wh)'ol 


8| 


wetke 


061 


whyum 


8 or 10 


wetli 


062 


wjach 


009 


wetmo 


063 


wials 


9i 


wetnu 


064 


wianf 


9* 


wetov 


065 


wiard 


9l 


wetpy 


066 


wiasp 


010 


wetux 


067 


wiaxt 


ioi 


wetyz 


068 


wibab 


io\ 


weubr 


069 


wibec 


iof 


weukt 


070 


wibid 


10 or 12 


weunz 


071 


wibof 


10 or 15 


weuts 


072 


wibru 


on 


wevas 


073 


wibsy 


nk 


wevet 


074 


wibta 


"J 


weviv 


075 


vvibug 


lit 


wevox 


076 


wibve 


012 


wevsi 


077 


wibwi 


12* 


wevto 


078 


wibyb 


013 


wevuz 


079 


wibzo 


134 


wewu 


080 


wicac 


014 


wevwy 


081 


wicbu 


14* 


wevyb 


082 


wiccy 


015, 


wevza 


083 


wicda 


15* 


wexat 


084 


wiced 


15 or 20 


wexbe 


085 


wicfe 


016 


wexci 


086 


wicgi 


i6i 


wexdo 


087 


wicho 


017 


wexev 


088 


wicif 


i7i 


wexfu 


089 


wicog 


018 


wexgy 


090 


wicub 


i8£ 


wexha 


091 


wicyj 


019 


wexix 


092 


widad 


igh 


wexoz 


093 


widef 


020 


wexub 


094 


widig 


20 or 25 


wexyc 


095 


widla 


021 


weych 


096 


widni 


022 


weyls 


o97 


widoh 


023 


weynf 


098 


widuj 


024 


weyrd 


099 


widyk 


025 


weysp 


100 


wiebs 


026 


weyxt 


ZOI 


wieck 


027 


wezav 


102 


wiegd 


028 


wezex 


103 


wierh 


029 


weziz 


104 


wietl 


030 


wezje 


105 


wifaf 



106 
107 
lot' 
109 
no 
III 

112 

"3 
114 

115 
Il6 

117 
Il8 

"9 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 

125 

126 
127 
128 
129 

l 3 o 

131 
132 

133 
134 
135 
I36 

137 
138 
139 
I4O 
141 
I42 

M3 

I44 

145 
I46 

147 
I48 
149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
156 
157 
158 
159 
l6o 
l6l 
l62 
163 
164 
165 
166 
167 
168 
169 
I70 
171 
172 

173 

174 

175 
r/6 
177 
I78 
179 
l80 



wifeg 

wifih 

wifoj 

wifry 

wifsa 

wifte 

wifuk 

wifvi 

wifwo 

wifyl 

wifzu 

wigag 

wigca 

wigde 

wigeh 

wigfi 

wighu 

wigij 

wigok 

v.igul 

wigym 

wihah 

wihik 

wihjy 

vvihka 

wihle 

wihmi 

wihno 

wihol 

wihpu 

wihum 

wihyn 

wijaj 

wijek 

wijil 

wijom 

wijra 

wijse 

wijti 

wijun 

wijvo 

wijwu 

wijyp 

wijzy 

wikak 

wikba 

wikce 

wikdi 

wikel 

wikfo 

wikgu 

wikhy 

wikim 

wikon 

wikup 

wikyr 

wilal 

v/ilem 

wilin 

wilja 

wilke 

willi 

wilmo 

wilnn 

wilop 

wilpy 

wilur 

wilys 

wimatn 

wimen 

wimip 

wimor 

wimre 

wimsi 

wimto 



Ploasc net: tlLet ANY 



Examples. — wutcawaybs=77l,ooi — waybswutca=i,77i. 



181 

182 

183 
184 

185 
1S0 
187 
188 
189 
190 
191 
192 

193 
194 

195 
196 
197 
198 
199 
200 
201 
202 
203 
204 
205 
206 
207 
208 
209 
210 
211 
212 
213 
214 

215 

216 
217 
218 
219 
220 
221 
222 
223 
224 
225 
226 
227 
228 
229 
230 
231 
232 
233 
234 
235 
236 

237 
23S 

239 

240 

241 

242 

24 

244 

245 

246 

247 
248 
249 
250 

251 
252 
253 
254 
255 



wimus 

wimvu 

wimwy 

wimyt 

wimza 

wind 

winfu 

winha 

winir 

winth 

winut 

wiogn 

wiohs 

wiolf 

wiomd 

wipew 

wipis 

wipki 

wiplo 

wipmu 

wipny 

wipot 

wippa 

wipuv 

wipyx 

wirar 

wirit 

wirov 

wirri 

wirso 

wirtu 

wirux 

wirvy 

wirxa 

wiryz 

wirze 

wisas 

wisbi 

wisdu 

wiset 

wisfy 

wisga 

wisiv 

wisox 

wisyb 

witev 

witix 

witji 

witko 

witlu 

witna 

witpe 

wityc 

wiucs 

wiuft 

wiuma 

wiurv 

wiusk 

wives 

wivro 

W1VSU 

wivtj' 

wivva 

wivwe 

wivyd 

wixax 

wixbo 

wixcu 

wixdy 

wixez 

wixfa 

wixge 

wixhi 

wixib 

wixoc 



anaiai trom I to i,m.M« and ANY f-aotientj nomber from 1-M to 1,0*0 may to sent is en* wortL Kssy ox ttwe« 
»sy t>e eeat is b«U » word. 



Wixud— Wydub 

NUMBERS-^wrw^rf. 



231 



wixud 

wixyf 

wizaz 

wizeb 

wizic 

wizku 

wizly 

wizma 

wizne 

>vizod 

wizpi 

wizuf 

wizyg 

woahr 

woakt 

woanz 

woats 

wobap 

wober 

wobis 

wobji 

wobko 

woblu 

wobmy 

wobna 

wobot 

wobpe 

wobuv 

wobyx 

wocar 

woces 

wocit 

wocov 

wocri 

wocso 

woctu 

wocux 

wocvy 

wocwa 

wocyz 

wocze 

wodas 

wodbi 

wodco 

woddu 

wodet 

wodfy 

wodga 

wodhe 

wodiv 

wodox 

woduz 

wodyb 

woech 

woels 

woenf 

woerd 

woesp 

woext 

wo fat 

wofev 

wofix 

wofjo 

wofly 

wofma 

wofne 

wofoz 

wofpi 

wofub 

vvofyc 

wogav 

wogex 

wogiz 

wogob 

wogro 



331 


wogsu 


406 


wonvi 


481 


woxre 


556 


wudbe 


631 


wul fa 


706 


wimlb 


332 


wogty 


407 


wonxo 


482 


woxto 


557 


wudci 


632 


wulge 


707 


wuunx 


333 


woguc 


408 


wonyl 


483 


woxus 


558 


wudes 


633 


wulhi 


70S 


wuups 


334 


wogwe 


409 


wonzu 


484 


woxvu 


559 


wudfu 


634 


wulid 


709 


wuurm 


335 


wogyd 


410 


woodt 


485 


woxwy 


560 


wudgy 


635 


wulof 


710 . 


wuvak 


336 


wohax 


411 


woolb 


486 


woxyt 


56i 


wudha 


636 


wulug 


711 


wuyel 


337 


wohbo 


412 


woonx 


487 


woxza 


562 


wudit 


637 


wulyh 


712 


wuvim 


333 


wohcu 


413 


woops 


488 


woycs 


563 


wudov 


638 


wumac 


713 


wuvja 


339 


wohdy 


414 


woorm 


489 


woyft 


564 


wudux 


639 


wumed 


714 


wuvli 


34° 


wohez 


415 


wopag 


490 


woymn 


565 


wudyz 


640 


wumif 


715 


wuvnu 


341 


wohfa 


416 


wopby 




vvoyrv 


566 


wufas 


641 


wumju 


716 


wuvon 


342 


wohge 


417 


wopca 


492 


woysk 


567 


wufet 


642 


wumla 


717 


wuvpy 


343 


wohhi 


418 


wopde 


493 


wozan 


568 


wufiv 


643 


vvumme 


718 


wuvup 


344 


wohib 


419 


wopeh 


494 


wozbe 


569 


\vufji 


644 


wumni 


719 


wuvyr 


345 


wohoc 


420 


wopfi 


495 


wozci 


57o 


wuilu 


645 


wumog 


720 


wuxal 


346 


wohud 


421 


wopgo 


496 


wozdo 


57i 


wufmy 


646 


wumuh 


721 


wuxem 


347 


wohyf 


422 


wophu 


497 


wozep 


572 


wufna 


647 


wumyj 


722 


wuxin 


348 


woick 


4 2 3 


vvopij 


498 


wozfu 


573 


wufox 


648 


wunad 


723 


wuxop 


349 


woigd 


424 


wopok 


499 


wozgy 


574 


wufpe 


649 


wunef 


724 


wuxra 


35o 


woirh 


425 


wopul 


500 


wozha 


575 


wufuz 


650 


vvunig 


725 


wuxti 


35i 


woitl 


426 


wopym 


501 


wozir 


576 


wufyb 


651 


wunoh 


726 


wuxur 


352 


wojaz 


427 


worah 


502 


wozos 


577 


wugat 


652 


wunru 


727 


vvuxwu 


353 


vrojeb 


428 


worik 


503 


wozut 


573 


wugev 


653 


wunsy 


728 


wuxys 


354 


wojic 


429 


worja 


504 


wozyv 


579 


wugix 


654 


wunta 


729 


wuxzy 


355 


wojky 


430 


worke 


5o5 


wraaz 


580 


wugoz 


655 


wunuj 


730 


vvuygn 


356 


wojla 


43i 


wormo 


506 


wraer 


58i 


wugri 


656 


wunxi 


731 


wuyhs 


357 


wojme 


432 


wornu 


507 


wrais 


582 


wugtu 


657 


wunyk 


732 


wuylf 


358 


wojni 


433 


worol 


508 


wraot 


583 


wugub 


658 


wuock 


733 


wuymd 


359 


wojod 


434 


worpy 


5°9 


wrauv 


534 


wugvy 


659 


wuogd 


734 


wuzam 


360 


wojpo 


435 


worum 


5io 


vvrayx 


585 


wugwa 


660 


wuorh 


735 


wuzba 


361 


wojuf 


436 


woryn 


5" 


wreah 


536 


wugyc 


661 


wuotl 


736 


wuzce 


362 


wojyg 


437 


wosaj 


512 


wriap 


537 


wugze 


.662 


wupaf 


737 


wuzdi 


363 


wokab 


433 


wosek 


513 


wriol 


588 


wtihav 


663 


wupbu 


733 


wuzen 


364 


wokec 


439 


wosil 


5*4 


wroar 


589 


wuhbi 


664 


wupcy 


739 


wuzgu 


365 


wokid 


440 


wosom 


515 


wroes 


590 


wuhdu 


665 


wupda 


740 


wuzhy 


366 


wokof 


441 


wosra 


5i6 


wroit 


59i 


wuhex 


666 


vvupeg 


74 1 


wuzip 


367 


wokru 


442 


v.'osse 


5i7 


wroov 


592 


wuhfy 


667 


wupfe 


742 


wuzor 


368 


woksy 


443 


wosti 


5i8 


wroux 


593 


wuhga 


668 


wupgi 


743 


wuzus 


369 


wokta 


444 


wcsun 


519 


wroyz 


594 


wuhhe 


669 


wupih 


744 


wuzyt 


370 


vvokug 


445 


wosvo 


520 


wruab 


595 


wuhiz 


670 


wupoj 


745 


wyagn 


37i 


wokve 


446 


woswu 


521 


wruec 


596 


wuhob 


671 


wupuk 


746 


wyahs 


372 


wokwi 


447 


wosyp 


522 


wruid 


597 


wuhuc 


672 


wupyl 


747 


wyalf 


373 


wokyh 


448 


woszy 


523 


vvruof 


593 


wuhyd 


673 


wurag 


748 


wybar 


374 


wokzo 


449 


wotak 


524 


wruug 


599 


wuich 


674 


wureh 


749 


wybes 


375 


wolac 


450 


wotba 


525 


wruyh 


600 


wuils 


675 


wurij 


750 


wybit 


376 


wolbu 


45i 


wotce 


526 


wryaj 


601 


wuinf 


676 


wurjy 


75i 


wybjo 


377 


wolcy 


452 


wotdi 


527 


wryek 


602 


wuird 


677 


wurka 


752 


wybku 


378 


wolda 


453 


wotel 


528 


wryil 


603 


\vuisp 


678 


wurle 


753 


wybly 


379 


woled 


454 


wotfo 


529 


wryom 


604 


wuixt 


679 


wurmi 


754 


wybina 


380 


wolgi 


455 


wotgu 


53o 


\vryun 


605 


wujax 


680 


v/urok 


755 


wybne 


38i 


wolho 


456 


wothy 


531 


wuacs 


606 


wujez 


6S1 


wurpu 


756 


wybov 


382 


wolif 


457 


wotim 


532 


wuaft 


607 


wujib 


682 


wurul 


757 


wybpi 


383 


wolks 


458 


woton 


533' 


wuamn 


608 


wujku 


683 


wurym 


753 


wybux 


384 


wolog 


459 


wotup 


534 


wuarv 


609 


wujly 


684 


wusah 


759 


wybyz 


385 


woluh 


460 


wotyr 


535 


wuask 


610 


wujma 


685 


wusik 


760 


wycas 


386 


wolyj 


461 


wougn 


536 


wuban 


611 


wujne 


686 


wusol 


761 


wycet 


387 


womad 


462 


wouhs 


537 


wubep 


6x2 


wujoc 


687 


wusry 


762 


wyciv 


388 


womef 


4 6 3 


woulf 


533 


wubir 


613 


wujpi 


688 


wussa 


763 


wycox 


389 


womig 


464 


woumd 


539 


wubje 


614 


wujud 


689 


wuste 


764 


wycro 


390 


womjy 


4 6 5 


woval 


540 


wubki 


615 


wnjyf 


690 


wusum 


765 


wycty 


391 


womle 


4 G5 


wovem 


54i 


wubmu 


616 


wukaz 


691 


wusvi 


766 


wycuz 


392 


wommi 


467 


wovin 


542 


wubny 


617 


wukeb 


692 


wusyn 


767 


wycva 


393 


womno 


468 


wovje 


543 


wubos 


618 


wukic 


693 


wuszu 


768 


wycwe 


394 


womoh 


469 


wovki 


544 


wubpa 


619 


wukod 


694 


wutaj 


769 


wycyb 


395 


wompu 


470 


wovlo 


545 


wubut 


620 


wuksu 


695 


wutby 


770 


wyczi 


396 


womuj 


47i 


wovmu 


546 


wubyv 




wukty 


696 


wutca 


771 


wydat 


397 


vvomyk 


472 


wovny 


547 


wucap 




wukuf 


697 


wutde 


772 


wyd bo 


398 


wonaf 


-173 


wovop 


548 


wucer 


623 


wukva 


698 


wutek 


773 


wydcu 


399 


vvoneg 


474 


wovpa 


549 


wucis 




wukwe 


699 


wutft 


774 


wyddy 


400 


wonih 


475 


wovur 


55o 


wucot 


6^5 


wukyg 


700 


wuthu 


775 


wydev 


401 


\\ onoj 


476 


wovys 


551 


wucuv 


626 


wukzi 


701 


wutil 


776 


wydge 


402 


wonry 


■177 


woxam 


552 


wucwy 


627 


wtilab 


702 


wutom 


777 


wydhi 


403 


wonsa 


478 


vvoxen 


553 


wucyx 


628 


wulcu 


703 


wutun 


778 


wydix 


404 


wonte 


479 


woxip 


554 


wuc/a 


629 


wuldy 


704 


wutyp 


779 


wydoz 


405 


wonuk 


480 


woxor 


555 


wudar 


630 


wulec 


705 


wuudt 


780 


wydub 



232 






Wydyc- 


-Ybvip 








ABABY— 1 h is cipher is for use 


only when it is desired to complete 


a code word 0/ 10 letters. It has no meaning. See Pret&9* 






NUMBERS— continued. 






ydyc 


856 


wyloh 


931 


wytha 


2,500 


ybgud 


70,000 


yecs 


857 


wyluj 


932 


wytin 


2,750 


ybgyf 


71,000 


yeft 


858 


wylyk 


933 


wytop 


3,000 


ybhaz 


72,000 


yemn 


859 


wymaf 


934 


wytur 


3,250 


ybheb 


73,000 


yerv 


860 


wymeg 


935 


wytys 


3,5oo 


ybhic 


74,000 


yfex 


861 


wymih 


936 


wyubs 


3,750 


ybhod 


75,000 


yfiz 


862 


wymja 


937 


wyuck 


4,000 


ybhuf 


76,000 


yfju 


863 


vvymke 


938 


wyurh 


4,250 


ybhyg 


77,000 


yfty 


864 


wymli 


939 


wyutl 


4,500 


ybise 


78,000 


yfla 


865 


wymmo 


940 


wyvam 


4,75o 


ybiti 


79,000 


yfme 


866 


wymnu 


941 


vvyven 


5,000 


ybixu 


80,000 


yfni 


867 


wymoj 


942 


wyvip 


6,000 


ybizy 


81,000 


yfob 


868 


wympy 


943 


wyvji 


7,000 


ybjab 


82,000 


yfpo 


869 


wymuk 


944 


wyvko 


8,000 


ybjec 


83,000 


yfuc 


870 


wymyl 


945 


wyvlu 


9,000 


ybjid 


84,000 


yfyd 


871 


wynag 


946 


wyvmy 


10,000 


ybjof 


85,000 


ygax 


872 


vvyneh 


947 


wyvna 


11,000 


ybjug 


86,000 


ygez 


873 


wynij 


948 


wyvor 


12,000 


ybjyh 


87,000 


ygib 


874 


wynok 


949 


wyvpe 


13,000 


ybkac 


88,000 


ygoc 


875 


wynra 


950 


wyvus 


14,000 


ybked 


89,000 


ygru 


876 


wynse 


951 


wyvyt 


15,000 


ybkif 


90,000 


ygsy 


877 


wynti 


95a 


wyxan 


16,000 


ybkog 


91,000 


ygta 


878 


wynul 


953 


wyxep 


17,000 


ybkuh 


92,000 


ygud 


879 


wynvo 


954 


wyxir 


18,000 


ybkyj 


93,ooo 


ygve 


880 


wynxu 


955 


wyxos 


19,000 


yblad 


94,000 


ygyf 


88 1 


wynym 


956 


wyxut 


20,000 


yblef 


95,000 


ygzo 


882 


wynzy 


957 


wyxwa 


21,000 


ybbg 


96,000 


yhaz 


883 


vvyoch 


958 


wyxyv 


22,000 


ybloh 


97,000 


yhbu 


884 


wyols 


959 


wyxze 


23,000 


ybluj 


98,000 


yhcy 


885 


wyonf 


960 


vvyzap 


24,000 


yblyk 


99,000 


yhda 


886 


wyord 


961 


wyzbi 


25,000 


ybmaf 


100,000 


yheb 


887 


wyosp 


962 


wyzco 


26,000 


ybmeg 


101,000 


yhfe 


888 


wyoxt 


9 6 3 


wyzdu 


27,0OO 


ybmih 


102,000 


yhgi 


889 


wypah 


964 


wyzer 


28,0O0 


ybmoj 


103,000 


yhho 


890 


wypba 


9f5 


wyzfy 


29,000 


ybmuk 


104,000 


yhic 


891 


wypce 


966 


wyzga 


3O,000 


ybmyl 


105,000 


yhod 


892 


wypdi 


967 


wyzis 


31,000 


ybnag 


106,000 


yhuf 


893 


wypfo 


968 


wyzot 


32,000 


ybneh 


107,000 


y h yg 


894 


wypgu 


969 


wyzuv 


33,000 


ybnij 


108,000 


yihr 


895 


wyphy 


070 


wyzyx 


34,000 


ybnok 


109,000 


yikt 


896 


wypik 


971 


ybace 


35,ooo 


ybnul 


110,000 


yinz 


897 


wypol 


972 


ybadi 


36,000 


ybnym 


111,000 


yits 


898 


wypum 


973 


ybagu 


37,000 


ybobe 


112,000 


yjab 


899 


wypya 


974 


ybahy 


38,000 


yboci 


113,000 


yjec 


900 


wyraj 


975 


ybbar 


39,000 


ybofu 


114,000 


yjid 


901 


wyrek 


976 


ybbes 


40,000 


ybogy 


115,000 


yjka 


902 


wyril 


977 


ybbit 


41,000 


ybpah 


116,000 


yjle 


9°i 


wyrje 


978 


ybbov 


42,000 


ybpik 


117,000 


yjmi 


904 


wyrki 


979 


ybbux 


43,ooo 


ybpol 


118,000 


yjno 


9°5 


wyrlo 


980 


ybbyz 


44,000 


ybpum 


119,000 


yjof 


906 


wyrmu 


981 


ybcas 


45,000 


ybpyn 


120,000 


yjpu 


907 


wyrny 


982 


ybcet 


46,000 


ybraj 


121,000 


yj"g 


908 


wyrom 


983 


ybciv 


47,000 


ybrek 


122,000 


yjyh 


9°9 


wyrpa 


984 


ybcox 


48,000 


ybril 


123,000 


ykac 


910 


wyrun 


985 


ybcuz 


49,000 


ybrom 


124,000 


yked 


911 


wyryp 


986 


ybcyb 


50,000 


ybrun 


125,000 


ykif 


912 


wysak 


987 


ybdat 


51,000 


ybryp 


150,000 


ykog 


913 


wysel 


9S8 


ybdev 


52,000 


ybsak 


175,000 


ykry 


914 


wysim 


989 


ybdix 


53,°oo 


ybsel 


200,000 


yksa 


915 


wyson 


990 


ybdoz 


54,000 


ybsim 


225,000 


ykte 


916 


wysre 


991 


ybdub 


55,ooo 


ybson 


250,000 


ykuh 


917 


wyssi 


992 


ybdyc 


56,000 


ybsup 


300,000 


ykvi 


918 


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993 


ybeke 


57,ooo . 


ybsyr 


350,000 


ykwo 


919 


wysup 


994 


ybeli 


58,000 


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400,000 


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920 


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995 


ybepy 


59>ooo 


ybtem 


450,000 


ykzu 


921 


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996 


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60,000 


ybtin 


500,000 


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923 


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997 


ybfex 


61,000 


ybtop 


600,000 


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923 


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998 


ybfiz 


62,000 


ybtur 


700,000 


rylca 


924 


wytal 


999 


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63,000 


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800,000 


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925 


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1,000 


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64,000 


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900,000 


rylef 


926 


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1,25° 


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65,000 


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1,000,000 


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927 


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1,500 


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66,000 


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2,000,000 


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928 


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i»75o 


ybgez 


67,000 


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3,000,000 


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929 


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2,000 


ybgib 


68,000 


ybven 


4,000,000 


lylig 


930 


wyt?y 


3,250 


ybgoc 


69,000 


ybvip 


5,000,000 



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2 11 3 


yjemu 


1 15 9 


yjtip 


2 11 6 


yjeny 


1 16 


yjtor 


2 11 9 


yjfax 


1 16 3 


yjtus 


2 11 10} 


yjfez 


z 16 6 


yjtyt 


2 12 


yjfib 


z 16 9 


yjuji 


2 12 3 


yjfoc 


z 16 10J 


yjuko 


2 12 6 


yjfud 


1 17 


yjulu 


2 12 9 


yjfyf 


1 17 3 


yjumy 


2 13 O 


yjgaz 


1 17 6 


yjuna 


2 13 ii 


yjgeb 


1 17 9 


yjupe 


2 13 3 


yjgic 


1 18 


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2 13 6 


yjgod 


1 18 1} 


yjvep 


2 13 9 


yjguf 


1 18 3 


yjvir 


2 14 


yjgyg 


1 18 6 


yjvos 


2 14 3 


yjhab 


1 18 9 


yjvut 


2 14 41 


yjhec 


1 19 


yjvyv 


2 14 6 


yjhid 


z 19 3 


yjwap 


2 14 9 


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1 19 4$ 


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1 19 6 


yjwis 


2 15 3 


yjhyb 


1 19 9 


yjwot 


2 15 6 


yjire 


200 


yjwuv 


2 15 7i 


yj'si 


203 


yjwyx 


2 15 9 


yjito 


206 


yjyri 


2 16 


yjivu 


2 7I 


yjyso 


2 16 3 


yjixy 


209 


yjytu 


2 16 6 



yjyvy 


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yjyxa 


2 


16 


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41 


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3 


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3 


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3 


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3 


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3 


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3 


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3 


7 


9 


yleva 


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3 


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3 


8 


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3 


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3 


8 


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3 


8 


9 


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yklup 


3 


9 





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yklyr 


3 


9 


3 


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ykmem 


3 


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3 13 
3 13 
3 13 
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3 13 
3 14 
3 14 
3 14 
3 14 
3 14 
3 15 
3 15 
3 15 
3 15 
3 15 
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STERLING — continual. 



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£6 7 


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6 10 





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6 u 


3 


yljur 


6 12 


6 


yljys 


6 13 


9 


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6 15 





ylkip 


6 16 


3 


ylkor 


6 17 


6 


ylkus 


6 18 


9 


ylkyt 


7 





yllep 


7 1 


3 


yllir 


7 a 


6 


yllos 


7 3 


9 


yllut 


7 5 





yllyv 


7 6 


3 


ylmer 


7 7 


6 


ylmis 


7 8 


9 


ylmot 


7 10 





ylmuv 


7 « 


3 


ylmyx 


7 12 


6 


ylnes 


7 13 


9 


ylnit 


7 15 





ylnov 


7 16 


3 


ylnux 


7 17 


6 


ylnyz 


7 18 


9 


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8 





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8 2 


6 


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8 3 


9 


yloni 


8 5 


c 


ylopo 


8 6 


3 


ylpet 


8 7 


6 


ylpiv 


8 8 


9 


ylpox 


8 10 





ylpoz 


8 11 


3 


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8 12 


6 


ylrev 


8 13 


9 


ylrix 


8 15 





ylroz 


8 16 


3 


ylrub 


8 17 


6 


ylryc 


8 18 


9 


ylsex 


9 


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9 1 


3 


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9 2 


6 


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9 3 


9 


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9 5 


c 


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9 6 


3 


yltib 


9 7 


6 


yltoc 


9 8 


9 


yltud 


9 10 





yltyf 


9 " 


3 


ylusy 


9 12 


6 


yluta 


9 13 


9 


yluve 


9 15 





yluxi 


9 16 


3 


yluzo 


9 17 


5 


ylveb 


9 18 


9 


yKic 


10 





ylvod 


10 2 


6 


ylvuf 


10 5 





ylvyg 


10 7 


6 


ylwec 


10 10 





yhvid 


10 12 


6 


ylwof 


10 15 





ylwug 


10 17 


6 


ylwyb 


11 


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ylybu 


11 2 


6 


ylycy 


" 5 


a 


ylyda 


11 7 


6 


ylyfe 


11 10 





yiygi 


11 12 


6 


ylyho 


11 15 





ylzed 


11 17 


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ylzog 
ylzuh 

yi*yj 

ymare 

ymasi 

ymato 

ymavu 

ymaxy 

ymaza 

ymhah 

ymbik 

ymbol 

ymbum 

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ymcaj 

ymcek 

ymcil 

ymcom 

ymcun 

ymcyp 

ymdak 

ymdel 

ymdim 

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ymdyr 

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ymeci 

ymedo 

ymefii 

ymegy 

ymeba 

ymfal 

ymfem 

ymfin 

ymfop 

ymfur 

ymfys 

ymgam 

ymgen 

ymgip 

ymgor 

ymgus 

ymgyt 

ymhan 

ymhep 

ymhir 

yrnhos 

ymhut 

ymhyv 

yraije 

ymiki 

ymilo 

jinimu 

yminy 

ymipa 

ymjap 

ymjer 

ymjis 

ymjot 

yrnjuv 

ymjyx 

ymkar 

ymkcs 

ymkit 

ymkov 

ynikux 

ymkyz 

ymlas 

ymlet 

ymliv 

ymlox 

ymlox 

ytnlyb 

ymmat 



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13 2 
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13 15 

13 17 

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14 2 
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14 7 
14 10 
14 12 

14 15 

14 17 

15 o 
15 2 
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15 10 
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15 15 

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16 o 
16 2 
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16 12 
16 15 

16 17 

17 o 

17 2 

17 5 
17 7 
17 10 
17 12 

17 15 

17 17 

18 o 
18 a 
18 5 
18 7 
18 10 
18 12 
18 15 

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19 o 
19 2 

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21 2 

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ympyf 

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ymsof 

ymsyh 

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ymted 

ymtif 

ymtog 

ymtyj 

ymubi 

ymuco 

ymudu 

ymufy 

ymuga 

ymuhe 

ymvad 

ymvef 

ymvig 

ymvoh 

ymvyk 

ymwaf 

ymweg 

ymwih 

ymwoj 

ymwuk 

ymwyl 

ymyji 

ymyko 

ymylu 

ymymy 

ymyna 

ymype 

ymzag 

ymzeh 

ymzij 

ymzok 

ymzym 

ynaru 

ynasy 

ynata 

ynave 

ynaxi 

ynazo 

ynbal 

ynbem 

ynbin 

ynbop 

ynbur 

ynbys 

yncam 

yncen 

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yncor 

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ABABT —Th is cipher 


idan 


£30 


T 7 


6 


idep 


3i 








idir 


3i 


2 


6 


ndos 


31 


5 





ndut 


31 


7 


6 


ndyv 


31 


to 





nebu 


3i 


12 


6 


nccy 


3i 


15 





neda 


3i 


17 


6 


nefe 


32 








negi 


32 


2 


6 


nebo 


32 


5 





nfap 


32 


7 


6 


nfer 


32 


10 





nfis 


32 


12 


6 


nfot 


32 


15 





nfuv 


32 


»7 


6 


nfyx 


33 








ngar 


33 


a 


6 


nges 


33 


5 





ngit 


33 


7 


6 


ngov 


33 


10 





ngux 


33 


1 a 


6 


ngyz 


33 


15 





□has 


33 


17 


6 


nhet 


34 








nhiv 


34 


2 


6 


nhox 


34 


5 





nhuz 


34 


7 


6 


nhyb 


34 


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niju 


34 


12 


6 


niky 


34 


15 





nila 


34 17 


6 


nime 


35 


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nini 


35 


2 


6 


nipo 


35 


5 





njat 


35 


7 


6 


njev 


35 


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njix 


35 


12 


6 


njoz 


35 


15 





njub 


35 


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njyc 


36 


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nkav 


36 


2 


6 


nkex 


36 


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nkiz 


36 


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6 


nkob 


36 


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nkuc 


36 


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6 


nkyd 


36 


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nlax 


36 17 


6 


nlez 


37 








nlib 


37 


2 


6 


nloc 


37 


5 





nlud 


37 


7 


6 


nlyf 


37 


10 





nmaz 


37 


12 


6 


nmic 


37 


15 





nmod 


37 17 


6 


nmuf 


38 








•nmyg 


38 


a 


6 


nnab 


38 


5 





nnid 


38 


7 


6 


nnof 


38 


30 





nnug 


38 


12 


6 


nnyh 


38 


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'nory 


38 


17 


6 


'nosa 


39 


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'.note 


39 


a 


6 


'novi 


39 


5 





-noxo 


39 


7 


6 


nozu 


39 


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npac 


39 


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6 


npif 


39 


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39 17 


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I 40 


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is for use only when it is desired to complete a code word of 10 letters. 
STERLING— continued. 



It »<w no meaning. See Prefao*. 



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ynrig 

ynroh 

ynruj 

ynryk 

ynsaf 

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ynsoj 

ynsuk 

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yntym 

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ynwek 

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ynwom 

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ynypu 

ynzak 

ynzim 

ynzon 

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ynzyr 

ypaby 

ypaca 

ypade 

ypafi 

ypago 

ypahu 

ypbap 

ypber 

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ypbuv 

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ypces 

ypcit 

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ypcux 

ypcyz 

ypdas 

ypdet 

ypdiv 

ypdox 

ypduz 

ypdyb 

ypejy 

ypeka 

ypele 

ypemi 

ypeno 

ypepu 

ypfat 

ypfev 



£40 5 





40 7 


6 


40 10 





40 12 


6 


40 15 





40 17 


6 


41 





41 a 


6 


4i 5 





41 7 


6 


41 10 





41 12 


6 


41 15 





41 17 


6 


42 O 





42 a 


6 


42 5 





43 7 


6 


42 10 


c 


42 12 


6 


42 15 





42 17 


6 


43 


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43 a 


6 


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43 7 


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43 10 


c 


43 ia 


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43 15 





43 17 


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44 





44 a 


6 


44 5 


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44 7 


6 


44 10 


c 


44 12 


G 


44 15 





44 17 


6 


45 


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45 2 


6 


45 5 


c 


45 7 


6 


45 10 


c 


45 12 


6 


45 15 





45 17 


6 


46 





46 2 


6 


46 5 





46 7 


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46 10 





46 12 


6 


46 15 


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46 17 


6 


47 


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47 2 


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47 5 





47 7 


6 


47 10 





47 12 


6 


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47 17 


6 


48 





48 a 


6 


48 5 





48 7 


6 


48 10 





48 12 


6 


48 15 





48 17 


6 


49 





49 2 


6 


49 5 


c 


49 7 


6 


49 10 






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ypkec 

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ypoce 

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ypogu 

ypohy 

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yppeh 

yppjj 

yppok 

yppul 

yppym 

yprah 

yprik 

yprol 

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6 


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49 17 


6 


50 





50 a 


6 


50 5 





50 7 


6 


50 10 





50 12 


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50 15 





50 17 


6 


51 


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6 


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5i 7 


6 


51 10 


r 


51 12 


6 


5i 15 


c 


5i 17 


6 


52 





52 2 


6 


52 5 





52 7 


6 


52 10 





52 12 


6 


52 15 





52 17 


6 


53 





53 3 


6 


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53 7 


6 


53 10 





53 12 


6 


53 15 


c 


53 17 


6 


54 





54 2 


6 


54 5 





54 7 


6 


54 10 





54 12 


6 


54 15 





54 17 


6 


55 





55 2 


6 


55 5 


c 


55 7 


6 


55 10 





55 12 


6 


55 15 





55 17 


G 


56 





56 2 


6 


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56 7 


6 


56 10 





56 12 


6 


56 15 


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56 17 


6 


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57 10 





57 12 


6 


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57 17 


6 


58 





58 2 


6 


58 5 





58 7 


6 


58 10 





58 12 


6 


58 15 


c 


58 17 


6 



yptel 


£59 





yrgyh 


£68 7 6 


yptim 


59 a 


6 


yrhac 


68 10 


ypton 


59 5 





yrhed 


68 12 6 


yptup 


59 7 


6 


yrhif 


68 15 


yptyr 


59 10 





yrhog 


68 17 6 


ypuja 


59 12 


6 


yrhuh 


69 


ypuke 


59 15 





yrhyj 


69 2 6 


ypuli 


59 17 


6 


yrin 


69 5 


ypumo 


60 





yriso 


69 7 6 


ypupy 

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60 2 


6 


yritu 


69 10 C 


60 5 





yrivy 


69 12 6 


ypvem 


60 7 


6 


yrixa 


69 15 


ypvin 


60 10 





yrize 


69 17 6 


ypvop 


60 12 


6 


yrjad 


70 


ypvur 


60 15 





yrjef 


70 a 6 


ypvys 


60 17 


6 


y*j«g 


70 5 


ypwam 


61 





yrjoh 


70 7 6 


ypwen 


61 a 


6 


ynuj 


70 10 


ypwip 


61 5 





yrjyk 


70 12 6 


ypwor 


61 7 


6 


yrkaf 


70 15 


ypwus 


61 10 





yrkeg 


70 17 6 


ypwyt 


61 12 


6 


yrkih 


71 


ypyra 


61 15 





yrkoj 


71 2 6 


ypyse 


61 17 


6 


yrkuk 


71 5 


ypyti 


62 





yrkyl 


71 7 6 


ypyvo 


62 a 


6 


yrlag 


71 10 


ypyxu 


62 5 





yrlij 


71 12 6 


ypyzy 


62 7 


6 


yrlul 


71 15 


ypzan 


62 10 





yrmah 


71 17 6 


ypzep 


62 12 


6 


yrmik 


72 


ypzir 


62 15 





yrmol 


72 2 6 


ypzos 


62 17 


6 


yrmum 


72 5 


ypzut 


63 





yrmyn 


72 7 6 


ypzyv 


63 2 


6 


yrnaj 


72 10 


yrabi 


63 5 





yrnek 


72 12 6 


yraco 


63 7 


6 


yrnil 


72 15 


yradu 


63 10 





yrnora 


72 17 6 


yrafy 


63 12 


6 


yrnun 


73 


yraga 


63 15 





yrnyp 


73 2 6 


yrahe 


63 17 


6 


yrobo 


73 5 


yrbat 


64 





yrocu 


73 7 6 


yrbev 


64 2 


6 


yrody 


73 10 ° 


yrbix 


64 5 





yrofa 


73 J 2 6 


yrboz 


64 7 


6 


yroge 


73 15 


yrbub 


64 10 





yrohi 


73 17 6 


yrbyc 


64 12 


6 


yrpak 


74 


yrcav 


64 15 





yrpel 


74 2 6 


yrcex 


64 17 


6 


yrpim 


74 5 


yrciz 


65 





yrpon 


74 7 6 


yrcob 


65 2 


6 


yrpup 


74 10 


yrcuc 


65 5 





yrpyr 


74 12 6 


yrcyd 


65 7 


6 


yrral 


74 15 


yrdax 


65 10 





yrrem 


74 17 & 


yrdez 


65 12 


6 


yrrin 


75 


yrdib 


65 15 





yrrop 


75 2 6 


yrdoc 


65 17 


6 


yrrur 


75 5 


yrdud 


66 





yrrys 


75 7 6 


yrdyf 


66 z 


6 


yrsam 


75 I0 ° 


yreji 


66 5 





yrsen 


75 12 6 


yreko 


66 7 


6 


yrsip 


75 15 


yrelu 


66 10 





yraor 


75 17 6 


yremy 


66 12 


6 


yrsus 


76 


yrena 


66 15 





yrsyt 


76 a 6 


yrepe 


66 17 


6 


yrtan 


76 5 


yrfaz 


67 





yrtep 


76 7 6 


yrfeb 


67 2 


6 


yrtir 


76 10 


yrfic 


67 5 





yrtos 


76 12 6 


yrfod 


67 7 


6 


yrtut 


76 15 


yrfuf 


67 10 





yrtyv 


76 17 6 


yrfyg 


67 12 


6 


yrujo 


77 


yrgab 


67 15 





yruly 


77 2 6 


yrgec 


67 17 


6 


yrvap 


77 5 


yrgid 


68 





yrver 


77 7 6 


yrgof 


68 2 


6 


yrvis 


77 10 


yrgug 


68 5 





yrvot 


77 12 6 



YryuY — Yxkyb 

STERLING— continued. 



237 



yrvuv 


£77 


15 


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yslyp 


£S 7 3 


6 


ytany 
ytbab 


£96 10 





yrvyx 


77 


17 


6 


ysmak 


87 5 





96 12 


6 


yrwar 


78 








ysmel 


87 7 


6 


ytbid 


96 15 





yrwes 


78 


2 


6 


ysmim 


87 10 





ytbug 


96 17 


6 


yrwit 


78 


5 





ysmon 


87 12 


6 


ytcac 


97 





yrwov 


78 


7 


6 


ysmup 


87 15 





ytced 


97 a 


6 


yrwux 


78 


10 





ysmyr 


87 17 


6 


ytcif 


97 5 





yrwyz 


78 


12 


6 


ysnal 


88 





ytcog 


97 7 


6 


yryro 


78 


15 





ysnem 


88 2 


6 


ytcuh 


97 10 





yrysu 


78 


17 


6 


ysnin 


88 5 





ytcyj 


97 12 


6 


yryty 


79 








ysnop 


88 7 


6 


ytdad 


97 15 





yryva 


79 


2 


6 


ysnur 


88 io 





ytdef 


97 17 


6 


yryxe 


79 


5 





ysnys 


88 12 


6 


ytdig 


98 


c 


yryzi 


79 


7 


6 


ysoja 


88 15 





ytdoh 


98 2 


G 


yrzas 


79 


10 





ysoke 


88 17 


6 


ytduj 


98 5 





yrzet 


79 


12 


6 


ysoli 


89 





ytdyk 


98 7 


6 


yrziv 


79 


IS 





ysomo 


89 2 


6 


ytere 


98 10 





yizox 


79 


17 


6 


ysonu 


89 5 





ytesi 


98 12 


G 


yrzuz 


80 


O 





ysopy 


89 7 


6 


ytevu 


98 15 





yrzyb 


80 


2 


6 


yrfpam 


89 10 





ytexy 


98 17 


6 


ysajy 


80 


5 





yspen 


89 12 


6 


ytfaf 


99 





ysaka 


80 


7 


6 


yspip 


89 15 





ytfeg 


99 2 


6 


ysale 


80 


10 





yspor 


89 17 


6 


ytfih 


99 5 





ysano 


80 


12 


6 


yspus 


90 





ytfoj 


99 7 


6 


ysapu 


80 


i5 





yspyt 


90 2 


6 


ytfuk 


99 10 





ysbez 


80 


17 


6 


ysran 


90 5 





ytfyl 


99 12 


i 


ysboc 


81 








ysrep 


90 7 


6 


ytgag 


99 15 





ysbyf 


81 


2 


6 


ysrir 


go 10 





ytgeh 


99 17 


6 


yscaz 


81 


5 





ysros 


go 12 


6 


ytg'j 


ICO 




ysceb 


81 


7 


6 


ysrut 


90 15 





ytgok 


IOX 




yscic 


81 


10 





ysryv 


90 17 


6 


ytgul 


102 




yscod 


81 


12 


6 


yssap 


91 





ythah 


103 




yscuf 


81 


15 





ysser 


91 2 


6 


ythik 


104 




ysdab 


81 


17 


6 


yssis 


9i 5 





ythol 


105 




ysdec 


82 








yssot 


91 7 


6 


ythyn 


106 




ysdid 


82 


2 


6 


yssuv 


91 10 





ytibe 


107 




ysdof 


82 


5 





yssyx 


91 12 


6 


ytici 


I08 




ysdyh 


82 


7 


6 


ystar 


91 *5 





ytifu 


log 




ysery 


82 


10 





ystes 


91 17 


6 


ytigy 


110 




ysesa. 


82 


12 


6 


ystit 


92 





ytjaj 


III 




ysete 


82 


15 





ystov 


92 2 


6 


ytjek 


112 




ysevi 


82 


17 


6 


ystux 


92 5 





ytjii 


"3 




ysexo 


83 








ystyz 


92 7 


6 


ytjun 


114 




ysezu 


83 


2 


6 


ysuse 


92 10 





ytjyp 


115 




ysfac 


83 


5 





ysuti 


92 12 


6 


ytkak 


116 




ysfed 


83 


7 


6 


ysuvo 


92 15 





ytkel 


117 




ysfif 


83 


10 





ysuxu 


92 17 


6 


ytkon 


118 




ysfuh 


83 


12 


6 


ysuzy 


93 





ytkup 


119 




ysfyj 


83 


i5 





ysvas 


93 2 


6 


ytkyr 


120 




yshaf 


8? 


17 


6 


ysvet 


93 5 





ytlal 


121 




yshih 


84 








ysviv 


93 7 


6 


ytlin 


122 




yshoj 


84 


2 


6 


ysvox 


93 10 





ytlop 


123 




yshuk 


84 


5 





ysvuz 


93 12 


6 


ytlur 


I24 




yshyl 


84 


7 


6 


ysvyb 


93 15 





ytlys 


125 




ysiby 


84 


10 





yswat 


93 17 


6 


ytmen 


126 




ysica 


84 


12 


6 


yswev 


94 





ytmip 


127 




yside 


84 


15 





yswix 


94 2 


6 


ytmor 


128 




ysifi 


84 


17 


6 


yswoz 


94 5 





ytmus 


I29 




ysigo 


8 J 








yswub 


94 7 


6 


ytmyt 


I30 




ysihu 


85 


2 


6 


yswyc 


94 10 





ytnan 


131 




ysjeh 


85 


5 





ysyba 


94 12 


6 


ytnep 


132 




ysjij 


85 


7 


6 


ysyce 


94 15 





ytnir 


133 




ysjok 


85 


10 





ysydi 


94 17 


6 


ytnos 


134 




ysjul 


85 


12 


6 


ysyfo 


95 





ytnut 


135 




ysjym 


85 


15 





ysygu 


95 2 


6 


ytnyv 


136 




yskab 


85 


17 


6 


ysyhy 


95 5 





ytoji 


137 




yskik 


86 








yszav 


95 7 


6 


ytolu 


138 




yskol 


86 


2 


6 


yszex 


95 10 





ytomy 


139 




yskum 


86 


5 





ysziz 


95 12 


6 


ytope 


I40 




yskyn 


86 


7 


6 


yszob 


95 15 





ytpap 


141 




yslaj 


86 


IO 





yszuc 


95 17 


6 


ytper 


142 




yslek 


86 


12 


6 


yszyd 


96 





ytpis 


M3 




yslil 


86 


15 





ytaje 


96 2 


6 


ytpot 


M4 




yslom 


86 


*7 


6 


ytaki 


96 5 





ytpuv 


145 




yslua 


87 


O 





ytaniu 


96 7 


6 


ytpy* 


146 





ytrar 


£i47 


yvgel 


£222 


ywid 


ytres 


148 


yvgim 


223 


yvvof 


ytrit 


149 


yvgup 


224 


yvvug 


ytrov 


150 


yvgyr 


225 


yvvyh 


ytrux 


151 


yvhal 


226 


yvwac 


ytryz 


152 


yvhem 


227 


yvwed 


ytsas 


153 


yvhop 


228 


yvwif 


ytset 


154 


yvhur 


229 


yvwog 


ytsiv 


155 


yvhys 


230 


yvwuh 


ytsox 


156 


yvijy 


231 


yvwyj 


ytsuz 


157 


yvika 


232 


yvyja 


ytsyb 


158 


yvile 


233 


yvyke 


yttat 


159 


yvimi 


234 


yvyli 


yttev 


160 


yvipu 


235 


yvynu 


yttix 


161 


yvjam 


236 


yvypy 


yttoz 


162 


yvjip 


237 


yvzad 


yttub 


163 


yvjor 


238 


yvzef 


yttyc 


164 


yvjus 


239 


yvzig 


ytutu 


165 


yvjyt 


240 


yvzoh 


ytuvy 


166 


yvkep 


241 


yvzuj 


ytuze 


167 


yvkir 


242 


yvzyk 


ytvav 


168 


yvkos 


243 


yxari 


ytvex 


169 


yvkut 


244 


yxatu 


ytviz 


170 


yvkyv 


245 


yxavy 


ytvob 


171 


yvlap 


246 


yxaze 


ytvuc 


172 


yvler 


247 


yxbaj 


ytvyd 


173 


yvlis 


248 


yxbek 


ytwax 


174 


yvlot 


249 


yxbil 


ytwez 


175 


yvluv 


250 


yxbom 


ytwib 


176 


yvlyx 


251 


yxbun 


ytwoc 


177 


yvmar 


252 


yxcak 


ytwud 


178 


yvmes 


253 


yxcel 


ytwyf 


179 


yvmit 


254 


yxcim 


ytybi 


180 


yvmov 


255 


yxcon 


ytydu 


181 


yvraux 


256 


yxcyr 


ytyfy 


182 


yvmyz 


257 


yxdal 


ytyhe 


183 


yvnas 


258 


yxdem 


ytzaz 


184 


yvnet 


259 


yxdin 


ytzeb 


185 


yvniv 


260 


yxdur 


ytzic 


186 


yvnox 


261 


yxdys 


ytzod 


187 


yvnuz 


262 


yxebi 


ytzuf 


188 


yvnyb 


263 


yxedu 


ytzyg 


189 


yvora 


264 


yxefy 


yvary 


190 


yvose 


265 


yxehe 


yvasa 


191 


yvoti 


266 


yxfam 


yvate 


192 


yvoxu 


267 


yxfen 


yvavi 


193 


yvozy 


268 


yxfor 


yvazu 


194 


yvpat 


269 


yxfus 


yvbaf 


195 


yvpev 


270 


yxfyt 


yvbeg 


196 


yvpix 


271 


yxgan 


yvbih 


197 


yvpoz 


272 


yxgir 


yvboj 


198 


yvpub 


273 


yxgos 


yvbuk 


199 


yvpyc 


274 


yxgut 


yvbyl 


200 


yvrav 


275 


yxgyv 


yvcag 


201 


yvrex 


276 


yxher 


yvceh 


202 


yvriz 


277 


yxhis 


yvcij 


203 


yvrob 


278 


yxhot 


yvcok 


204 


yvruc 


279 


yxhuv 


yvcul 


205 


yvryd 


280 


yxhyx 


yvcym 


206 


yvsax 


281 


yxiji 


yvdali 


207 


yvsib 


282 


yxilu 


yvdik 


208 


yvsud 


283 


yximy 


yvdol 


209 


yvtaz 


284 


yxipe 


yvdum 


2IO 


yvteb 


285 


yxjar 


yveby 


211 


yvtic 


286 


yxjes 


yveca 


212 


yvtod 


287 


yxjit 


yvede 


213 


yvtuf 


288 


yxjov 


yvefi 


214 


yvtyg 


289 


yxjux 


yvehu 


215 


yvuba 


290 


yxjyz 


yvfaj 


2l6 


yvuce 


291 


yxkas 


yvfek 


217 


yvudi 


292 


yxket 


yvfil 


2l8 


yvugu 


293 


yxkiv 


yvfom 


219 


yvuhy 


294 


yxkox 


yvfyp 


220 


yvvab 


295 


yxkux 


yvgak 


221 


ywec 


296 


yxkyb 



238 



Yxlat — Zehum 

STERLING— continued. 



£372 


yzdap 


£447 


yzula 


£522 


zaguv 


£597 


zapro 


£6 7 2 


zazwo 


^747 


373 


yzdis 


448 


yzume 


523 


zagyx 


598 


zapsu 


673 


zazyp 


748 


374 


yzdot 


449 


yzvek 


524 


zabar 


599 


zapty 


674 


zazzu 


749 


375 


yzduv 


45° 


yzvil 


525 


zahes 


600 


zapug 


675 


zeach 


75o 


37 6 


yzdyx 


45i 


yzvom 


526 


zahov 


601 


zapva 


676 


zeanf 


75i 


377 


yzely 


452 


yzvun 


527 


zahre 


602 


zapwe 


677 


zeard 


752 


378 


yzene 


453 


yzvyp 


528 


zahsi 


603 


zapyh 


678 


zeasp 


753 


379 


yzfes 


454 


yzwak 


529 


zahto 


604 


zapzi 


679 


zeaxt 


754 


380 


yzfit 


455 


yzvvel 


530 


zahux 


605 


zarbu 


680 


zebab 


755 


381 


yzfov 


456 


yzvvim 


531 


zahvu 


606 


zarda 


681 


zebec 


756 


382 


yzfux 


457 


yzwon 


532 


zahxy 


607 


zarfe 


682 


zebid 


757 


383 


yzfyz 


458 


yzwup 


533 


zahyz 


608 


zarho 


683 


zebof 


758 


384 


yzgas 


459 


yzyru 


534 


zahza 


609 


zarog 


684 


zebru 


759 


385 


yzget 


460 


yzysy 


535 


zaign 


610 


zaryj 


685 


zebsy 


760 


386 


yzgiv 


461 


yzyta 


536 


zaihs 


611 


zasad 


686 


zebta 


761 


387 


yzgox 


462 


yzyve 


537 


zailf 


612 


zasef 


687 


zebug 


762 


388 


yzguz 


4 6 3 


yzyxi 


538 


zaimd 


613 


zasig 


688 


zebve 


7 6 3 


389 


yzgyb 


464 


yzzem 


539 


zajas 


614 


zasla 


689 


zebwi 


764 


390 


yzhat 


465 


yzzin 


54° 


zajbi 


615 


zasme 


690 


zebyh 


7 6 5 


39 1 


yzhev 


466 


yzzop 


54i 


zajco 


616 


zasni 


691 


zebzo 


766 


39 2 


yzhix 


467 


yzzys 


542 


zajet 


617 


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692 


zecac 


767 


393 


yzhoz 


468 


zaabs 


543 


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618 


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6 93 


zeccy 


768 


394 


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469 


zaack 


544 


zajga 


619 


zasuj 


694 


zeced 


769 


395 


yzhyc 


470 


zaagd 


545 


zajhe 


620 


zasyk 


695 


zecgi 


770 


39 6 


yzisu 


47i 


zaarh 


546 


zajox 


621 


zataf 


696 


zecif 


771 


397 


yzity 


472 


zaatl 


547 


zajuz 


622 


zateg 


697 


zecuh 


772 


398 


yziva 


473 


zabak 


548 


zajyb 


623 


zatih 


698 


zedad 


773 


399 


yzixe 


474 


zabon 


549 


zakat 


624 


zatoj 


699 


zedef 


774 


400 


yzizi 


475 


zabup 


550 


zakev 


625 


zatru 


700 


zedig 


775 


401 


yzjav 


476 


zabyr 


55 1 


zakix 


626 


zatsy 


701 


zedla 


776 


402 


yzjex 


477 


zacal 


552 


zakji 


627 


zatta 


702 


zedme 


777 


4°3 


yzjiz 


478 


zacem 


553 


zakko 


628 


zatuk 


7o3 


zedni 


778 


404 


yzjob 


479 


zacja 


554 


zaklu 


629 


zatve 


704 


zedoh 


779 


4°5 


yzjuc 


480 


zacke 


555 


zakmy 


630 


zatwi 


705 


zedpo 


780 


406 


yzjyd 


481 


zacli 


556 


zakna 


631 


zatyl 


706 


zeduj 


781 


407 


yzlaz 


482 


zacmo 


557 


zakoz 


632 


zatzo 


707 


zedyk 


782 


408 


yzleb 


483 


zacnu 


558 


zakpe 


633 


zauhr 


708 


zeebs 


783 


409 


yzlic 


484 


zacop 


559 


zakub 


634 


zaunz 


709 


zeeck 


784 


410 


yzlod 


485 


zacpy 


560 


zakyc 


635 


zauts 


710 


zeegd 


785 


411 


yzluf 


486 


zacur 


56i 


zalav 


636 


zavag 


711 


zeerh 


786 


412 


yziyg 


487 


zacys 


562 


zalex 


637 


zavby 


712 


zeetl 


787 


4*3 


yzmab 


488 


zadam 


5 6 3 


zaliz 


638 


zavca 


713 


zefaf 


788 


414 


yzmec 


489 


zaden 


564 


zalri 


639 


zaveh 


714 


zefeg 


789 


4*5 


yzmid 


490 


zador 


565 


zaltu 


640 


zavfi 


715 


zefih 


790 


416 


yzmof 


491 


zadra 


566 


zalvy 


641 


zavgo 


716 


zefoj 


791 


417 


yzmug 


492 


zadse 


567 


zalxa 


642 


zavhu 


717 


zefry 


792 


418 


yzmyh 


493 


zadti 


568 


zalze 


643 


zavij 


718 


zefsa 


793 


419 


yznif 


494 


zadus 


569 


zamax 


644 


zavok 


719 


zefte 


794 


420 


yznuh 


495 


zadvo 


57o 


zambo 


645 


zavym 


720 


zefuk 


795 


421 


yzobu 


496 


zadwu 


57i 


zamcu 


646 


zawej 


721 


zefvi 


796 


422 


yzocy 


497 


zadyt 


572 


zamdy 


647 


zawik 


722 


zefwo 


797 


423 


yzoda 


498 


zadzy 


573 


zamez 


648 


zaxah 


723 


zefyl 


798 


424 


yzofe 


499 


zaedt 


574 


zamfa 


649 


zaxjy 


724 


zefzu 


799 


425 


yzogi 


500 


zaelb 


575 


zamge 


650 


zaxka 


725 


zegag 


800 


426 


yzpef 


5oi 


zaenx 


576 


zamhi 


65i 


zaxle 


726 


zegby 


801 


427 


y^pig 


502 


zaeps 


577 


zamib 


652 


zaxmi 


727 


zegca 


802 


428 


yzpoh 


503 


zaerm 


578 


zamoc 


653 


zaxno 


728 


zegde 


803 


429 


yzpuj 


504 


zafan 


579 


zamud 


654 


zaxol 


729 


zegeh 


804 


430 


yzpyk 


505 


zafbe 


580 


zamyf 


655 


zaxpu 


730 


zesfi 


805 


43i 


yzreg 


506 


zafci 


58i 


zanaz 


656 


zaxum 


73i 


zeggo 


806 


432 


yzrih 


507 


zafep 


582 


zaneb 


657 


zaxyn 


73* 


zegbu 


807 


433 


yzroj 


508 


zaffu 


583 


zanic 


658 


zaych 


733 


zegij 


808 


434 


yzruk 


509 


zafgy 


584 


zanjo 


659 


zayls 


734 


zegok 


809 


435 


yzry] 


510 


zaiha 


585 


zanku 


660 


zaynf 


735 


zegul 


810 


436 


yzseh 


5" 


zafos 


586 


zanly 


661 


zayrd 


736 


zegym 


811 


437 


yzsij 


512 


zafut 


587 


zanma 


662 


zaysp 


737 


zehah 


812 


438 


yzsok 


5i3 


zafyv 


588 


zanne 


663 


zayxt 


738 


zehik 


813 


439 


yzsul 


5i4 


zager 


589 


zanod 


664 


zazaj 


739 


zehjy 


814 


440 


yzsym 


5i5 


zagje 


590 


zanpi 


665 


zazek 


740 


zchka 


815 


441 


yztik 


5i6 


zagki 


59i 


zanuf 


666 


zazom 


741 


zehle 


816 


442 


yztol 


517 


zaglo 


592 


zanyg 


667 


zazry 


742 


zuhmi 


817 


443 


yztum 


5i8 


zagmu 


593 


zapab 


668 


zazsa 


743 


zehno 


818 


444 


yztyn 


519 


2agny 


594 


zapec 


669 


zazte 


744 


zehol 


819 


445 


yzuju 


520 


zagot 


595 


zapid 


670 


zazun 


745 


zehpu 


820 


446 


yzuky 


521 


zagpa 


596 


zapof 


671 


zazvi 


746 


zebum 


821 



£822 


zepyx 


£897 


zibbi 


823 


zerar 


898 


zibco 


824 


zeres 


899 


zibdu 


825 


zerit 


900 


zibeg 


8 2 6 


zerov 


901 


zibfy 


827 


zerri 


902 


zibga 


828 


zerso 


903 


zibhe 


829 


zertu 


904 


zibih 


8 3 o 


zerux 


905 


ziboj 


831 


zorvy 


906 


zibuk 


83a 


zerxa 


907 


zibyl 


833 


zeryz 


908 


zicag 


834 


zerze 


909 


ziceh 


835 


zesas 


910 


zicij 


836 


zesbi 


911 


zicok 


837 


zesdu 


912 


zicpe 


838 


zeset 


913 


zicul 


839 


zesfy 


914 


zicym 


840 


zesga 


915 


zidah 


841 


zeshe 


916 


zidik 


842 


zesiv 


917 


zidol 


843 


zesox 


918 


zidri 


844 


zesyb 


919 


zidso 


845 


zetat 


920 


zidtu 


846 


zetev 


921 


zidum 


847 


zetix 


922 


zidvy 


848 


zetji 


923 


zidwa 


849 


zetlu 


924 


zidyn 


850 


zetmy 


925 


zidze 


851 


zetna 


926 


ziels 


852 


zetpe 


927 


zienf 


853 


zetyc 


928 


zierd 


854 


zeucs 


929 


ziesp 


855 


zeuft 


930 


ziext 


856 


zeumn 


931 


zifaj 


857 


zeurv 


932 


zifbo 


858 


zeusk 


933 


zifcu 


859 


zevex 


934 


zifdy 


860 


zevro 


935 


zifek 


861 


zevsu 


936 


ziffa 


862 


zevty 


937 


zifge 


863 


zcvva 


938 


zifbi 


864 


zevwe 


939 


zifil 


865 


zevyd 


940 


zifora 


866 


zexax 


941 


zifun 


867 


zexbo 


942 


zifyp 


868 


zexcu 


943 


zigak 


869 


zoxdy 


944 


zigel 


870 


zexcz 


945 


zigim 


871 


zexfa 


946 


zigjo 


87a 


zexge 


947 


zigku 


873 


zexhi 


948 


agly 


874 


zexib 


949 


zigma 


875 


zexoc 


95° 


zigne 


876 


zexud 


951 


zigon 


877 


zexyf 


952 


zigpi 


878 


zeyhr 


953 


zigup 
zinal 


879 


zeynz 


954 


880 


zeyts 


955 


zihem 


881 


zezaz 


956 


zihin 


882 


zezeb 


957 


zihop 


883 


zezic 


958 


zihro 


884 


zezjo 


959 


zihsu 


885 


zezku 


960 


zihty 


886 


zezly 


961 


zihur 


887 


zezma 


962 


zihva 


888 


zezne 


963 


zihxe 


889 


zezod 


964 


zihys 


890 


zezpi 


965 


zihzi 


891 


zezuf 


9' 


zijam 


892 


zezyg 


967 


zijbu 


893 


ziahr 


968 


zijcy 


894 


zianz 


969 


zijda 


895 


ziats 


970 


zijen 


896 


zibaf 


971 


zijfe 



Zehyn — Zixed 

STERLING -cm 

£972 
973 
974 
975 
976 

977 
978 

979 
980 
981 
0S2 
983 
984 
985 
986 
987 
988 
9S9 
990 
991 
992 
993 
994 
995 
996 

997 

998 

999 
1,000 
1,250 
1,500 
1.750 

2,000 
2,250 
2,500 
2,750 

3,000 
3,250 
3.5°o 
3,750 

4,000 

4,250 

4,5°° 

4,75c 

5.00c 

6,000 

7,000 

8,000 

9,060 

10,000 

11,000 

1 2,000 

13,000 

14,000 

15,000 

16,000 

17,000 

18,000 

19,000 

20,000 

21,000 

22,000 

23,000 

24,000 

25,000 

26,000 

27,000 

28,000 

29,000 

30,000 

31,000 

32,000 

33,ooo 

34»ooo 

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239 



zijgi 


£36,000 


zisib 


£lIX,OOCi 


zijho 


37,ooo 


zisja 


112,000 


zijip 


38,000 


ziske 


113,000 


zijus 


39,000 


zisli 


114,000 


zijyt 


40,000 


zismo 


115,000 


zikan 


41,000 


zisnu 


116,000 


zikep 


42,000 


zisoc 


117,000 


zikir 


43,000 


zispy 


118,000 


zikju 


. 44,000 . 


zisud 


119,000 


zikky 


45,ooo 


zisyf 


120,000 


zikla 


46,000 


zitaz 


121,000 


zikme 


47,000 


ziteb 


122,000 


zikni 


48,000 


zitic 


123,000 


zikos 


49,000 


zitod 


124,000 


zikpo 


50,000 


zitra 


125,000 


zikut 


51,000 


zitse 


130,000 


zikyv 


52,000 


zitti 


135,000 


zilap 


53>ooo 


zituf 


140,000 


ziler 


54,ooo 


zitvo 


145,000 


zilis 


55,ooo 


zitwu 


150,000 


zilot 


56,000 


zityg 


175,000 


zilru 


57,000 


zitzy 


200,000 


zilta 


58,000 


ziugn 


225,000 


ziluv 


59,000 


ziuhs 


250,000 


zilve 


60,000 


ziulf 


275,000 


zilxi 


61,000 


ziumd 


300,000 


zilyx 


62,000 


zivab 


350,000 


zilzo 


63,000 


zivbe 


400,000 


zimar 


64,000 


zivci 


450,000 


zimby 


65,000 


zivrio 


500,000 


zimca 


66,000 


zivjc 


600,000 


zimde 


67,0 


zivfu 


700,000 


zimes 


68,000 


zivgy 


750,000 


?irnfi 


69,000 


zivha 


800,000 


zimgo 


70,000 


zivid 


900,000 


zimbu 


71,000 


zivof 


1,000,000 


zimit 


72,000 


zivug 


2,000,000 


zimov 


73,000 


zivyh 


3,000,000 


zimux 


74,000 


zixac 


4,000,000 


zimyz 


75,000 


zixed 


5,000,000 


zinet 


76,000 






ziniv 


77,000 






zinjy 


78,000 






zinox 


79,000 






zinuz 


80,000 






zinyb 


81,000 






ziodt 


82,000 






ziolb 


83,000 






ziops 


84,000 






ziorm 


85,000 






zipat 


86,000 






zipix 


87,000 






zipoz 


88,000 






zipry 


89,000 






zipsa 


90,000 






zipte 


91,000 






zipub 


92,000 






zipvi 


93,000 






zip wo 


94,000 






zipyc 


95,000 






zipzu 


96,000 






zirav 


97,000 






zirba 


98,000 






zirce 


99,000 






zirdi 


100,000 






zirex 


101,000 






zirfo 


102,000 






zirgu 


103,000 






zirhy 


104,000 






ziriz 


105,000 






zirob 


106,000 






ziruc 


107,000 






ziryd 


108,000 






zisax 


109,000 






zisez 


110,000 







240 



Zixif-Zukti 

ABABY — This cipher is for use only when it is desired to complete a code word of 10 letters. It has no meaning. 8ee Prefect 

DATES, DELIVERIES. SHIPMENTS, Ac 





Jan. 


Feb. 


March. 


April. 


May. 


June. 


_ 


1 
zixif 


zoboz 


zohhy 


zonxa 


zovky 


zudda 


1st of 


xixje 


zobpu 


xohif 


xonyp 


zovla 


zudex 


2nd „ 


zixki 


zobub 


zohog 


zonze 


zovme 


zudfe 


3rd ., 


zixlo 


zobyc 


xohuh 


xoobs 


zovni 


zicdgi 


4th „ 


zixmu 


zocav 


zohyj 


zoock 


zovot 


zudiz 


5th „ 


zixny 


zocex 


zoich 


xoogd 


zovpo 


xudob 


6th „ 


zixog 


zoc.xz 


zoils 


zoorh 


zovuv 


zuduc 


7th „ 


xixpa 


zocob 


zoinf 


xootl 


zovyx 


zudyd 


8th „ 


zixuh 


zocry 


zoird 


zopak 


zowsy 


zufax 


9th „ 


xixyj 


zocsa 


xojad 


zopbi 


xoxar 


zufez 


ioth „ 


zizad 


zocte 


zojef 


zopco 


zoxes 


zutlb 


nth „ 


zizef 


zocuc 


zojki 


zopdu 


xoxit 


zufjy 


12th „ 


zizig 


zocvi 


zcjlo 


zopel 


zoxov 


zufka 


13th » 


zizoh 


zocwo 


zojmu 


zopfy 


zoxru 


zitflc 


14th „ 


zizre 


zocyd 


zojny 


zopga 


zoxta 


zufmi 


15th „ 


zizsi 


zoczu 


zojoh 


xoj he 


zoxux 


zufoc 


16th „ 


zizto 


zodax 


zojpa 


zopim 


zoxve 


zufpu 


17th „ 


zizuj 


zodby 


zojuj 


zopon 


zoxwi 


xufud 


18th „ 


zizvu 


zodca 


zojyk 


zopup 


zoxyz 


zufyf 


19th „ 


xixwy 


zodez 


xokaf 


zopyr 


zoxzo 


xugaz 


20th „ 


zizyk 


zodgo 


zokeg 


zoral 


zoygn 


zugeb 


21st ,, 


zizza 


zodhu 


zokih 


zorem 


zoyhs 


xugic 


22nd ,, 


znaag 


zodib 


zokoj 


zorin 


zoylf 


zugod 


33rd „ 


znaeh 


zodoc 


xokre 


xorjo 


xoymd 


xugry 


24th „ 


znaib 


zodud 


zoksi 


zorku 


zozas 


zugsa 


25th „ 


znaoc 


zodyf 


zokto 


xorly 


zozbu 


xugie 


26th ,, 


znaud 


zoehr 


zokuk 


zorma 


zozcy 


zuguf 


27th ,, 


xnayf 


zoeht 


xokvu 


zorne 


zozda 


xugvi 


28th „ 


znean 


zoenz 


zokwy 


zorop 


zozet 


zugyg 


29th „ 


zneep 


zoeis 


zokyl 


zorpi 


zozfe 


xugxu 


3cth „ 


zneok 


— 


zokza 


zorur 


zozgi 


zuhab 


. 3ist „ 


xneul 


— 


zolag 


— 


xozho 


— 


Beginning of 


zneym 


zofaz 


zolbe 


zorys 


zoziv 


zuhby 


End of 


xniax 


zo/eb 


xolci 


xosam 


xoxox 


xuhca 


Middle of 


zniez 


zone 


zoleb 


zosen 


zozuz 


zuhdc 


First half of 


znios 


zofja 


zol/tt 


xosip 


zozyb 


xuhec 


Second „ „ 


znoah 


zofke 


zolgy 


zosro 


zuagn 


zuhfi 


Last 


znoeb 


sofli 


xolha 


zosus 


xuahs 


xuhhu 


Nexc 


znoic 


zofmo 


zolij 


zosva 


zuamd 


mbid 


This 


znood 


zofnu 


zolok 


zoswe 


zubas 


xuhof 


After the month of 


znouf 


zofod 


zolul 


zosyt 


zubet 


zuhug 


Before „ „ „ 


znoyg 


zofpy 


zolym 


zoszi 


zubiv 


zuhyh 


B y » ., „ 


znuap 


zofuf 


zomah 


zotan 


zubju 


zuihr 


For » n » 


znuik 


*°/yg 


zomik 


zotbo 


zubky 


xuikt 


From „ „ „ 


znuol 


zogab 


zomji 


zotcu 


zubla 


zuits 


Since the month of 


znuum 


zogec 


zomko 


zolep 


zubme 


zujac 


,, . , , . During „ „ 


znyaz 


zogid 


zomlu 


zotfa 


zubni 


zujed 


Dtanng month of (— ) and following month 


xnyef 


zogof 


zommy 


zotge 


zubox 


znjif 


During month of ( — ) and two following months 


znyot 


zogra 


zomna 


zothi 


zubuz 


zujke 


» »» .» (— ) 11 three „ „ 


zoacs 


zogse 


zomol 


xotir 


zubyb 


xujli 


Delivery in 


zoaft 


zogti 


zompe 


zotos 


zucat 


zujnu 


Delivery in ( — ) and following month 


zoamn 


zogvo 


zomum 


zotut 


zucev 


zujog 


Delivery in (— ) and two „ months 


zoarv 


zogwu 


zomyn 


zotyv 


zucix 


zujpy 


•» »» ( — ) » three „ „ 


zoask 


zogyh 


zonaj 


xoudt 


zucoz 


ziijuh 


Deliveries since month of 


zobat 


zcgzy 


zonek 


zoulb 


zucru 


zujyj 


Shipment in 


zobev 


zohae 


xonil 


zounx 


zucsy 


zukad 


Shipment in ( — ) and following month 


zobix 


zohba 


zonom 


zoups 


zucub 


zukef 


Shipment in ( — ) and two „ months 


zobjy 


xohce 


xonri 


zourm 


zucwi 


zitltig 


11 ». ( — ) 11 three „ „ 


zobka 


zohdi 


zonso 


zovap 


zucyc 


zukoh 


Shipments since month of 


zoble 


zohed 


zonlu 


zover 


zudav 


zukra 


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zohfo 
xohgu 


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zuksa 


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August. 


Sept. 


Oct. 


Nov. 


Dec 




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zusin 


zuzyz 


zydmu 


zykge 


zyryt 





xukuu 


xusop 


xwaan 


xydny 


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xweax 


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zykok 


xysby 


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zykul 


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zusvy 


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zylah 


zysep 


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xuswa 


zweut 


zyehs 


zylik 


zysfi 


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zusys 


zweyv 


zyelf 


zyljo 


zysgo 


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xusxe 


xwiag 


xyemd 


zylku 


zyshu 


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zutarn 


zwieh 


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zylly 


zysir 


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xwioc 


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zylina 


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zutdu 


zwoap 


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zylne 


zysut 


12th „ 


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zuten 


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xyfof 


zylol 


zysyv 


13th „ 


zulyl 


zutfy 


zvvool 


zyfri 


zylpi 


zytap 


14th „ 


zumag 


zutga 


zwowh 


z'yfso 


xylum 


zyier 


15th „ 


zumeh 


zuthe 


zwoyn 


zyftu 


zylyn 


zytis 


16th ,. 


zumij 


zutip 


xwuaz 


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xymaj 


zytjy 


17th „ 


zumki 


zutor 


zwuer 


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zymek 


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18th „ 


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End of 


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zypja 


zyxiv 


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zycdo 


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„ „ „ ( — ) and following month 


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zuylb 


zycez 


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zyptir 


zyzat 


Delivery in 


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zuyrm 


zycha 


zyjty 


zypys 


zyztv 


„ „ ( — ) and following month 


zurim 


zuzar 


zycib 


zyjuk 


zyram 


zyzix 


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zycoc 


zyjva 


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zyjyl 


zyrip 


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Deliveries since month of 


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ztizes 


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zyjzi 


zyror 


xyzli 


Shipment in 


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zuzfa 


zydaz 


zykag 


zyny 


zyzmo 


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zuzge 


zydeb 


xykbo 


zyrsa 


zyznu 


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zuzhi 


zydic 


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zyrte 


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zuxii 


xydje 


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zyrus 


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Shipments since month of 


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zuzov 


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zykeh 


zyrvi 


zyzub 


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xuzux 


zydlo 


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